[ Koch Records / CD ]
Release Date: Tuesday 8 July 2003
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This American imported disc is a re-discovered gem, originally recorded in 2000. Norah performs vocals and piano on all tracks!
'New York City', the mini album from The Peter Malick Group featuring Norah Jones (5-time Grammy Award-winner) was recorded in September-October of 2000. The album has special meaning in the hearts of all who were involved in the project. Peter Malick, a respected blues singer/ songwriter and guitar player, walked into a club in New York City's Lower East Side and heard Norah Jones, a then 21-year old unknown singer. Over the next few months they became friends and a tour of New England Blues clubs culminated in these two recording sessions.
The title track "New York City (Such A Beautiful Disease)" was written by Peter Malick, who wrote 4 of the 7 songs for this EP. This mini-album was produced by Peter Malick and executive produced by Grammy Award-winner Hugh Fordin.
'New York City' features a cover of Bob Dylan's hit "Heart of Mine" and "All Your Love" which is a standard Chicago Blues song performed by Magic Sam.
Malick has played with a wide variety of performers throughout his recording career including: Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Earl Hooker, Johnny Young, Otis Spann, Big Mama Thornton and more.
1. New York City
3. Deceptively Yours
4. All Your Love
5. Heart Of Mine
6. Things You Don't Have To Do
7. New York City (radio edit)