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Album: "Liz"

1. The Days of Wine and Roses (Mancini) Arrangement: Liz Fletcher/Geoff Gascoyne

2. Joy (Niewood/ Fletcher)Arrangement: Liz Fletcher/Andy Panayi

3. Monsoon Call (Fletcher)Arrangement: Rob Baron/Horns Andy Panayi

4. Why? (Fletcher) Arrangement: Liz Fletcher

5. Hopscotch (Fletcher)Arrangement: Liz Fletcher/Geoff Gascoyne

6. Willow Weep for me/Things Ain't what they used to be (Ronell/Ellington/Parsons)Arrangement Liz Fletcher/Horns Andy Panayi

7. Early Autumn (Mercer/Herman/Burns)Arrangement: Alex Garnet

8. The end of a love affair (Redding) Arrangement: Geoff Gascoyne

9. Not to worry (Lincoln) Arrangement: Geoff Gascoyne

10. Develop a habit (Phillips) Arrangement: Geoff Gascoynet

11. Invitation (Kaper) Arrangement: Geoff Gascoynet

12. Bring it on Fletcher) Arrangement: Liz Fletcher


  • Liz Fletcher – Vocals
  • Geoff Gascoyne – Bass
  • Sebaastian de Krom – Drums
  • Gunther Kurmayr – Piano
  • Andy Panayi – Sax and Flute
  • Will Parnell – Percussion
  • Martin Shaw – Trumpet and Flugel Horn
  • Sukey Parnell – Photography and Artwork

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Review of 'Liz': John Fordham, The Guardian

British singer Liz Fletcher isn't as widely known on the UK jazz scene as Claire Teal, Anita Wardell, Trudy Kerr, or the doyenne Clare Martin. But if she has an undemonstrative style that makes light of her sophisticated technique, and inhabits a song with a stillness that can seem almost diffident, Fletcher is the real deal, and she doesn't copy anybody else. Those with edgier tastes should note that this is mostly a mainstream jazz set of standard songs and compatibly bluesy or Latin originals.

But Fletcher's inventiveness is clear on her own Why? She also brings a clear-sighted intelligence to Early Autumn and a hint of a soul singer's earthiness to Abbey Lincoln's Not to Worry. The arrangements – for a fine sextet including trumpeter Martin Shaw and saxist/flautist Andy Panayi, are a bit uneven, but the solos are good - particularly Panayi's flute breaks, which are highly attuned to his leader's walking-on-water style.