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​Carmen Lundy - Soul to Soul​ Carmen Lundy's latest CD "Soul to Soul," drawing on blues and gospel influences, ​with all original compositions. ​JazzCorner.com ​Jazz Perspectives producer Reese Erlich explains, ​"​Lundy plays multiple instruments and has a major role in the recording process. She talks about the creative inspirations for writing, playing and recording her own CD.​
Carmen Lundy breaks down 'Code Noir' A rare triple-threat vocalist-composer-arranger, Carmen Lundy visits with Michele Jansen at the Jazz88 studios in advance of her first Twin Cities performance. She's touring in support of her latest album, 'Code Noir.'
Carmen Lundy breaks down 'Code Noir' A rare triple-threat vocalist-composer-arranger, Carmen Lundy visits with Michele Jansen at the Jazz88 studios in advance of her first Twin Cities performance. She's touring in support of her latest album, 'Code Noir.'
Carmen Lundy Jazz, blues, Brazilian samba, and African rhythms are all present in the soulful artistry of vocalist, songwriter and musician Carmen Lundy. With 15 albums as a leader, Carmen Lundy continues to fortify her ever-expanding magnitude as a visionary jazz artist and creative innovator. Find out about the making of Carmen’s latest album, "Code Noir” in this exclusive Storyophonic conversation.
​Carmen Lundy - Soul to Soul​ Carmen Lundy's latest CD "Soul to Soul," drawing on blues and gospel influences, ​with all original compositions. ​JazzCorner.com ​Jazz Perspectives producer Reese Erlich explains, ​"​Lundy plays multiple instruments and has a major role in the recording process. She talks about the creative inspirations for writing, playing and recording her own CD.​
Carmen Lundy - Soul to Soul Soul To Soul - Lundy’s 14th album, is the next chapter in her critically-acclaimed career as both a musical artist and a visual artist; a return to her roots but also an exploration of these roots — and the journey that those roots can take you on. The release of “Soul To Soul” will be accompanied by tour dates both in the U.S. and overseas.Lundy is a vocalist, songwriter, producer and a soulful musician who plays guitar on all tracks, piano and Rhodes on many tracks, and drums on two. Carmen Lundy is also a celebrated mixed media artist and painter, and her works have been exhibited in New York at The Jazz Gallery in Soho, at The Jazz Bakery in Los Angeles, and at a month-long exhibition at the Madrid Theatre in Los Angeles, CA. For additional information and media requests, please contact Chip Schutzman at Miles High Productions, 323-806-0400 or email chip@mileshighproductions.comJoin us on this soulful ride with Carmen Lundy on September 14 at 3p PST/5p CST/6p ESTWe are sponsored by: http://HealthRoads.net Blog: http://ZealForLifeProducts.com
Big Blend Radio: Jazz Artist Carmen Lundy - Modern Ancestors Album This episode of Big Blend Radio features jazz vocalist, composer, and artist, Carmen Lundy who discusses her art and new album, “Modern Ancestors,” out now on Afrasia Productions. The album features 10 self-penned and arranged tracks, and a stellar band consisting of Julius Rodriguez on piano, brother Curtis Lundy on acoustic upright bass, Kenny Davis on electric and acoustic bass, Mayra Casales on percussion, Terreon Gully and Kassa Overall on drums.


Modern Ancestors. Two words with significantly different connotations that come together and remind us that not only do opposites attract, but that we are all products of those who came before us; our Ancestors can be honored and reinterpreted, continually present and very much a part of who we are and what influences us today. Such is the common thread running through Carmen Lundy's brilliant new album, Modern Ancestors.


Thanks to the National Parks Arts Foundation for sponsoring this episode.
LOTL Radio Welcomes Carmen Lundy. Debuts her new album 'Code Noir' Los Angeles, California.  CODE NOIR, the stunning new CD from critically-lauded vocalist Carmen Lundy, is slated for release February 17th via Afrasia Productions.  Never one to limit her creative journeys, Lundy explores the realms of Jazz, Blues, Brazilian Samba and Pop with a multitude of messages that reflect not only the complexities of her own mindset, but the disparity of the world at large.  Poignant, heartfelt, joyous, shocked, saddened and impassioned are just a few of the emotions conveyed by this wonderfully evocative singer on CODE NOIR in a highly personal musical voyage.

 

"These songs encompass the musical and artistic influences from the African diaspora and its influence on jazz and other musical genres – the bossa nova, the blues, swing, funk, the exploration into the avant-garde," says Carmen.  "Yet they also encompass the many emotions that are prevalent in this country right now.  We are going through tough times with a country that is sorely divided and many of these tracks reflect the feelings that we as human beings are going through on an individual level.  CODE NOIR actually refers to the first law ever written by a person in power of a sovereign nation/empire - the King of France Louis XIV - the first law to disallow and make illegal the integration of the African race into white European society."

 

Having written or co-written all twelve tracks on the album, Carmen envelops her listeners from the start with the questioning opening song, "Another Chance" - a thought-provoking title truly pertinent in the world today.  "Live Out Loud" encourages us to do just that while "Black And Blues" is about our present affairs, "the legacy of the black experience in America,” says Carmen.  “The unplanned fallout and result of legislating and legalizing systemic racism.
Jazz Vocalist Carmen Lundy: CODE NOIR Renowned jazz singer and artist Carmen Lundy discusses her new album "Code Noir" that includes 12 new songs, all written or co-written by Lundy, and also features several guests, notably Patrice Rushen on piano. www.CarmenLundy.com
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