Artist: Liane Carroll
Album: The Right To Love
Genre: Vocal Jazz
Quality: mp3, 320 kbps
The Right To Love (5:35)
It’s A Fine Line (3:22)
If You Go Away (3:43)
You Don’t Know What Love Is (7:43)
Goin’ Back (4:23)
In The Neighbourhood (3:03)
I Get Along Without You Very Well (4:02)
Following the success of their last collaboration, Seaside, in 2015, Liane Carroll and producer James McMillan have struck gold once again with an impressive album of ten tracks with a range of guest musicians.
Nobody adds emotion to a song in quite the way that Liane Carroll manages to, particularly in live performance, and, not surprisingly on an album with the theme of love, this raw emotion is here in abundance.
Her ability to make a tune her own is something that Liane Carroll is already well known for, and this is illustrated perfectly in her interpretation of the title track, Gene Lees and Lalo Schifrin’s The Right to Love.
The album opens with a silky jazz rendition of Skylark with saxophonist Kirk Whalum, and also includes varied interpretations of jazz standards such as You Don’t Know What Love Is, which features some beautiful playing from guitarist Mark Jaimes.
Georgia, a duo of voice and the guitar of Mark Jaimes, includes one of the best scat solos on the album, reminiscent of her fluid and soulful scat soloing on Almost Like Being In Love from the Seaside album.
The Right to Love features everything from delicate, heartfelt yearning to impassioned pleas, combined with unique interpretations that showcase the impressive artistry and musicianship of all involved.
Review by Charlie Anderson