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Friday, May 21, 2021

Sarah Moule: Stormy Emotions. Album launch, June 30 at Pizza Express Jazz Club, Soho

(Press release) 

‘A near perfect vocal-jazz album’ ★★★★✰ John Eyles, AllAboutJazz 

‘I reviewed this back in February and it has been on my car stereo ever since and it has been a long  time since any CD has lasted that long – that’s how good it is! Words, music and voice are just so  compelling…This is an equilateral triangle that is perfectly balanced – words, music, voice.’ Lance  Liddle, Bebop Spoken Here  

‘Moule captures every nuance of the late great lyricist’s words…touchingly…candidly and  always unerringly…beautifully set by Simon Wallace’ ★★★★ Dave Gelly, The Observer  

‘A terrific central performance by Moule, who sings throughout with complete conviction and  technical command, not to mention freshness and insight’ ★★★★ Peter Quinn, Jazzwise  

‘A quietly authoritative jazz singer with no time for fake sentiment. Moule is the perfect  storyteller’ Clive Davis, The Sunday Times 

Wednesday 30th June, 8pm (doors 6.30pm), £15 

Pizza Express Jazz Club 

10 Dean Street 

Soho, London W1D 3RW 

Booking: 020 7439 4962, online: https://bit.ly/MouleDeanSt  

Sarah Moule’s new album Stormy Emotions, a collection of 12 songs by legendary American jazz  lyricist Fran Landesman and British composer and pianist Simon Wallace, was released in March 2021 to much critical acclaim. On Wednesday 30th June the album receives it’s first performance  with a band before a live audience at Pizza Express Jazz Club, Soho. The band features ‘Level’ Neville Malcolm (double bass), Paul Robinson (drums) and special guest Nigel Price (guitar) – all of  whom played on the album.  

The download release of the album on 3rd May was accompanied by the start of a Video Series,  featuring 12 original videos, one for each track on the album, with a new video posted weekly on a  Monday until 19th July. The videos include live performance, film montage, animated photography  and video collage and can be seen here: http://bit.ly/StormyVideos 


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