Nikki Yanofsky – Nikki By Starlight (2022) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

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Artist: Nikki Yanofsky
Album: Nikki By Starlight
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2022
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 50:04
Total Tracks: 15
Total Size: 498 MB


1-1. Nikki Yanofsky – I Get Along Without You Very Well (Except Sometimes) (03:42)
1-2. Nikki Yanofsky – Comes Love (03:42)
1-3. Nikki Yanofsky – Crazy He Calls Me (02:30)
1-4. Nikki Yanofsky – I Get A Kick Out Of You (02:41)
1-5. Nikki Yanofsky – Comment Allez Vous (02:18)
1-6. Nikki Yanofsky – Stella By Starlight (03:12)
1-7. Nikki Yanofsky – They Say It’s Spring (03:42)
1-8. Nikki Yanofsky – It Never Entered My Mind (03:34)
1-9. Nikki Yanofsky – C’est Si Bon (02:52)
1-10. Nikki Yanofsky – West Coast Blues (02:39)
1-11. Nikki Yanofsky – Let Me Love You (03:19)
1-12. Nikki Yanofsky – Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars (Corcovado) (03:04)
1-13. Nikki Yanofsky – Estate (04:11)
1-14. Nikki Yanofsky – You Stepped Out Of My Dream (04:23)
1-15. Nikki Yanofsky – Some Other Time (04:09)


Montreal-based jazz singer Nikki Yanofsky today announces her new album ‘Nikki By Starlight,’ via MNRK Music Group. A celebration of jazz for purists and new generations alike, ‘Nikki By Starlight’ is comprised of 15 standards from legends Frank Sinatra, Chet Baker, Billie Holiday and more. Out October 21st, ‘Nikki By Starlight’ was co-produced with the JUNO-winning producer/composer Paul Shrofel and features contributions from Stevie Wonder’s bandmate Greg Phillinganes, Nathan East (Bobby Womack, Herbie Hancock, Michael Jackson) and the iconic Cuban-American jazz trumpeter Arturo Sandoval.

Today Yanofsky also follows previously released tracks “Comes Love”, “I Get a Kick Out Of You”, “Crazy He Calls Me”, and “Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars (Corcovado)” with the French song “C’est Si Bon,” originally composed in 1947 by Henri Betti with lyrics by André Hornez. Popularized by Eartha Kitt, Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Dean Martin, Barbara Streisand, and more, Yanofsky’s poised rendition follows in the footsteps of these classic standard bearers.Yanofsky’s commitment to reimagining the standards rings true all throughout the album, even going so far as recording on a vintage RCA 77C, the microphone that was used by Ella Fitzgerald. Yanofsky’s transportive musical touch brings the Great American Songbook into the 21st century, providing a chance for new audiences and existing fans alike to fall in love with a refreshed style.

Yanofsky describes the process of recording this album as an invigorating and joyful time that allowed her to tap into the purest part of herself again. She reconnected with the classics on her own terms — especially as an artist who did her first show at just 12 years old, and sometimes felt like a “party trick” singing songs from a bygone era when she was so young. Even so, jazz was her first love, and this record is a true homecoming.

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