Lost but not least! Martha Cinader – Living It (Victor Simonelli 8th Dimension Mix) (Liquid Sound Lounge)
A tireless activist, Jeannie Hopper wore countless hats in the NYC (Jazz) House scene by the end of the 90’s. Presenting a weekly radio show, promoting artists… She also launched her own label, Liquid Sound Lounge, at the time. With poetess Martha Cinader being the first artist she signed as a matter of fact…
Hopper hooked up with Sabine Worthmann on bass and Tony Edwards on drum & key. Together, they layered the jazzy atmospheric ‘Living It’ back in 1997. A cut which eventually borrowed fragments of Space‘s deep ‘Carry On, Turn Me On’. Victor Simonelli coming up soon after with a slightly smoother approach.
Quite surprising at the end how this gem by the likes of Space, although released as a B-side, ended up influencing so many people along with time. From Arnold Jarvis (‘Love of My Life’) to Moodymann (‘In Loving Memory’) among others.
Needless to say you don’t wanna miss this. Even more than 20 years after…
A poet and a recording artist, Martha Cinader stands among those who gave shape to an exciting Jazz not Jazz scene in New York by the second half of the 90’s. Together with Jeannie Hooper, Sabine Worthmann and Henrich Koebberling, she contributed making the days of places such as the SOB, the Knitting Factory or The Tunnel. Touring at events like the Panasonic Village Jazz Festival and at places such as Hamburg’s famous Mojo.
Martha Cinader only released a handful of jams though, beginning with ‘Living It’. With her latest collaboration being with the Pound Boys on ‘Lasting’ back in 2000.
Currently living in Greenville, SC with her husband and three sons, Martha blogs about being a virgin homesteader, among other things.
She has released 3 books so far. ‘When The Body Calls’, ‘American Authors Unplugged’, and ‘Dreamscape: Real Dreams Really Make A Difference’. Meawnhile her forthcoming novel, ‘Marvelina’, is a fairytale for grown women. [More info…]