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A Retrospective

Pink Martini

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Album Review

The first official compilation from Oregon's eclectic "13-member orchestra" Pink Martini showcases their unique blend of classical, jazz, Latin, lounge, and pop music on 21 tracks plucked from their six studio albums, from 1997 debut Sympathique ("Amado Mia") right up to 2011's 1969 ("Mas Que Nada"). It includes their collaborations with U.S. pianist Michael Feinstein ("How Long Will It Last?"), film director Gus Van Sant ("Moon River"), and legendary French chanteur Georges Moustaki ("Ma Solitude") alongside remixes from Johnny Dynell ("Una Notte a Napoli") and Hiroshi Wada ("Kikuchiyo To Mohshimasu"). ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Painful

The WORST accent ever!!! If you are going to sing in another language, you should probably know how to pronounce the words FIRST!!! HORRIBLE!!! Nice music though... too bad she's sining throughout. YUCK.

Wow

An absolute delight of an album!

Awesome

Amazing vocals……Great stuff.

Biography

Formed: 1994 in Portland, OR

Genre: Pop

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

The eclectic, acoustic-oriented sounds of Pink Martini have never been easy to categorize, but that hasn't prevented the Portland, Oregon-based band from acquiring a loyal, enthusiastic cult following. Some reviewers have considered Pink Martini to be a product of the neo-swing trend of the 1990s and have compared them to bands like the Squirrel Nut Zippers, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, and the Cherry Poppin' Daddies; however, Pink Martini have a much broader range of influences. And while most of the neo-swing...
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