Frances Livings

Los Angeles, CA
Jazz / Nu-Jazz / Jazzoetry
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Dear friends & fans ~

I am pleased to announce that I have finally been able to set a digital release date for my album THE WORLD I AM LIVINGS IN for March 1, 2013 in my label, Moontraxx. You will then find it on my Bandcamp page (and later in stores like iTunes, Amazon and Spotify).

The release of the physical CD with booklet, the release show and party will follow soon thereafter. I will
definitely send another email to inform you when and where! Most likely it will be in L.A. downtown which is one of the more interesting parts of this strange city...

I would also like to remind those of you who are in Los Angeles that we will be performing again with the Ipanema Lounge Project this coming Sunday, February 10, 2013 from 20:30 to circa 22:00 at Genghis Cohen, 740 N Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046, $ 8 cover
With Greg Poree on guitar, Jeff Colella on piano, Domenick Genova on bass, Christopher Allis on drums

Since we are continuously adding to our repertoire, you might want to look up my latest blog entry on a song we recently performed for the first time and with which I have totally fallen in love with: the famous Antonio Carlos Jobim tune 'Waters of March' from 1972.
Franz Marc, In The Rain,
Franz Marc, In the Rain, 1912

I hope to see you soon at one of these events or hear from you per email or via Facebook/Twitter.
All the best to you & yours ~



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"Veering between Carole King and Barbra Streisand, this is very much a piano- dominated recording with Jeff Colella playing either acoustic or electric piano behind Frances rich and crystal clear vocals."  Maverick Magazine

"Livings shows a deep understanding of love, loneliness, passion and acceptance, and ably articulates every emotion in her songs. (...) She has a truly gifted approach in telling a story"  Cassandra Walker, The Entertainment Bank

"More than anything, The World comes across as a half-lit stage presentation for post-Beat hipsters grown weary of all the blare and squall of an overdriven mainstream, looking for literate but unorthodox fare and a chance to once again think while immersing in moody atmospherics. (...) thus, don't do anything else once you've tossed the disc on, or you'll miss more than you ever guessed was there."  Mark S. Tucker, The Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange


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