97 Songs . 11 Releases . 6 Hours and 57 Minutes of Music

Limited Edition USB Flash Drive . Signed & Numbered by Sarah

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ALL of Sarah's Original Recordings!

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No one ever forgets the first time they hear Sarah's voice.

That's because regardless of whether you're a jazz buff or not, it immediately arrests you and holds your attention. Like a fine wine, you can't help but want more of it.

There's something soul-touching about the tone of her voice, the way she hits the notes, the interplay between the instruments of her talented sidemen and the haunting melodies of her original songs that put you instantly in another world where you quickly forget what you were supposed to be doing and lose yourself in the pure emotion of her music.

Whoever you are and whatever kind of music you like, you owe it to yourself to at least have a listen to Bright Lights and Promises.

Rarely, if ever, does a song hit you like a ton of bricks like that. It somehow manages to whisk you away and actually make you feel like you're mingling with high society on the top floor of a skyscraper in New York City.

Even if you've never visited a jazz club and aren't all that into the genre, you'll instantly gain a newfound appreciation for what makes this kind of music so special and rare.

Sarah's music and voice truly stand out like a beacon of light in a world of auto-tuned, soulless pop music. It'll snap you out of your trance and make you feel like you're alive again in a world that has lost its way.

Sarah is widely known for her interpretations of the Great American Songbook as well as for writing her own compositions.

She was an actress until one fateful night in 1994 when she accepted a dare at a karaoke night at the Improv in Los Angeles and sang Gershwin's "Summertime.” The impromptu performance caught the ear of a booker, who promptly hired her to perform in a concert with top tier L.A. jazz musicians.

Her acting and voiceover work has been featured in over 20 movies and TV shows including "Risky Business" with Tom Cruise, "My Little Pony: The Movie", `"My Little Pony" the series (Generation 1), and "Defenders Of The Earth."

She has worked alongside legends Doc Cheatham, Bucky Pizzareli, and Frank Wess.

This special, limited edition collection presents her life's work in music.

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This Complete, Classic Collection Includes:

BLAME IT ON MY YOUTH

Each note on this album of 14 jazz standards is wrought with emotion, yet Sarah's delivery seems effortless. In many ways, it’s like listening to the waves as they come crashing on shore—there’s a certain expectation of what’s to come, but the real fun is found in the unpredictability. Many of the songs showcased here, such as “Come Rain or Come Shine,” “Just One of Those Things,” and “This Can’t Be Love,” are given new melodies, rhythms, and cadences—and the results are utterly delightful.
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BRIGHT LIGHTS & PROMISES:
REDEFINING JANIS IAN

Sarah reimagines a collection of songs by the famed folk artist, Janis Ian, whose hits “At Seventeen” and “Society’s Child” have resonated with listeners for many decades. While respecting Ian’s moldies and lyrics, Partridge saw evidence of jazz roots in much of her writing and, along with arranger Allen Farnham, created inspired paths to presenting the songs in a jazz environment. The album contains thirteen selections both old and new, popular and unheard, dating from the late 1960’s to the present, including two new originals co-written by Partridge and Ian – “Somebody’s Child,” and “A Quarter Past Heartache,” which features them both on vocals.
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I NEVER THOUGHT I’D BE HERE

A dazzling interpreter of classic and popular standards over twenty-year career, Sarah Partridge introduces her own collection of songs on “I Never Thought I’d Be Here.” While influenced greatly by traditional standards, her lyrics point to more modern themes as she explores the moods and textures of life, ranging from dark to joyous. She is joined by her long-standing working band of distinguished New York musicians—pianist and arranger Allen Farnham, bassist Bill Moring, drummer/percussionist Tim Horner, Paul Meyers on guitar, Scott Robinson on saxophone and flute, and trombonist Ben Williams.
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I’LL BE EASY TO FIND

Partridge released her debut “I’ll Be Easy to Find” in 1998, a widely acclaimed album (“She’s a pleasure to hear in any emotional guise, whether one of regret or exaltation”—Billboard Magazine) featuring veteran jazz greats Frank Wess, Bucky Pizzarelli and Gene Bertoncini.
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YOU ARE THERE:
SONGS FOR MY FATHER

Sarah Partridge dedicated You Are There to her late father. She performs songs that he loved, tunes he might have loved, and numbers that she wished she could have sung for him. Daniel May leads the rhythm section with Tony De Paolis and and Jeff Grubbs alternating on bass and guest appearances by trumpeter Sean Jones.
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PERSPECTIVE

Sarah Partridge's album, “Perspective,” follows three previous vocal recordings that mark the second half of her dual career as actor and singer. On this offering, Partridge performs a collection of standards, with pianist Daniel May, that is as fresh and solid as Partridge's perfectly refined voice. The true beauty in Partridge's vocal delivery is her no-nonsense conservative approach to melody. She is much more a song stylist as opposed to a jazz singer, but then again, that is just semantics. Her interpretive gifts come closer to a Frank Sinatra or Barbra Streisand than a Mark Murphy or Betty Carter.
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SIDE BY SIDE

These three singles are currently only available on Sarah Partridge’s flash drive! These are her takes on “Sonho Meu,” “Stolen Moments,” and “When the Lights Are Low.” Each is filled with her silken vocals overlaid on some extraordinarily soothing bass.
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SONGS FROM THE MOVIE “CAHOOTS”

Everybody loves a good bonus, so why not get two? “Never Let Me Go” and “Wasted Days and Wasted Nights” can only be found in this collection! Sarah was featured in this film as …..a jazz singer!
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PORTRAITS OF WISDOM

Compositions on this forthcoming album will be originals written by Partridge and other well-known Jazz artists. The pieces will portray notable women who, through the ages, have left their mark in science and technology. Their personalities and accomplishments will be evident in each piece. There is artistic and educational value to this project in that it is an original jazz work as well as an inspiring piece of information for young women, STEM Organizations, and the general public. A couple of examples of these musical portraits with working titles are:

“Sky Sweeper”: Maria Mitchell. When astronomy was considered a “feminine” hobby, Maria became the first important female astronomer and advocate for women’s rights in the mid-1800s. She describes the bliss she felt “sweeping the sky” (stargazing). She reported “Miss Mitchell’s Comet” in 1847.

“A Double Life”: Hedy Lamarr. An immensely popular movie star known for her beauty. She co-invented a secret communications system that became the technical backbone of wireless operations. In one lifetime she lived two very opposite lives.
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LOST AND FOUND

With pianist Ted Brancato, Partridge interprets these tender songs written by her friends and colleagues, Ben and Susan Williams. She hopes to record more of their material in the future.
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RANDOM SINGLES

Here is a delightful trio of songs that are currently offered only in this collection! These singles are part of an album in the making during the pandemic. Sarah and bassist Bill Moring have been recording their parts separated in their home studios. There will be a total of 10 singles…one released each month until the album is completed. Here are the first 3! “Better Times Will Come” was written this year by Janis Ian in response to the pandemic. She invited her musician friends to create their own versions of this song. Sarah answered the call. “I’m Glad There Is You” and “Key Largo” are bonus tracks from the album “I Never Thought I’d Be Here”. They have never been released.
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What Others Have To Say:

 ““She’s a pleasure to hear in any emotional guise, whether one of regret or exaltation.”
-Billboard Magazine

“Expansive and memorable melodies grounded with impressive arrangement and performance chops.."
-All About Jazz

"Dazzling...one of the most talented jazz vocalists on the scene today."
-Improvijazzation
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