Triangle Luba Mason
- 1Bach, Stevie Wonder and Janelle Monae05:03
- 2Haled's Song About Love03:57
- 3Ticket to Ride05:09
- 4Waters of March04:27
- 6In Walked Bud03:49
- 9Say It05:23
- 1050 Ways to Leave Your Lover04:59
Info for Triangle
Vocalist Luba Mason’s as comfortable acting on stage as she is singing in a vocal booth, and equally adept at interpreting Brazilian music as she is reassessing chart-topping Stateside hits.
In a move that almost seems like the inverse of Marilyn Manson covering the Eurythmics, Mason’s including a take of “Toxicity” by System of a Down on Triangle, her upcoming album set for release on Oct. 23.
On a program of covers spanning Czech chanson, Colombian pop and a Beatles classic, Mason employs a novel instrumentation for Triangle, her vocals supported only by vibraphonist Joe Locke and bassist James Genus.
“I was looking for a real unexpected tune to challenge this lineup,” Mason said in an email to DownBeat. “This heavy metal song by System of a Down with a jazz chart fit the bill.” (Down Beat)
Luba Mason, vocals
Joe Locke, vibraphone
James Genus, acoustic and electric bass
Samuel Torres, percussion
Produced by Renato Neto
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