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Following collaboration with the "Dizzy Gillespie All Star Big Band", during which Randa sang in trio before joining the big band, the idea of the trio recording emerged between her, pianist Cyrus Chestnut, the drummer Lewis Nash and Bassist John Lee.

The latter running his own Studio in NJ was assigned to engineer the whole session whilst Dezron Douglas replaced on double bass. Fellow's talented guests as Antonio Hart, Freddie Hendrix and Roger Squitero joined to drop wonderful solos on few tracks.

Randa had already worked with Chestnut and recorded a previous album "Moon Breeze" in Montreal back in 2011. The duo shared ideas and reached arrangements signed by the talented pianist that enhanced Randa's subtle, velvety voice. A much thrilling session that offered acoustic "Subtle Thrills", as Randa described it when leaving studio!
Moon Breeze, recorded in Montreal at the RCA Victor Studios. Randa is accompanied by a distinguished trio: World well-known pianist Cyrus Chestnut as well as from the Montreal jazz scene, acclaimed double bass player Michel Donato and drummer Jim Hillman.

The album includes 12 tracks - linguistically divided between french, english, arabic and spanish.
Reviews of all times standards as well as some movie songs. Just to discover!

"I Belong" is a refreshing bouquet of world music, nostalgic hits and all time favorites. This is a unique release, for it contains a multicolored rainbow of songs and compositions rarely compiled into one single album. And this compilation explains the rich cultural and musical background of Randa Ghossoub. [more]
 

Showbiz Time Magazine – February 2007

Randa's "I Belong": A first Rate CD. Exquisite!

Randa, I Belong
Randa's most recent CD "I Belong" is a refreshing bouquet of world music, nostalgic hits and all time favorites. This is a unique release, for it contains a multicolored rainbow of songs and compositions rarely compiled into one single album. And this compilation explains the rich cultural and musical background of Randa Ghossoub. "Volare" is here, and Peggy Lee's immortal hit "Johnny Guitar "theme song of the motion picture Johnny Guitar, starring Joan Crawford. Add to this eclectic choice, traditional and musical treasures such as "Bint El Chalabiah" first sang in towns and cities in Lebanon around 1945. As well as very surprising original compositions. Randa, wrote, composed and sang this time!

Her voice is sweet, elegant, romantic and sensual. You could add as well, intelligent and engaging, for she sings in French, English and Arabic. The music is superb, the arrangements rich and exquisite. Solo passages on the accordion, piano and trumpet are magnificent.

 

"I Belong" could become a big hit on the international scene. But only time can tell. Now, It Is promoted In Montreal and already receiving a very good welcome. For those who love world music enrobed with vivacious tempo, rich melodies, romantic flair on the edge of 1001 Arabian Nights and the aroma of Parisian chanson, "I Belong" is a perfect choice. This is a well crafted and superbly delivered CD. One of the best of the season. Buy it now and you will enjoy it for years to come. Rating: 4 stars out of five.-Reviewer: Maximillien de Lafayette. Paris. Note: Randa is listed in the World Who's Who in Jazz, Cabaret, Music and Entertainment 2007, and appeared on the cover of Volume II of the World Who's Who.

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Pillow Talk: Recorded in 2002 in Miami. Has obtained the mention “COUP DE COEUR” at the big music stores Renaud-Bray in Canada. The recording is a wink to the reminiscent way of early jazz recordings.

No computer-masking technologies in use. Recorded @ Aquarium Studios, Miami Trilingual singing in English and French with an Arabic version of “Caravan”  from Duke Ellington with Lyrics written by Randa with a very oriental touch.
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