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It Had To Be You

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Pippa Hayes: It Had To Be You

   Purchase your copy of the Pippa Hayes album
It Had To Be You

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Pippa Hayes: It Had To Be You

Reviews

Listen to What Some People are saying about Pippa Hayes…

“Hayes has a coy and coquettish voice, lazy and sensual as Quaaludes and honey ... this singer has great things to say and the chops to say them” – AllAboutJazz

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(AllAboutJazz.com is a 9-timewinner of the prestigious Jazz Journalist Association Award, and is the world’s highest ranking jazz website and it’s content appears weekly in Spinner.com)

C. MICHAEL BAILEY - senior contributor (All About Jazz – since 1997) and one of the most knowledgable guys when it comes to vocal jazz!

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“There is impressive range in her singing; not only can she vividly reflect the feelings of the lyrics but she does so with a painter’s eye for imagery. You can visualize the scenes in the songs; her vocals act like a camera in your imagination, unreeling black-and-white scenes photographed from the heart” – INK19

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Dan Barnett, Anthony Kable, Jeremy Borthwick, Roy Ferrin - Pippa Hayes recording session James Morrison studios

Recording session for Pippa’s album at James Morrison Studios, the trombone section: Dan Barnett, Anthony Kable, Jeremy Borthwick, Roy Ferin with George Golla conducting

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“A debut album can be a hit or miss affair, an artist can either choke from the pressure or smack a home run. In the case of Australian vocalist Pippa Hayes, the result is a grand slam.” – MUSIC INDUSTRY NEWS

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    Richie Belkner at Free Energy Device Studios (Sydney)

    Richie Belkner - Free Energy Device Studio

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    Album Produced by : Richie Belkner at Free Energy Device Studio (Sydney)

    Mastered by: Oscar Gaona at Studios 301 (Sydney)

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    Musical arrangements – George Golla