Dazie Mae - Froth on a Daydream (2015) [Vocal Jazz, Blues, Cabaret]; FLAC (tracks)

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Dazie Mae - Froth on a Daydream (2015) [Vocal Jazz, Blues, Cabaret]; FLAC (tracks)

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Artist: Dazie Mae
Album: Froth on a Daydream
Genre: Vocal Jazz, Blues, Cabaret
Label: Can't Be Serious Records
Released: 2015
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Tracklist:
  1. Avant-propos en fa majeur
  2. Froth On A Daydream
  3. King Nicolas
  4. Musk Antler-Bangers
  5. The Froth On A Drinking Day
  6. Swinging Life And More
  7. Do The Squint
  8. You Know John Pulse Heartre
  9. Just Like That
  10. March In June
  11. Interlude
  12. A Single Flower In Her Chest
  13. Work Is Not For Me
  14. Changing Shapes All Around Us
  15. The House Is Shriking
  16. Into The Darkest Night
  17. Fall Asleep Forever
  18. The Zero Hour
  19. Waltz For Chloe
  20. The End: A Mouse's Lament

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    Personnel:
  • Miss Jane - vocals
  • "Hairy Mat" Daval - piano, keyboards
  • Tom La Meche - guitars, banjo & trumpet
  • Serge Dejazz - bass, backing vocals

    with:
  • Olivier Boeuf - drums (1-20)
  • Emile Lebesle - clarinet (1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 13)
  • Christophe Gauthier - sax, flute (1, 2, 3, 5, 12)
  • Olivier Leclerc - violin (7, 10)

Dazie Mae is a French band created in Paris in the early 00’s. In 2009, their first album “Velvet Dress & Stockings” is released under the independent label Can't Be Serious Records. The single “Sofa” is used by luxury brand Dior for in-door advertising, by American stylist Andrew Christian, as well as by Swedish movie director Erika Lust for her movie "Cabaret Desire". In 2012 and 2013, the song “Sad, Depressed & Lonely” from the album “Songs Matured in Oak” is one of French national radio FIP's selections.

"Froth on a Daydream" is Dazie Mae's 4th album. It is inspired by Boris Vian’s cult novel "L’Ecume des jours" (1947). The novel tells the love story of Colin and Chloe, whose tragic ending is due to the girl’s mysterious illness: a water lily in her lungs... Celebrated over the past 60 years as one of the most beloved piece of French literature, "L’Ecume des jours" is a surrealistic tale that inspired Dazie Mae in crafting 20 songs & instrumental pieces blending together blues, jazz & cabaret (and even a drop of bossa-nova and country music!).

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