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Title - 'Take Two' [EP]
Artist - Noa Levy

Being a newcomer in the United States, Noa Levy looked for meaningful connections and opportunities to speak the universal language of music with like-minded people.

With a beautiful, rounded voice and a magnetic stage presence, Levy is a unique and charismatic female vocalist and performer who sings with a soulful sound across genres Jazz, Rock, Cabaret, Musicals, and Pop.

Over time, she found in Dillon Vado, Omree Gal-Oz and Dan Neville, wonderful partners and creative spirits keen on exploring and connecting.

Indeed, they showcase the fruit of their collaboration on this wonderful, truly delightful and uplifting new EP, Take Two (out now via Belle Records).

1. 'Don't Rain On My Parade'
2. 'I've Got You Under My Skin'
3. 'Social Call'
4. 'Someday My Prince Will Come'
5. 'Laura'

Each track is unique to it's participant and bridges their different cultures, music genres and influences, and means that from start to finish, Take Two is an album of pure, unadulterated musical brilliance.

Opening with the soft, and yet sultry 'Don't Rain On My Parade,' a song that's been around since 1964's musical 'Funny Girl,' she backs that up seamlessly with a deftly synthesized Frank Sinatra's 'I've Got You Under My Skin.'

Originally brought to our attention in the mid-'50s, the gently bubblin' vibraphone-enhanced 'Social Call' is yet another beautiful showcasing of what Levy can do and that's backed by 'Someday My Prince Will Come' (from Walt Disney's 1937 animated movie 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs').

A track that enables Levy to seriously, and rather magnificently re-orchestrate something that was already well known for being the one thing, so to speak, the EP rounds out on the pleasantly heartwarming ode, 'Laura.'

Digital Purchase Link

www.NoaLevyLive.com





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