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Serendipity Street

by Chantal Chamberland

A dazzling Contemporary jazz artist sings it Sweet, Sassy, Sultry and Sad.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. It's You
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2. Time After Time
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3. Solitude
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4. Romance Me
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5. Cry Me A River
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6. Les Feuilles Mortes
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7. Cheek To Cheek
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8. Since I Fell For You
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9. God Bless The Child
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10. At Seventeen
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11. Crazy
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12. Across The Room
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13. Summertime
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14. At Last
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15. Faded Valentine
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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CHANTAL CHAMBERLAND NOMINATED -
FEMALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR - CANADIAN SMOOTH JAZZ AWARDS

SERENDIPITY STREET WINS
CANADIAN RECORDING OF THE YEAR BY PEOPLES CHOICE

" With her smoky, late-night-at-the-club vocal presence, Chantal Chamberland is like a singer from a different era - one from the days when standards by Gershwin and Berlin were pop songs of the moment and vintage jazz was the height of fashion. SERENDIPITY STREET is a showcase for the artist's passionate, velvety singing voice and her equally adept skills as a guitarist. Featured are a series of standards, pop covers and original pieces, which include soulful renditions of Billie Holiday's classic "God Bless the Child," Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time" and Willie Nelson's "Crazy." With each of these timeless torch songs, Chamberland proves herself as a singer with the chops to go up against the best of today's jazz innovators. You'll definitely want to check out this album if you are a fan of Diana Krall. "

Chantal Chamberland's latest CD, Serendipity Street, is a passionate labour of love... sweet, sassy, sultry and sad.

Not only does it revisit the standards, it offers intimate originals, some penned by Chamberland herself, others written as collaborative efforts.

A native of St. Lambert, Quebec, Chantal Chamberland was raised in Montreal on the music of Edith Piaf, Ella Fitzgerald and Artie Shaw. Eventually, she moved to Ontario to pursue her own musical dreams and, of equal importance, to learn how to speak English.

Chamberland launched her professional career as part of an acoustic folk-rock duo, performing at venues and festivals throughout North America. During these years, she was asked to share the stage with such notables as Sarah McLachlan and the Barenaked Ladies. She then took a brief sabbatical during which she began exploring new areas of music and experimenting in a genre that had always been close to her heart - Jazz. With that, she embarked on what promised to be the most gratifying adventure of her career.

Her first contemporary jazz release, This is Our Time, gave her the opportunity to meet new artists, play new venues and attract a new fan base. Both radio and retail immediately showed their support for this independent release and This is Our Time soon became a testament to her personal evolution.

A fan of Billie Holiday, Etta James, and Shirley Horn, among others, Chamberland's vocal delivery is so alluring that Canadian music critic, Nick Krewen, described her singing as "making love to her songs". It's precisely this technique, along with her captivating stage presence, that has made her musical transition to contemporary jazz artist so magical.

With the recent release of Serendipity Street, Chantal Chamberland has become a top-selling independent artist in Canada, while also garnering increasing support and amazing critical response south of the border. As a result, says the owner of International Records in Atlanta, Georgia, "Serendipity Street is one of the fastest selling CD's in our 20 year history."

Chantal Chamberland's latest burst of magic was her appearance at the prestigious Montreal International Jazz Festival, where she performed two exhilarating concerts for over 150,000 people. The audience was enthralled. They also recognized that the journey was just beginning; that there would be more magic ahead. So why not join Chantal as she sets out on her remarkable stroll down Serendipity Street?

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Wendie Donahue

Serendipity Street
First heard this in a small boutique and was intrigued. The salesperson checked and told me the name and artist. Although this is a large urban area, no one had it. I found Chantal Chamberland website and was directed to CD baby. I went to a bit of trouble to get it but am so glad I did. Sultry, smooth, captivating. Great for the car, or for the bedroom. lol.
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dugan

sultry and soooooooooo sexy...
Up in Arcata/Eureka, CA one weekend and discovered this CD. I like the sultry factor of this CD, the husky, slow and sexy voice of Chantal just had me going. Bossanova jazz usually does it for me, however, this CD gets a lot of playtime in my CD player. If your goal is to chill alone and enjoy quite moments or spend a sexy evening seducing your partner, then you can't go wrong with this CD.
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micki

Best Jazz CD I have heard
Chantal sings each song with passion and an intensity that is hard to find with other artists. Every song on this CD is a gem and I find myself listening to it over and over.
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Paul H. Lavoie

Wish I could afford to promote her. This CD is retirement for life income. Wow!
Another talented Canadian just waiting to make herself and others very rich and famous with this album.
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S. Perkins

D*mn good.
I went into a specialty store in downtown Atlanta looking for a violin CD and ended up staying for an hour because this was playing in there talking music with the owner. He liked my taste so much he gave me this CD, and it's become one of the most played in my collection. Even my girlfriend listens to it, and she never likes my music!
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jaqck d w

best i've heard in a long time
i bought this cd ...street; from a goodwill store in grand rapids michigan little did i know this would be my favorite
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David Stringer

Serendipity Street
Heard it first on at a restaurant in Americus, Georgia. Loved it enough then to ask the manager for details. Love it even more after hearing it again and again. Romantic!
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Debra

Best jazz Cd's
I first saw Chantal Chamberland at the Jazz Fest in Montreal. I immediately went and bought both of her cd's and have been playing them at least once a day ever since. I just purchased more to give to friends for Christmas. Looking forward to a third cd.
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doug welch

loved it and not a bad track to be found
loved the entire CD. I keep it in the car and when friends hear it they all immediately want to know who is the artist is and want to hear more.
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Chantal continues to please with her second CD. Whether a cover or an original tune, her sultry, smoky voice and hollow-body guitar accompaniment make each song her own.
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