EVERY ALBUM A SPECIAL WORLD

Music en Vogue (2019)

An new compilation of Jazzamor songs including two new songs Body hunter and Keep in distance two new songs from 2019. Released on a new compilation with "en vogue" Jazzamor songs. Player Music En Vogue

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  • Strange to be in Paradise

    Love, hate, the complexities of our times lacking simple solutions – resonating in Jazzamor's question: Isn't it strange to be in Paradise?
    When we sing our love songs and when we celebrate the wonderful experience of humans embracing each other in a rather mystical happening of emphatic passion, we cannot deny the fact that in each and every case there are others in fear and horror, being tortured and slaughtered for nothing but the raging passion of hate. Is it not strange to be in paradise at the same time? To live in a world where we are supported in all kinds of ways, while at the same time other humans suffer? What is there to do with this strangeness to be? We are confronted with this human contradiction whether we like it or not. We can look away, or we can face these opposing appearances of life and the questions they pose. We choose every time we look at it. But to go beyond we must look into what provides us with that option. Our nature which is able to love and to hate almost at the same time. The transit well of wonderment. This never failing fertile fountainhead. There is the profound experience of creativity, the explosion of ideas, the blitz of insight. Creativeness itself is the strange exotic lead and it’s only restriction is the narrowness of hate. It has no image. It is a kind of abstraction without an idea. But because it is providing our life with a constant flow of ideas we do not need anything beyond it. The unknown given of all this real was non as life begun. At one point no-one was categorized as black, white, male, female, Christian, Jew, Moslem but somehow these narratives evolved. They have a history. They where suppressed, privileged, preached, forced, annihilated. They came from next to nothing. They became stories – histories – and an empty bird of wonderment is touching them lightly with superb grace to breathe life into them. That is: we do! And we have to be curious about what else we can achieve. We should not turn away from suffering, even when we do have no inkling about an answer. Nor should we be content with the easy answers the experts give us – let us not forget: They depend on histories. Let us consider directly the questions posed by humans lost in paradise, humans who die in paradise, just as the dice are cast.

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  • Lucent Touch

    Lyrics and harmonies shaped by very personal experiences: Reflections about life and death, about misery and joy – transformed into songs with that unique Jazzamor style.

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      • Beautiful Day

        The jazzy, groovy, sunny and easy moments of the day: This Jazzamor album is made with the double intention to show and to give them. Twelve songs with emotional timbre for many beautiful hours and days.

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      • Travel

        This is the Jazzamor journey that represents the world – and a world of inspiration. Recorded at concerts or in the studio, using foreign words, instruments or typical grooves every song takes place in a certain part of the world. A truly impressing travel of sound brought to our ears.

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          • A Piece Of My Heart

            Jazzamor express themselves with their compositions in a personal matter and deep insights: "A Piece Of My Heart" is an album that convinces with closeness and feeling.

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          • Lazy Sunday Afternoon

            „Lazy Sunday Afternoon“ is a feeling that everyone of us knows well: It’s meant as an appreciation of recreation and relaxing. Jazzamor give us the chilling soundtrack for that deserved time-out of the week..

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              • Selection

                After six years and four albums Jazzamor released „Selection – Songs For A Beautiful Day“. As a compilation of their own most favourite tracks this album is rather a „Finest of“ than a „Best of“. Yes, you can hear the difference note by note in every song!

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