Cristina Morrison New Release: Impredecible – Voces de Mujer

Cristina MorrisonSinger/Actress Cristina Morrison Highly Anticipated New Release
IMPREDECIBLE – VOCES DE MUJER

Lena Burke, Mirella Cesa, Magos Herrera, Barbara Mendes and Consuelo Vargas
Miami – May 17 – Hoy Como Ayer / New York City – May 30 – Terraza 7
The inventive, exciting and passionate singer Cristina Morrison has released Impredecible: Voces De Mujer, (Unpredictable: women voices), an impressive re-interpretation of classic Latin American standards featuring magical pairings of vocal duets with Latin jazz arrangements by Misha Piatigorsky.

Cristina Morrison - Impredecible - Voces de MujerKnown as the Baroness, Cristina Morrison is a beautiful, talented and versatile singer, songwriter, actress and producer. She has a dark and smoky voice, sings in several languages, and has always had an equal feeling for songs from her mother’s homeland of Ecuador and American jazz. While she had previously made some impressive recordings, like Baronesa which was nominated for two Independent Music Awards in 2016, Impredecible:  Voces De Mujer is a homage to her Latin roots and is quite special.
For her third record, Cristina’s frequent collaborator pianist Misha Piatigorsky re-imagined and arranged 11 standards from the Latin American Songbook, giving them the rhythms and feel of modern Latin jazz. Cristina invited five illustrious female singers to join her on vocal duets which brought out the emotional intensity of the lyrics and resulted in mutually inspired performances.
Artist: CRISTINA MORRISON
Album: Impredecible, Voces De Mujer
Label: Baroness Records
Distributor: La Oreja Media Group
Released: March 8, 2019
Track listing:
  1. De Que Callada Manera
  2. Angel de Luz
  3. Dos Gardenias
  4. Inutil Paisagem
  5. La Gloria Eres Tu
  6. Te Extraño
  7. El Aguacate
  8. Eu Sei Que Voi Te Amar
  9. Sombras
10. Besame Mucho
11. En El Breve Espacio En Que No Estás
Musicians:
CRISTINA MORRISON: Vocals
MISHA PIATIGORSKY: Piano, Keyboards, Arranger, Producer
JOSE ARMANDO GOLA: Bass
LUDWIG AFONSO: Drums
SAMUEL TORRES: Percussion
SAM QUIGGINS: Cello
Featured guests:
LENA BURKE
MIRELLA CESA

MAGOS HERRERA
BARBARA MENDES
CONSUELO VARGAS
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