Rebecca Angel

“Love, Life, CHoices”
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Rebecca Angel

“Love, Life, CHoices”
Out Now!

Buy Album Digital Album Spotify

Rebecca Angel

“Love, Life, Choices”
Out Now!

Buy Album Digital Album Spotify

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"Just the two of us"

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Rebecca Angel - Just the two of us

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Rebecca Angel awarded "New Artist Breakout Single" - Independant Music Awards
Rebecca Angel nominated for three Independent Music Network Awards

Discography

ABOUT REBECCA

If one were to hear Rebecca Angel’s Love Life Choices without knowing the singer’s backstory, it’s doubtful that the listener would ever guess it’s a debut album. Here, within these 10 songs, are maturity and poise, well-honed craftsmanship and a steely confidence, smart musical choices and an innate sense of self. Rebecca Angel’s individuality shines through on each diverse track, whether it’s one in which she had a compositional hand or a well-chosen interpretation. Sophisticated performances like these are more commonly the mark of an artist who’s been at it much longer than Rebecca.

On these 10 stellar tunes, Rebecca Angel threads together elements of several musical genres, including jazz, soul, pop and Brazilian music, fashioning an instantly embraceable hybrid sound. For the sessions, Rebecca assembled a world-class team of collaborators, including veteran jazz/R&B producer/arranger Jason Miles (Miles Davis, Luther Vandross, Grover Washington Jr.), who also provides keyboards, and an impressive cast of virtuosic top-shelf musicians, among them guitarist Romero Lubambo, bassist Reggie Washington, drummer Gene Lake, and trumpeter/flugelhornist Dennis Angel, who also happens to be Rebecca’s father.

Love Life Choices boasts an eclectic track list that finds Rebecca drawing material from several disparate sources. The album’s covers run the gamut from Buffalo Springfield’s ’60s protest classic “For What It’s Worth,” which has already topped several prominent radio charts as a single, to numbers associated with Brazilian maestro Antonio Carlos Jobim (“Corcovado” and “Waters of March”), the beloved singers Sade (“Maureen”), Bill Withers (“Just the Two of Us”), and reggae icon Bob Marley (“Waiting in Vain”). The collection also features a customized cornerstone of the modern classical canon, “Gymnopédie No. 1,” originally penned by the visionary Erik Satie and retitled here as “Till Now,” featuring newly written lyrics by Rebecca.

The variety of song topics addressed within Love Life Choices is as wide-ranging as the music itself, with some tracks directly speaking to vital issues facing contemporary society and others inspired by Rebecca’s recent marriage to her steadfast partner, Jonah. In addition to her interpretations of classics, the singer contributes three impactful tunes that she composed: “Side By Side” (co-written with Miles and beatboxer Butterscotch), “Summer Song (Electro Remix)” and the incendiary “Thoughts and Prayers,” with lyrics that could have been ripped from today’s headlines.

Each of Rebecca’s performances is richly textured, finely nuanced and sophisticated, reminiscent of artists who’ve been at it much longer than she has. Throughout the album, even as she glides easily from style to style, Rebecca Angel puts her own distinctive stamp on each track. “I never try to be someone I’m not.” She says, “the most important thing is believing in what you sing or play, because if you don’t believe it nobody else will.”

ABOUT REBECCA

If one were to hear Rebecca Angel’s Love Life Choices without knowing the singer’s backstory, it’s doubtful that the listener would ever guess it’s a debut album. Here, within these 10 songs, are maturity and poise, well-honed craftsmanship and a steely confidence, smart musical choices and an innate sense of self. Rebecca Angel’s individuality shines through on each diverse track, whether it’s one in which she had a compositional hand or a well-chosen interpretation. Sophisticated performances like these are more commonly the mark of an artist who’s been at it much longer than Rebecca.

On these 10 stellar tunes, Rebecca Angel threads together elements of several musical genres, including jazz, soul, pop and Brazilian music, fashioning an instantly embraceable hybrid sound. For the sessions, Rebecca assembled a world-class team of collaborators, including veteran jazz/R&B producer/arranger Jason Miles (Miles Davis, Luther Vandross, Grover Washington Jr.), who also provides keyboards, and an impressive cast of virtuosic top-shelf musicians, among them guitarist Romero Lubambo, bassist Reggie Washington, drummer Gene Lake, and trumpeter/flugelhornist Dennis Angel, who also happens to be Rebecca’s father.

