12 Songs, 46 Minutes

TITLE TIME
3:59
3:46
4:04
4:09
3:44
4:02
3:01
4:14
3:47
3:49
4:06
3:32

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4.7 out of 5

12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Love for L'amour

Kade6767

Even if you've never been a fan of jazz, this album will change all of that. Especially the cover of the Johnny Cash classic, "Walk the Line." Brigitte Zarie captures an emotion I don't think even Mr. Cash put forth while singing. Her voice is as soothing and euphoric and a beautiful summer day. You will surely become a fan. A must for your holiday shopping.

Brand New Brigitte Zarie!

Duke of 1987

I pre-ordered Brigitte Zarie's new album, L'Amour, with great anticipation as I have enjoyed her previous album, "Make Room For Me" for quite some time. And, after the first full listen, I was NOT disappointed in any fashion. This is great jazz music with phenomenal vocals by Brigitte. Great production, great writing, and great arrangements. Having played jazz in college, this album immediately brought back memories of playing this genre of music. I love it - highlights so far for me - the title track in French! I spent this past April in Paris prior to mastering my own album in London and of course, I was brought back to the scene quickly through the sound and beauty of this song. I plan on listening to the whole album again today and in the future. Well done...great imagery and beauty so far on this new record. Buy it! Brigitte has delivered!

L'amour - Whoa! Wow! Outstanding! And elegant!

PDeV

To paraphrase Peter Bonventre of Newsweek magazine on his leaving the Boston Garden and a Hagler fight in November 1978, "Marvelous Marvin is a beautiful fighter!" - well, "Brigitte Zarie is a beautiful singer!" Oh, that bass! And Randy Brecker featured on 2 tunes. Oh, that horn! First class production. Big orchestra sound. Nice instrumentation. Now, Brigitte, it's Good to Be Home listening to this on Quiet Nights with Nobody Else - 12 tunes impeccably swinging - crisp and beat. My favorite female vocalist Anita O'Day. Brigitte is a new favorite - not the edge of a Miss O'Day, but as full voiced, vibrant and lyrical. And sincere. I see myself at Charlie's Gone By listening to both. Whoa! Wow! Outstanding! And elegant! Brigitte is an extraordinary songwriter too - except for Walk the Line and Quiet Nights (Corcovado), she wrote all of the songs on L'amour - music by Brigitte Zarie and Neil Jason; lyrics by Brigitte Zarie. I'm hearing standards all over the place! To paraphrase Bonventre again, "Brigitte is a beautiful songwriter." L'amour highly highly recommended. It is a story. And it is jazz. -Peter DeVeber

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