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Stacey Kent: Close Your Eyes (CD: Candid)Stacey Kent: Close Your Eyes (CD: Candid)
STACEY KENT’S debut album "Close Your Eyes", was immediately nominated "CD of the Month" by Jazzwise Magazine, received rave reviews and extensive airplay, becoming one of Britain’s biggest selling jazz records in 1997. The album also appeared on various critics’ "top ten" lists for 1997, including critics from the US publication Jazziz and Britain’s own Jazz Journal. Following the tremendous success of Close Your Eyes, Stacey has gained a top place among Britain’s most popular performers. (Proper Music) 


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Stacey Kent: Let Yourself Go (CD: Candid)
 


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Stacey Kent: Let Yourself Go (CD: Candid)


Stacey Kent: Dreamsville (CD: Candid)Stacey Kent: Dreamsville (CD: Candid)
 


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Stacey Kent: Love Is...The Tender Trap (CD: Candid)
 


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Stacey Kent: Love Is...The Tender Trap (CD: Candid)


Stacey Kent: In Love Again (CD: Candid)Stacey Kent: In Love Again (CD: Candid)
 


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Stacey Kent: The Boy Next Door (CD: Candid)
Now reissued in a special digipak edition, benefitting from 24 bit remastering and two bonus tracks. 


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Stacey Kent: The Boy Next Door (CD: Candid)


Stacey Kent: Breakfast On The Morning Tram (CD: Blue Note)Stacey Kent: Breakfast On The Morning Tram (CD: Blue Note)
Vocalist Stacey Kent delivers a charming mix of standards, pop covers, French chansons, and original songs on her Blue Note debut, Breakfast on the Morning Tram. The album, set for October 2 release in the US, was produced by Kent’s husband, tenor saxophonist Jim Tomlinson, whose latest album, The Lyric, featured Kent’s vocals and won Best Album at the 2006 BBC Jazz Awards.

Breakfast on the Morning Tram marks Kent’s return to the studio after a four-year recording hiatus, and inspired the album’s title, referring to the start of something new; a journey in a new direction. It is also the name of one of four new original songs — the first originals that Kent has ever recorded — written especially for her by Tomlinson and acclaimed author Kazuo Ishiguro, winner of the Booker and Whitbread prizes for such literary works as The Remains of the Day and Never Let Me Go. (Blue Note Records) 


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Stacey Kent: Raconte-Moi.. (CD: Blue Note)
The jazz songbird takes on the language of romance with Raconte-Moi...(Tell Me...). A delicious collection of great classics from France's musical heritage and original songs penned especially for her. (Blue Note Records) 


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Stacey Kent: Raconte-Moi.. (CD: Blue Note)


Jim Tomlinson featuring Stacey Kent: The Lyric (CD: Blue Note)Jim Tomlinson featuring Stacey Kent: The Lyric (CD: Blue Note)
 


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Stacey Kent: Dreamer In Concert (CD: Blue Note)
After 8 studio albums, `Dreamer In Concert' is the first album that captures Stacey's magical onstage persona. From the stage of La Cigale, she delivers fresh interpretations of some of the most emblematic songs in her repertoire, including the standards of the Great American Songbook, The Best Is Yet To Come, They Can't Take That Away From Me, It Might As Well Be Spring and others. She also revisits the classic French songs, Ces Petits Riens, Samba Saravah and Jardin d'Hiver.

The repertoire also includes four previously unrecorded selections; two from Antônio Carlos Jobim, Waters of March and Dreamer, and two new compositions by her husband, saxophonist and the album's producer, Jim Tomlinson; Postcard Lovers, with lyrics by the novelist, Kazuo Ishiguro (author of Remains of the Day and Never Let Me Go) and O Comboio, penned by the Portuguese poet, Antonio Ladeira, which Stacey sings, beautifully, in Portuguese. (staceykent.com) 


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Stacey Kent: Dreamer In Concert (CD: Blue Note)


Stacey Kent: The Changing Lights (CD: Warner)Stacey Kent: The Changing Lights (CD: Warner)
A multi-award winner (2001 British Jazz Award, 2002 BBC Jazz Award Best Vocalist, etc) and Grammy nominee, Stacey has built a huge fanbase for her cool, classy interpretations of the Great American Songbook, all recorded with husband, arranger, producer and now songwriter Jim Tomlinson (himself a winner of the 2006 Album of the Year British Jazz Award).

Her new album, The Changing Lights is a musical journey through jazz, bossa nova and chanson, including a mixture of Bossa Nova classics from Tom Jobim, Marcos Valle, and also Roberto Menescal, who appears as a featured guest on the album. There are also new songs written especially for Stacey by Jim Tomlinson. The title track, ‘The Changing Lights’, is written by Jim Tomlinson and novelist Kazuo Ishiguro, the songwriting team that have been writing for her since her first album for EMI, the Grammy-nominated Breakfast On The Morning Tram. (Warner) 


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Stacey Kent: Tenderly (CD: Okeh)
Tenderly, an intimate collection of standards, sees the Grammy-nominated American Jazz singer revisit the Great American Songbook, the repertoire for which she first became known. The album sees Stacey performing alongside legendary composer/guitarist, Roberto Menescal - one of Brazil’s most important 20th Century musical figures, founding father of Bossa Nova, record producer, and winner of a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2014 Latin Grammy Awards.  


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Stacey Kent: Tenderly (CD: Okeh)


Stacey Kent: I Know I Dream - The Orchestral Sessions (CD: Okeh)Stacey Kent: I Know I Dream - The Orchestral Sessions (CD: Okeh)
Okeh presents the brand new album, I Know I Dream by Grammy nominated superstar Stacey Kent. This is Stacey’s first ever full orchestral album of brand new material, including new original compositions by Jim Tomlinson and supreme cover versions of landmark songs. Joining Stacey on the album are Jim Tomlinson (saxophones, flutes & percussion), Graham Harvey (Piano and fender Rhodes), John Parricelli (guitars) and a host of other world class instrumentalists. (Sony Music) 


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