Kid Wezel

Kid Wezel

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Ontario, Canada
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Song Description

This song describes the joy of hearing a great jazz singer.. whose marvellous voice brings great joy and relaxation to the listener

Story Behind the Song

This song was written for the late Canadian Jazz Singer Laurel Long, whose amazing vocals inspired me to write the song immediately after I heard her sing the first time. Her vocal range was amazing - she could move effortlessly through 5 octaves. Her performances were wonderful - not a soul would move while she was singing. Sadly, she was finally brought down by cancer which gradually consumed her, and just on July 3/03, she left us for a pain free world. My great joy is that we were able to record this song and let her hear it a week before she died and she loved it. She IS the real Jazz Singer Lady.

Lyrics

Jazz Singer Lady
Words and music, Louise Peacock - Chords, closing and bass, Alfred Gertler

4 bar intro
Chorus (12 bars)
Jazz singer lady, you make me feel alright (2 bars)
Jazz singer baby, your voice is right out of sight (2 bars)
If I had my way I would sit here and listen all night

Verse 1 (8 bars)
The first time I heard you, I was hooked right away
And I knew I?d had heard a good thing
Your music soothed me, what else can I say?
Yes, I?d sit here and listen all night

Verse 2 (8 bars)
Jazz singer baby, bring the music to me
And help make the blues disappear...
Your kinda sound is good for my soul
and, your voice is all I can hear

12 bar intrumental
Chorus (12 bars)
Jazz singer lady, you make me feel alright....
Jazz singer baby, your voice is right outta sight.....
If I had my way.... I would sit here and listen all night




Verse 2
Jazz singer baby, bring the music to me
And help make the blues disappear...
Your kinda sound brings me peace of mind
Yes, and your voice is all I can hear

Jazz singer lady, you make me feel alright
Jazz singer baby, your voice is out of sight
If I had my way.... I would sit here and listen all night
I?d sit here and listen, I would sit here and listen,
I would sit here and listen all night.........
Closing instrumental Conclusion




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Song Length
4:25
Genres
Jazz - General, Blues - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Relaxed, Poignant

Subject Matter
Happiness, Laugh, Smile

Similar Artists
Tracy Chapman, Ella Fitzgerald
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Louise Peacock SOCAN 2002
Music Credits Louise Peacock SOCAN 2002
Producer Credits Bruce Walker
Publisher Credits Louise Peacock
Performance Credits Louise Peacock - Vox and Alfred Gertler - Upright Bass
Label Credits Funguy Productions