John Aram Brings The Past To Life


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Composer, arranger and musician John Aram unveils fascinating new single, "Flow My Tears," a stunning adaptation of a 17th century song by John Dowland.

Aram's name will familiar to many for his accomplished work across the jazz world, having collaborated with some of the best, including celebrated saxophonist Tim Garland, with whom Aram co-leads The United Underground Orchestra . A graduate of London's Royal Academy of Music, Aram has also worked with numerous high profile orchestras, composing for television and radio. His musical calibre is beyond question, which makes Aram the perfect person to undertake this fascinating project.

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On "Flow My Tears," which features mesmerizing vocals by Ayanna Witter-Johnson, Aram paints a dreamy, hypnotic soundscape with beguiling depth. Highlighting the long tradition of popular music in England, Aram has brought this compelling composition right up to date. Fans of traditional music will love it, but the track, with its smooth, R&B/soul feel, appeals equally to modern ears.

This is a song fashioned with love and respect by a master arranger, backed by some of the brightest talents in the contemporary scene.

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October 11, 2021 6:21am ET by Quite Great  

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