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Marie-Claude
  • Artist: Peter Brown
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479271236
  • Item #: SRD927123
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 3/21/2006
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Marie-Claude on CD

'Marie-Claude opens with ... beautiful honeyed piano notes that conjure Keith Jarrett before swinging into Errol Garner's Boogie Woogie Boogie ... Brown tackles jazz, blues, country, boogie-woogie, tango and the traditional Amazing Grace with obvious enthusiasm, great virtuosity and an honest and practised feel for music.' (Bruce Deachman, Ottawa Citizen, Feb. 2003) 'Peter Brown stretches out and hits all the right notes on his first solo record Marie-Claude - a diverse set of keyboard improvisations. The resourceful musician ... delves expertly into swinging jazz, boogie-woogie, rollicking blues and swaying Latin rhythms with a steady hand and loads of unbridled energy.' (Steve Baylin, Ottawa Xpress, March, 2003) "...Brown wrote more than half the tunes on Marie-Claude in recent years, including the beautiful instrumental title track and the groovy 'These Blues You Gave Me' with snazzy vocals." (Ann Marie McQueen - Ottawa Sun, Nov. 2002) "...I had heard the Peter Brown of Mumbo Jumbo Voodoo Combo, of the Blues Brokers, the Mississippi Mudds, and the Mississippi Blues Society, but here he really shines front and centre as the piano man...Marie-Claude hooked me right from the first track, Peter's Prelude To...which segues so nicely into Errol Garner's Boogie Woogie Boogie (although listener beware: after drifting off to Prelude you're likely going to have to get up and dance to Boogie)...there is a great depth and warmth to the sound on all tracks, and each instrument is right where it belongs in the mix..." (Rob Rendeau - The Humm, Dec. 2002)