Remixes EP

A 3 track single () — released September 3rd 2007 on DO RIGHT! MUSIC

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Elizabeth Shepherd pushes the boundaries of what is considered conventional jazz, all the while creating a sound completely her own. From the Jazz Cafe in London, to the Cotton Club in Tokyo, Elizabeth has captivated audiences and critics on both sides of the pond. She was recently nominated for her first Canadian Juno in the Vocal Jazz Album of the Year category. Elizabeths debut album, Start to Move continues to receive critical acclaim and made it into the Top 3 Jazz albums of 2006 as voted by the listeners of the Gilles Peterson show on BBC Radio 1 Croatias Eddy Meets Yannah of Compost Records, turn ˜Just Getting By" out on a twisted brokenbeat tip but drench the track with layers of soulful keys giving it that warm, blessed out vibe. Prolific Toronto producer Alister Johnson takes the track ˜Circles" and completely reworks the entire song into a soulful, bumpin, jazz groove. He drops a deep and funky bassline, adds a dope hip-hop beat, some complex synths and new instruments including live saxophones performed by Arthur Kerekes. Tokyos Daisuke Tanabe of Fluid Ounce, known for his signature electronic bleeps and dubby beats, actually samples and loops Elizabeth humming at the beginning of crowd favourite ˜Georges Dilemma" and uses it as the bassline on this future-jazz remix.
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