Madeleine Peyroux - US
With her deliciously hoarse voice, Madeline Peyroux breathes jazz tenderness into a gorgeous body of work that includes feline covers of Leonard Cohen and Elliott Smith.
Her pre-war jazz has crossed the American and the French 90s, her tone is reminiscent of a white Sarah Vaughan from the Latin Quarter. Madeleine Peyroux’s is a voice from another era that resonates in a resolutely modern way. After Dreamland in 1996 and opening for Cesaria Evora, she spent the next six years singing in the streets of Paris. Then she released a few albums of glorious tracks, a cover of Elliott Smith’s Between the Bars or Leonard Cohen’s Dance me to the End of Love. The American singer-songwriter knows how to preserve herself in order to immerse herself in all fields of experience and render the suave and intimate. A rare and precious singer who has been a fixture on the international jazz scene for the past 25 years.
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