Tell Me Once Again is the greatly anticipated collaboration between Carol Kidd and guitarist Nigel Clark.
This lovely album is full of staple songs from the Kidd - Clark repertoire but with the twist of being arranged exclusively for this dynamic duo. Kidd's vocal melodies are as rich and sensual as velvet and Clark's guitar playing is refined, delicate and impeccable.
Each of the songs on this album is captivating and intimate - so much so, you might just find yourself thinking that Kidd might be singing just to you. Sit back, relax and let the gorgeous melodies of this fantastic duo take over.
View the booklet in full here.
Carol Kidd wins 'Best Jazz Vocalist' award!
08 July 2011
Carol Kidd wins at the 2011 Scottish Jazz Awardsmore >>New Carol Kidd video
10 June 2011
live in Glasgowmore >>The Scotsman Interview With Carol Kidd & Nigel Clark
08 April 2011
The best kept secret in British jazzmore >>Nigel Clark discusses his new album with Carol Kidd
04 April 2011
Tune in hear tracks from 'Tell Me Once Again'more >>
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'...when it's Carol Kidd's voice and Nigel Clark's guitar, the effect can be magical.'more >>Edinburgh Evening News
'Kidd's boldest departures, though, involved imaginative interpretations of the standards. Sweeping from a towering falsetto to hushed tones, Kidd delivered her evocative slow account of the Arlen and Koehler classic Stormy Weather over Clark's impromptu playing.'more >>Bebop Spoken Here
'...expressed with fresh spin from Carol's unique style.'more >>Northern Sky
'...many-shaded vocals and seemingly innate sense of improvisation...'more >>Jazz Matters
'musical storytelling at its best'more >>In Tune International
"[The album] joyfully reflects the best of both artistes."more >>Jazzwise
'...the duo finds the emotional heart of each song with unerring accuracy...'more >>MusicWeb International
"The plethora of young hopefuls trying to be jazz singers could learn a thing or two from Carol Kidd."more >>LondonJazz
"...an affecting programme of intelligently selected songs, flawlessly presented."more >>The Observer
"...harmonically subtle, rhythmically firm, endlessly resourceful..."more >>The Scotsman
"...impeccably played and beautifully judged..."more >>Scotland on Sunday
"This is musical storytelling at its best..."more >>The Herald
'...delightful...'more >>Jazz Rag
'...knowledgeable jazz phrasing that validates everything this lady performs.'more >>