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Karrin Allyson

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A Felicidade (Happiness) Karrin Allyson 04:20
Chopin Prelude Op. 28 No. 4 / Insensatez Karrin Allyson 06:34
In A Sentimental Mood Karrin Allyson 05:25
Night And Day Karrin Allyson 05:24
Sous Le Ciel De Paris Karrin Allyson 04:07
Plasir d' Amour Karrin Allyson 04:56
Samba Saravah Karrin Allyson 05:10
Só Tinha De Ser Com Você Karrin Allyson 03:45
Coracao Vagabundo Karrin Allyson 04:27
O Barquinho Karrin Allyson 04:29

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Karrin Allyson is an American jazz singer described by the New York Times as having an "exceptionally keen eye for the smart, semi-obscure pop or jazz number that speaks directly to the moment". She has recorded 15 albums and performed internationally to great acclaim since her debut in 1992 with 'The Shape of You'. She has been nominated for five Grammy Awards for Best Jazz Album for 'Ballads: Remembering John Coltrane' which went to number six on Billboard's Jazz Albums Chart in 2001, 'Footprints' (2006) which reached number 15, 'Imagina: Songs of Brasil' (2008) which got to number 16, ''Round Midnight' (2011) number 13 and 'Many a New Day: Karrin Allyson Sings Rodgers & Hammerstein' (2015) with pianists Kenny Barron and John Patatucci. Her 2002 release 'In Blue' reached number eleven on the chart and 'Wild for You' (2004) peaked at number 13.

Born in Kansas, she grew up in Omaha, Nebraska where she studied the piano. She studied music at the University of Nebraska and had a stint with an all-female rock band named Tomboy. She spent several years in Kansas City and in the early 1990s moved to New York where she performed regularly. In 2018 she announced the August release of an album titled 'Wrap Up Some of That Sunshine' with 13 of her own compositions. Produced by Chris Caswell, the album featured Miro Sprague on piano, Jeff Johnson on bass, Rod Fleeman on guitar and Jerome Jennings on drums with guests Regina Carter on violin, Houston Person on tenor saxophone and Lee Sklar on bass.