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Vocalist Sachal Vasandani, aka Sachal, delivers his first album of all-original material with 2015's Slow Motion Miracles. Already known as a distinctive, cool-toned interpreter of jazz standards, here Sachal finally takes his long-gestating pop creativity to its fruition with a set of jazz- and electronica-infused compositions that are all his own. Backed by a superb ensemble featuring trumpeter/multi-instrumentalist Michael Leonhart, guitarist Ryan Scott, bassists Buster Hemphill and David Wong, keyboardists Taylor Eigsti and Gerald Clayton, and drummers Nate Smith and Mark Guiliana, Sachal delves deep into these often atmospheric, singer/songwriter-influenced tracks. Included on Slow Motion Miracles is the single "No More Tears."

Customer Reviews

such a gem everything about this album is smart & gorgeous. can't get enough ...

Great voice, great tunes, great production

Such an enjoyable, understated record. Sachal's voice really shines in these beautiful tunes.

Slow Motion Miracles

I was amazed that I liked and enjoyed every track in this album.


Born: Chicago, IL

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriter Sachal Vasandani, aka. Sachal, is a distinctive vocalist with a pleasant, flexible, and understated style. Influenced by the subtleties of Shirley Horn, Sachal's early albums showcased his love of jazz standards, and occasionally found him employing scat phrasing, and vocalese. Never easily classified, Sachal eventually dropped his last name, and moved toward a more atmospheric, if still jazz influenced, modern pop style. A native of Chicago, Vasandani grew up listening to his...
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