Jamie Cullum plays ‘Losing You’, the title track from the full album out now on Impossible Ark Records:
‘What a superb track that is… It’s a really interesting record, more of a Rhythm and Blues, country-blues influence, as well as the jazz in there on this whole album. Beautifully produced, it’s a wonderful sounding record, it has some real eclectic moments on it… A really great step forward for Sara and I highly recommend you listen to the whole album.’ Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio 2, 30/06/15.
To listen to the R2 show online, please click here.
“She has the courage to take chances and her musical sense of adventure continually serves her well… her disciplined voice and innate style clearly mark Sara Mitra as a jazz singer of note” BluesBunny Reviews
“Her singing is always surrounded by an on point instrumentation… Playful character and beautiful vocals”Mos Eisley Reviews
“It touches us deep inside, it makes us dream and focus in that sublime sound of her voice… Beautiful.”B-Authentique
‘Losing You’ was also chosen as one of Bandcamp‘s “New and Notable Records” May 12th 2015: “Mitra’s sultry vocals shine on this rootsy, and occasionally bluesy, sophomore album of folk, jazz, and soul…”
Click here to pre-order the new Sara Mitra album ‘Losing You’ (Impossible Ark 2015) on vinyl and digital formats. Official release date May 11th 2015.
Launch gig with Sara Mitra 7tet at The Vortex Jazz Club, London, Sunday May 10th 2015, 8pm, £12 advance. Click here for full ticket information.
“A wonderful UK singerwho really hasaveryindividual soundand agreat choice of repertoireas well… I’ve been playing her on the show a lot, (I) reallylove her versions of standards and her original tunesas well. The music she has been creating withNostalgia 77over the past few years issome of my favourite British vocal jazz of recent times” Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio 2
Click here to read Sara Mitra interview by David Hennessy, The Irish World, 11th April 2015.
“Born to an Irish mother and Bengali Hindu father, Sara Mitra has a diverse heritage and range of influences. Combining folk, jazz and country, Sara saw her 2010 debut album April Song critically acclaimed and gain the support of major radio outlets, including BBC Radio 2 where Jamie Cullum is a massive fan. The music has also been successful internationally with responses in Japan, South Korea, New Zealand and USA to name a few. The album included Sara’s version of Black is the Colour and Sara tells us the follow-up which is set to be released next month, Losing You that includes her take on She Moves Through the Fair, has an Irish flavour running through it….”Click here to read more.
“Sixteen Miles” (S Mitra) Impossible Ark Records. Sara Mitra 7tet: Sara Mitra – vocals, Ross Stanley – organ, Rob Updegraff – e.guitar, James Allsopp – saxophone, Fulvio Sigurta – trumpet, Riaan Vosloo – bass, Tim Giles – drums, with Natalie Rozario – cello.