Recently I shared a free download of my song I’d Be a Fool with friends in a drive to sign you up on my email list. It’s funny to me that so many of you have expressed your surprise over my style, or the sound of my voice.
I get it…after so many years of hearing me claim “I’m a singer, yadda, yadda” you had probably prepared for the worst. I’m hoping it was a pleasant surprise for you to find out that hey, I’m not so bad after all. (I do try to over-deliver, which I furthermore try not to confuse with over-singing.)
I have to admit something, though. While I’d Be a Fool is one of my personal favorites (can you really have a favorite…songs are like kids, you know), Latin Jazz isn’t my typical style. In fact, I’m not quite sure what is. If you must know, I have always struggled with the question: What kind of music do you play? Ask me, and I’ll answer simply, “Good music.” Well, at least I like it, and that’s got to count for something.
So, I’ve created a sort of guide for you as you navigate your way through the Tina Sicre catalog of recordings. You’ll see, I have all kinds of flavors in my songwriting (more on that in an upcoming post). For now, here are my recommendations (BTW, you can stream these through my music player or download them from iTunes).
If you like Rock:
- Scarlet Letter (the Chocolate song)
- Small Day
- Too Late
- Perfectly Clear (rock-a-billy)
- Blues Parody
- All You Need to Know
- Sweet Memory
- Buying A Cake
- Hand Me Downs
And if you’re a kid under the age of 6:
- Felicity (complete with an inspirational solo on a mini-kids-piano)
While we’re here, how would you answer that question…”What kind of music do I play?” Also posed as “Who do you sound like?” Feel free to share in the comments. Thanks!