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It must be something in the air. Re-recording older material is now hip, even Taylor Swift is doing it. When Fay Victor decided to re-record 20 year old songs written by Victor and husband Jochem van Dijk, that came out of a process of playing them again over a few years with acclaimed cellist Marika Hughes and celebrated alto player Darius Jones at the 55BAR in the West Village. Re-recording these songs (and two brand new compositions) became clear as new sounds and possibilities arose in the 55 Bar performances, just as organic as the sounds that surrounded the barn Barn Songs was recorded in. Learn more about Barn Songs at www.northernspyrecs.com
“She’s essentially invented her own hybrid of song and spoken word, a scat style for today’s avant-garde.” -Giovanni Russonello, The New York Times