Love Life Choices boasts an eclectic track list that finds Rebecca drawing material from several disparate sources. The album’s covers run the gamut from Buffalo Springfield’s ’60s protest classic “For What It’s Worth,” which has already topped several prominent radio charts as a single, to numbers associated with Brazilian maestro Antonio Carlos Jobim (“Corcovado” and “Waters of March”), the beloved singers Sade (“Maureen”), Bill Withers (“Just the Two of Us”), and reggae icon Bob Marley (“Waiting in Vain”). The collection also features a customized cornerstone of the modern classical canon, “Gymnopédie No. 1,” originally penned by the visionary Erik Satie and retitled here as “Till Now,” featuring newly written lyrics by Rebecca.

The variety of song topics addressed within Love Life Choices is as wide-ranging as the music itself, with some tracks directly speaking to vital issues facing contemporary society and others inspired by Rebecca’s recent marriage to her steadfast partner, Jonah. In addition to her interpretations of classics, the singer contributes three impactful tunes that she composed: “Side By Side” (co-written with Miles and beatboxer Butterscotch), “Summer Song (Electro Remix)” and the incendiary “Thoughts and Prayers,” with lyrics that could have been ripped from today’s headlines.

Each of Rebecca’s performances is richly textured, finely nuanced and sophisticated, reminiscent of artists who’ve been at it much longer than she has. Throughout the album, even as she glides easily from style to style, Rebecca Angel puts her own distinctive stamp on each track. “I never try to be someone I’m not.” She says, “the most important thing is believing in what you sing or play, because if you don’t believe it nobody else will.”

ABOUT REBECCA

If one were to hear Rebecca Angel’s Love Life Choices without knowing the singer’s backstory, it’s doubtful that the listener would ever guess it’s a debut album. Here, within these 10 songs, are maturity and poise, well-honed craftsmanship and a steely confidence, smart musical choices and an innate sense of self. Rebecca Angel’s individuality shines through on each diverse track, whether it’s one in which she had a compositional hand or a well-chosen interpretation. Sophisticated performances like these are more commonly the mark of an artist who’s been at it much longer than Rebecca.

On these 10 stellar tunes, Rebecca Angel threads together elements of several musical genres, including jazz, soul, pop and Brazilian music, fashioning an instantly embraceable hybrid sound. For the sessions, Rebecca assembled a world-class team of collaborators, including veteran jazz/R&B producer/arranger Jason Miles (Miles Davis, Luther Vandross, Grover Washington Jr.), who also provides keyboards, and an impressive cast of virtuosic top-shelf musicians, among them guitarist Romero Lubambo, bassist Reggie Washington, drummer Gene Lake, and trumpeter/flugelhornist Dennis Angel, who also happens to be Rebecca’s father.

Love Life Choices boasts an eclectic track list that finds Rebecca drawing material from several disparate sources. The album’s covers run the gamut from Buffalo Springfield’s ’60s protest classic “For What It’s Worth,” which has already topped several prominent radio charts as a single, to numbers associated with Brazilian maestro Antonio Carlos Jobim (“Corcovado” and “Waters of March”), the beloved singers Sade (“Maureen”), Bill Withers (“Just the Two of Us”), and reggae icon Bob Marley (“Waiting in Vain”). The collection also features a customized cornerstone of the modern classical canon, “Gymnopédie No. 1,” originally penned by the visionary Erik Satie and retitled here as “Till Now,” featuring newly written lyrics by Rebecca.

 

The variety of song topics addressed within Love Life Choices is as wide-ranging as the music itself, with some tracks directly speaking to vital issues facing contemporary society and others inspired by Rebecca’s recent marriage to her steadfast partner, Jonah. In addition to her interpretations of classics, the singer contributes three impactful tunes that she composed: “Side By Side” (co-written with Miles and beatboxer Butterscotch), “Summer Song (Electro Remix)” and the incendiary “Thoughts and Prayers,” with lyrics that could have been ripped from today’s headlines.

Each of Rebecca’s performances is richly textured, finely nuanced and sophisticated, reminiscent of artists who’ve been at it much longer than she has. Throughout the album, even as she glides easily from style to style, Rebecca Angel puts her own distinctive stamp on each track. “I never try to be someone I’m not.” She says, “the most important thing is believing in what you sing or play, because if you don’t believe it nobody else will.”

“[..] Vocalist Rebecca Angel whose pristine vocals are elegant and combined with an intoxicating tone and impeccable phrasing”

Brent Black, of Criticaljazz.com

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