Chance & Circumstance

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Chance & Circumstance 58:25 $11.98
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1 Immigrant [The Peter Malick Group Feat. Jess Klein] 4:26 $1.49 Buy
2 Chance & Circumstance [The Peter Malick Group Feat. Kirsten Proffit] 3:49 $1.49 Buy
3 Opium [The Peter Malick Group Feat. Antje Duvekot] 3:56 $1.49 Buy
4 Strange Transmissions [The Peter Malick Group Feat. Norah Jones] 4:09 $1.49 Buy
5 Things You Don't Have To Do [The Peter Malick Group Feat. Norah Jones] 3:14 $1.49 Buy
6 Lighten Me [The Peter Malick Group Feat. Mercy Malick] 3:31 $1.49 Buy
7 What Would I Do Without You [The Peter Malick Group Feat. Mercy Malick] 3:16 $1.49 Buy
8 Midsize City Girl [The Peter Malick Group Feat. Jess Klein] 4:42 $1.49 Buy
9 Deceptively Yours [The Peter Malick Group Feat. Norah Jones] 4:22 $1.49 Buy
10 Into The City [The Peter Malick Group Feat. Antje Duvekot] 4:05 $1.49 Buy
11 Whatever That Means [The Peter Malick Group Feat. Kirsten Proffit] 3:57 $1.49 Buy
12 Heart Of Mine [The Peter Malick Group Feat. Norah Jones] 5:11 $1.49 Buy
13 All Your Love [The Peter Malick Group Feat. Norah Jones] 4:38 $1.49 Buy
14 New York City [The Peter Malick Group Feat. Norah Jones] 5:09 $1.49 Buy

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The talented Norah Jones came to New York and got famous in spectacular, multi-platinum fashion. So it's inevitable that recordings she made before she hit it big are starting to come to the fore. Case in point, this CD by lyricist/songwriter/guitarist Peter Malick. Malick recorded these tunes with Jones in 2000 (when she was just 21), along with four other singers (Jess Klein, Kirsten Proffit, Antje Duvekot, and his daughter Mercy). Stylistically, Malick's music is a radio-friendly blend of country and pop, with just a tinge of jazz, the same kind of genre that launched Jones on her Blue Note debut. The material is mostly about love, longing, and big city life. While all of the singers have basically the same style, the six tracks with Jones's standout. Except for the slow blues number, "All of Your Love," and the organ-fueled up-tempo rocker, "Deceptively Yours," the rest of the guitar-centric music is in the mid-tempo meter. And, yes, Jones sounds the same on the quirky "Strange Transmissions" and the Nashville-nuanced "Heart of Mine" as she does now. Kudos to Mr. Malick for being in the right place and the right studio at the right time. --Eugene Holley, Jr.

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