- Nobody’s Fault But MineComposer(s) Jimmy Page and Robert PlantArtist(s) Liane Carroll - vocals and piano, Steve Pearce - acoustic bass, Ian Thomas - drums, Mark James - guitar, Julian Siegel - tenor saxophone, James McMillan - keyboards and percussion
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- Mercy NowComposer(s) Mary GauthierArtist(s) Liane Carroll - vocals and piano, Steve Pearce - acoustic bass, Ian Thomas - drums, James McMillan - flugelhorn and keyboards, Evan Jolly - trumpet, cornet and flugelhorn, Andy Wood - trombone, Mark Jaimes - guitars, Rob Leake - saxophones
Liane Carroll's Seaside is a mix of original songs and covers broadly following a seashore theme, with sterling accompaniment comprising piano trio, guitar and brass. It was named 'Best New CD' at the 2015 British Jazz Awards.
Awarded 'Best British Vocalist' on more than one occasion, singer Liane Carroll has a 'deeply soulful' voice and a fearless approach to singing. Seaside was described as "Carroll's best disc" by The Herald and won the singer the 'Best New CD' accolade at the 2015 British Jazz Awards.
Liane brings a refreshing approach to Billie Halliday's 'I Cover The Waterfront', Kurt Weill's 'My Ship' and Nina Simone's 'Wild is the Wind', plus 'Almost Like Being In Love' – famous as the closing track to the blockbuster hit Groundhog Day. The title song, 'Seaside', was specially written for Liane by Joe Stilgoe which sees the singer return Liane's favour of guesting on his cover of Brian Wilson's 'I Just Wasn't Made For These Times' from his latest album New Songs For Old Souls.
The album reunites Liane with multi-GRAMMY nominated producer and trumpeter James McMillan who worked on her previous two albums. Liane's rhythm section comprises Malcolm Edmonstone (piano), Mark Edwards (piano), Ian Thomas (drums) and Steve Pearce (bass) with guest musicians Rob Luft (guitar) and Andy Wood (brass).