Grammy nominated jazz vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant releases 'For One To Love' on Mack Avenue on September 4th, including five originals.
After two sold out nights with the Aaron Diehl Trio, at Ronnie Scott’s in London, Grammy nominated jazz vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant continues on tour with the news of a new album release on September 4th.
The prolific Mack Avenue Records will release her third album ‘For One to Love’ including five original songs of her own. The album will also include Burt Bacharach’s ‘Wives and Lovers,’ and continues to showcase her deep appreciation of the great Bessie Smith with a take on ‘What's The Matter Now.’ She also sings in French on a song by French singer Barbara from 1965 called ‘Le Mal De Vivre’.
Cécile has also recorded ‘Growlin’ Dan’ by Blanche Calloway, Cab Calloway’s older sister, who was the first woman to lead an all male orchestra and a profound influence on her famous brother.
Cécile McLorin Salvant - For One To Love
2. Growlin' Dan
3. Stepsister's Lament
4. Look At Me
5. Wives And Lovers
7. The Trolley Song
9. What's The Matter Now
10. Le Mal De Vivre
11. Somethin's Coming