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Excellent musicianship and fun lyrics

This group of New York Jazz musicians have created a unique sound that integrates classical training with Jazz rhythms and balances the excellent quality of the musical talent with lighthearted and quirky lyrics. The classical string section (cello and violin) accompanies wind instruments and horns and is rooted with an upright bass that alternates between classical and jazz rhythms. Adding texture and depth to the ensemble are hand drums and percussion, rhythm guitar and accordion. The lyrics (What Happens After You Die) are reminiscent of the Barenaked Ladies. The balance of quirky-fun lyrics and serious musical talent results in music that is both technically excellent and endearing for its idiosyncrasies.

Wonderful, unique style

This is a fantastic album filled with beautifully composed pieces, catchy melodies, and humor. Stand outs are "Should I Wake Up Happy?", and "What Happens After You Die?", and "Black Hole Sun", which is an ingenious remake of the Soundgarden classic in a vaudeville-esque style. And best thing about it- the lead vocalist, Seth Fruiterman, sings it through a blow-horn. It totally works.

Biography

Formed: September 26, 1954 in Forli, Italy

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Italian pop star Alice (also known as Alice Visconti) was born Carla Bissi in Forli, Italy in 1954. She began her career as a piano-playing singer/songwriter in 1971, gaining more recognition in 1981 when she won the Sanremo Music Festival. A series of albums, singles, and tours unfolded over the next several decades and saw Alice branch out in unexpected stylistic directions, moving through phases of classical, jazz, ambient, and electronic experimentation. Perpetually embracing new forms of sound,...
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