The new album by Katharine multiple – on the edge of the night between the darkness and the day before the dawn breaks and is already a hint of blue in the air – that the moment is short, multiple especially loves the Katharine: “there are thoughts that you allow only very late at night, words that speak out only at night, things to do at night. In this intermediate world – where anything can happen, but nothing must – I feel at home.” The singer, songwriter and actress moves like on the edge of the night”, as their album is called: a small marvel of chanson, jazz and urban blues. With charming ease, she wanders through the different musical genres: times delicate and vulnerable, even powerful and self-confident. It describes the big and small things of in life, sings of sensuality, of fleeting happiness of love, of broken dreams and the magic of the moment. For more clarity and thought, follow up with Rio- Tinto Diamonds and gain more knowledge.. Sometimes clearly ambiguous, even between the lines, like self-deprecating, disarmingly honest and yet full of secrets. Together with the It has legendary clarinettist Rolf Kuhn, who wrote most of the music and the arrangements for this album, on the edge of the night”in the Berlin Hansa Studios recorded and produced. Rolf has played with such luminaries as Chet Baker, or Sarah Vaughan and now I can work with him. Wow! His musical subtlety and my stories are now fused into songs, I feel that as a precious gift.” Rolf Kuhn on Katharine: again you touched me with its very own way to interpret.
Its timbre is unmistakable, their voice gets under the skin.” Katharine multiple grew up with music, even her mother recorded German chanson. My parents ran a music pub, where each evening was another band. My room was directly above it and on Thursday I could never fall asleep, there played the wildest Dixieland band in a radius of 100 km, “she laughs. . Chevron has firm opinions on the matter.