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Chantal Chamberland-“The Other Woman”

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Chantal Chamberland-“The Other Woman”

Elegance comes in many forms, but you’ll find none so beguiling and bedazzling as Montreal’s own Chantal Chamberland. 2008 will be a break through year with Chantal’s highly anticipated 4th release, The Other Woman. Produced by Danny Greenspoon and distributed by Universal Music, Chamberland is backed by Canada’s top talent including Rob Piltch on guitar, Robi Botos on piano, Marc Rogers on bass and Mark McLean on drums. Guido Basso and Phil Dwyer also offer up some tasty treats.

Tracks include contemporary interpretations of: The Other Woman, Just for a Thrill, On The Street Where You Live, La Mer & By Your Side (previously recorded by Sade.)

Chamberland’s latest outing has her poised to make her mark and join the exclusive club of great Canadian jazz vocalists.

“With some of music’s most beloved standards as her canvas, this Quebec chanteuse delivers knockout performances that are as unforgettable as the singer herself!”

On previous albums, Chamberland has taken familiar classics as “Georgia On My Mind,” “Body And Soul” and “I’ve Got You Under My Skin”, and infused them with an indelible charm that is simply Chantal.

Although she has released three previous highly acclaimed albums of interpreted standards: 2002’s This Is Our Time, 2004’s Serendipity Street, a People’s Choice Award winner for Canadian recording of the year at the Hamilton Music Awards and 2005’s critically acclaimed Dripping Indigo, it is Chantal’s highly anticipated upcoming 4th release, that is the culmination of her life’s work, and the pinnacle of her evolution as a jazz singer.

“Chamberland salutes her Francophone roots with her knockout rendition of Edith Piaf’s soulful “L’hymne à l’amour,” it evokes an in-the-moment essence in which she clearly shines.”

Check out Chantal Chamberland bellow. The song is called “By Your Side”

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