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|Product Title:||Jazz Them Up Once More (CD + DVD) Jazz Them Up Once More (CD + DVD) Jazz Them Up Once More (CD + DVD) Jazz Them Up Once More (CD + DVD) Jazz Them Up Once More (CD + DVD)|
|Singer Name(s):||Bianca Wu (Singer) 胡琳 (Bianca) (Singer) Bianca Wu (Singer) 胡琳（ビアンカ・ウー） (Singer) Bianca Wu (Singer)|
|Region Code:||All Region What is it?|
|Country of Origin:||Hong Kong|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Other Information:||CD + DVD|
|Package Weight:||150 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|Publisher:||LMC Music (HK)|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1034992634|
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胡琳Bianca Wu ＂Jazz Them Up Once More＂ CD+DVD
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胡琳2014重新演繹,4大天王10首經典名曲!!延續Jazz Them Up 全新靚聲專輯《Jazz Them Up Once More》! 2006年胡琳回港開始發展其歌唱事業，更將爵士和騷靈曲風帶進其廣東歌曲中，塑造了極具個人特式的曲風，得到廣大的音響發燒樂迷，及追求高質素音樂的知音者推崇至今發行過不少個人專輯，包括全英文經典爵士樂專輯《Bianca Sings Timeless》。曾獲頒獎項包括2006年IFPI最暢銷本地女新人。2010年推出的發燒天碟 《Jazz Them Up》專輯，不論口碑及銷量一致得到非常高的評價；更被業界及樂迷譽為新一代的”爵士小天后”。
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March 11, 2014
Hong Kong jazz is almost unheard of in local mainstream music, yet Bianca Wu is one of the few who has managed to open up the niche and expand it to even a younger generation of listeners. From her Mandarin Déjà Vu and English Bianca Sings Timeless to part one of the Jazz Them Up project, she is quickly gaining support and recognition for her role in the Chinese music world. Her latest work Jazz Them Up Once More strikes a perfect balance between jazz and pop, consolidating her place as a jazz singer in a market dominated by pop ballads.
Covering well-known songs from Hong Kong's Four Heavenly Pop Kings – Jacky Cheung, Andy Lau, Aaron Kwok and Leon Lai – the jazz queen boosts the marketability of her music by navigating effortlessly between pop and jazz, similar to what she has been doing in her last few releases including 2012's Bianza Sings Tess in which she reinterpreted Teresa Teng's classics.
Opening with Andy Lau's "Love Endlessly," Bianca turns a two-decade-old love song into a luring, sexy and stylish number with her raw, therapeutic voice backed by a new jazzy composition. Released again to great reception, the song has become a radio favorite just like when it first came out in the 90s.
Her version of the Jacky Cheung classic "Breaking Up On A Rainy Day Slow" is a quiet, romantic and sorrowful remake with a touch of ease and a head-to-toe makeover. You'll feel like holding your breath while the song is playing, because it is as if making a sound would take away the dreamy ambience and shatter Bianca's fragile voice into pieces.
Bianca's employing of pop singing techniques throughout the album is evident in the tracks "Feelings on the Fourth Night" and "Half Full Moon." Despite a rich saxophone and classical guitar composition, it seems to be a tall order for Bianca to entirely walk out of the shadows of these immensely popular 90s hits.
After tackling strong English jazz numbers, Bianca shows that she now has a good grasp of the taste of her fans and returns to more standard jazz arrangements in Jazz Them Up Once More. Compared with Jazz Them Up which also features some of the biggest Canto hits of all time, Jazz Them Up Once More shows Bianca has definitely let herself loose and presents her as a more mature jazz/pop singer. Having released numerous cover albums, Bianca will likely still stick to this direction in the near future before jazz can finally establish its ground in Hong Kong's music industry.