Out on the 22nd of February, 2022, Comes Love is an acoustic cover of the 1939 jazz standard. Featured on the new recording is Alison Marae on vocals and Wil Forbis on guitar. Available on all steaming platforms.
Alison Marae’s debut album, My Heart Can’t Take It was nominated for a San Diego Music Award in 2014. Alison produced the album and penned four of the six songs on the album. Several jazz standards are included on the album from the 1930’s. It features Alison Marae on vocals, piano and ukulele, Wil Forbis on guitar and melodica, Harley Magsino on double bass, Sky Ladd on piano and piano arrangement, Brian Demeulle on drums and Don Shaffer on flugelhorn. Released on independent label, Dizzy with a Dame Records. The album is available on Amazon, Spotify and on all streaming platforms.
What people are saying
Modern day music that harkens back to yesteryear, circa the 1920’s through the late 1950’s, jazzy as well as beautifully played and sung. Centered around Marae’s close mic’d voice and ukulele…it’s Marae’s voice that is the star attraction here. There is a melancholy air to the material here, with the title track in particular approaching torch song territory.Bart Mendoza/ San Diego Troubadour
A warning to all those listeners wearing heart “pacemakers’, switch off immediately, this song will triple your heart rate it is so good. But listen anyhow … for me, it is worth the risk.
Alison has a beautiful voice and it was an absolute delight to watch her in her element.
Alison Marae’s beautiful soothing voice took us back in time. The whole band was just so in sync…I couldn’t stop smiling.
Alison and Wil should be headlining the O2 Arena!
Alison’s voice is really amazing (we bought two of her CDs)…her band members were great…and we are her newest fans!
Lovely sultry voice & intimate jazzy sound!