Artist: Randi Tytingvag
Title: Red
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2009
Duration: 00:49:04
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/44,1kHz
Label: Ozella Music

A showcase of a unique jazz voice and enchanting original compositions — plus a sparkling Cole Porter standard thrown in for good measure — from an artist gifted in the nuance of cross-genre influenced writing, yet with the confidence to make her own jazz performance stand tall. “Red” is the third CD for Randi Tytingvg: in Norway she climbed the charts long ago. Maybe now she’ll find an audience in the rest of the world, she certainly deserves it.

Even when they’re not covering standards, many Nordic singers still sound standard today. Not so Randi Tytingvg from Stavanger. Just the way she wrenches a heartfelt Marilyn Monroe out of Cole Porter’s classic “My Heart Belongs To Daddy”, Chapeau! It sounds like Tom Waits stranded in Maghreb. And in her own compositions this amazing lady creates an irritatingly imposing mix of jazz, folk, cabaret, ballad, tango and ambient.


  1. Red Or Dead – 4:32
  2. Quiet Noise – 3:12
  3. My Heart Belongs To Daddy – 3:17
  4. Queen & King – 3:51
  5. Why – 5:18
  6. Mr. Barn – 4:43
  7. Song For Alice – 4:38
  8. Cohesion – 5:12
  9. Big In China – 4:04
  10. How Can You Know? – 4:57
  11. A Trip To The Moon – 5:28