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John Finbury's 'Look At What A Mess You Made Of Me' makes NPR - New Music Friday: Top Albums for Sept. 10

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From NPR - All Songs Considered.....We've also got new music from NPR's Tiny Desk producer Bobby Carter who joins Alt.Latino's Felix Contreras and Annamaria Sayre, contributor Christina Lee, WXPN's John Morrison, contributor Cyrena Touros and NPR Music's Stephen Thompson, along with host Robin Hilton, as they share their picks for the best albums out on Sept. 10.

New Music Friday: Top Albums Out On Sept. 10 includes; "Look At What A Mess You Made Of Me," the artistic collaboration between French Jazz prodigy Camille Bertault and Grammy and Latin Grammy nominated composer John Finbury. With lyrics by Ned Claflin, Patty Brayden and the composer, this music features Finbury's blend of Jazz and Vaudeville traditions with a nod to the "Roaring 20s", past and present. Following pandemic protocols, the pair kept recording basic, with just vocals and upright bass combined into something simply divine. "Look At What A Mess You Made Of Me" is the first single to emerge from this partnership. Thanks to

BOBBY CARTER

FELIX CONTRERAS

CHRISTINA LEE

JOHN MORRISON

ANAMARIA SAYRE

STEPHEN THOMPSON

CYRENA TOUROS

ROBIN HILTON