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Cecile McLorin Salvant, Sullivan Fortner

The Window

Cecile McLorin Salvant - The Window 01. Visions (5:11) 02. One Step Ahead (2:09) 03. By Myself (2:35) 04. The Sweetest Sounds (4:55) 05. Ever Since The One I Love's Been Gone (5:53) 06. A Clef (2:05) 07. Obsession (3:10) 08. Wild Is Love (3:22) 09. J'ai L'Cafard (3:01) 10. Somewhere (7:11) 11. The Gentleman Is A Dope (4:30) 12. Trouble Is A Man (3:47) 13. Were Thine That Special Face (3:20) 14. I've Got Your Number (5:00) 15. Tell Me Why (3:28) 16. Everything I've Got Belongs To You (1:10) 17. The Peacocks (9:35)
  • Cecile McLorin Salvant - vocal
  • Sullivan Fortner - piano
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Two-Time GRAMMY® Award Winner Receives Fourth Consecutive Nomination in "Best Jazz Vocal Album" Category ********************* The world first learned of the incredible vocal artistry of Cécile McLorin Salvant when she won the prestigious 2010 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition. In just under the span of a decade she has evolved from a darling of jazz critics and fans, to a multi-GRAMMY® Award winner and a prescient, fearless voice in music today. ‘The Window’, an album of duets with the pianist Sullivan Fortner, explores and extends the tradition of the piano-vocal duo and its expressive possibilities. With just Fortner’s deft accompaniment to support McLorin Salvant, the two are free to improvise and rhapsodize, to play freely with time, harmony, melody and phrasing. The 21st century may not be a terrible time to be alive as a jazz vocals fan after all.” — Variety "Her fourth album, 'The Window,' came out this week, and it’ll clearly be her fourth consecutive record to be nominated for a Grammy for best jazz vocal album… and maybe her third in a row to win.” — Variety “...she’s happy to explore the highest highs and lowest lows of the torch song form, with nearly bipolar levels of elation to go with the pining.” — Variety “...the most acclaimed jazz vocalist on the planet right now…” — Rolling Stone "The most radical thing a jazz singer could do in 2018 is stick to the basics… But on 'The Window,' the wise, virtuosic and subtly subversive 29-year-old singer opts for a setting so stark it can almost seem abstract.” — Rolling Stone "Salvant seems intent on teasing out the grey areas and tougher truths in these songs — the way love can sting as much as it soothes, for example — to generally stunning effect.” — Rolling Stone "The leader of a new pack of fully modern jazz singers explores the historical context and modern possibilities of every song she sings, even the deepest American standards.” — Pitchfork "Arguably the leader in a resurgent scene of fully modern jazz singers…” — Pitchfork "Salvant has found a fine match in Fortner...He doesn’t accompany her so much as join in the conversation she’s having with these songs, occasionally even arguing with her about them.” — Pitchfork "The reigning jazz vocalist of her generation is an intellectual virtuoso, an examiner of songs rather than simply an inhabitant of them.” — The New York Times “...Cécile McLorin Salvant and Sullivan Fortner, two absolute gems in the urban rough…” — Vinyl Me, Please "On 'The Window,' their warm duo date, the 2010 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition winner further cements her status as the best vocal jazz performer of her generation.” — Vinyl Me, Please "Whether idiosyncratic or anticipated, her selections come alive with devastating beauty, ferocity and fragility.” — Vinyl Me, Please "The Great American Songbook is alive, well and in the capable hands of the best jazz singer of the modern era." — Billboard "Accompanied only by the elegance of pianist Sullivan Fortner, Salvant shines on her finest work yet with 'The Window's beguiling blend of well-loved showtunes and pop standards." — Billboard “Salvant demonstrates a rare vocal power, flexibility, control, and insight.” — ArtsFuse “…nuanced dynamics and expressive precision that uses jazz more as scenery than a reigning sensibility.” — DownBeat “The album that proudly and openly showcases virtuosity at every track, 'The Window' is an all-time great album by an all-time great singer.” — NextBop "It’s the sound of a talented singer freed from the pursuit of recording the 'definitive' version of a song." — Boston Globe "Salvant is as bright a star as they come in the jazz world. The 29-year old continues to wow critics and audiences alike with her unique blend of blues singer attitude, Broadway stage presence and modern jazz aesthetic." — Jazziz "Where some jazz singers treat a song as a launching pad, an excuse to get going, Cecile McLorin Salvant drills down into the song itself, getting it to the story or philosophy of the words." — NPR "Fresh Air" "...vast vocal range, meticulous technical execution and a superb classical vocal foundation..." — NPR Tiny Desk Concert "Among contemporary jazz singers, she is among the most technically brilliant, almost as if an engineer drew up the plans for the perfect jazz vocalist circa 1965." — PopMatters