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Basia

Basia

Basia


There is more than one artist or group with the name Basia. Polish singer Basia (Barbara) Trzetrzelewska (pronounced: Basha T'she-t'she-lev-ska), born September 30, 1954, in Jaworzno, made a successful music career in jazz-pop crossover circles during the late 1980s to the mid 1990s and the mid 2000s' and 2010s. Basia made an impression, particularly in the United Kingdom, United States, and Japan. She is noted for possessing a wide vocal range, approximately three octaves that span the contralto to soprano fachs Read more on Last.fm
There is more than one artist or group with the name Basia. Polish singer Basia (Barbara) Trzetrzelewska (pronounced: Basha T'she-t'she-lev-ska), born September 30, 1954, in Jaworzno, made a successful music career in jazz-pop crossover circles during the late 1980s to the mid 1990s and the mid 2000s' and 2010s. Basia made an impression, particularly in the United Kingdom, United States, and Japan. She is noted for possessing a wide vocal range, approximately three octaves that span the contralto to soprano fachs, and her music is characteristically Brazilian influenced. Though she has two platinum albums "Time and Tide" and "London Warsaw New York", to her credit and a faithful fan base, she dropped out of the industry in 1998.

However, resurfacing in 2004 with her longtime collaborator and writing partner, Danny White (younger brother of jazz guitarist Peter White) and Mark Reilly, the trio reformed the British cocktail-pop group Matt Bianco as the original lineup, which was met with critical success. A tour followed. In 2009, after a fifthteen years after the release of her third solo album, "The Sweetest Illusion", Basia released her fourth album, "It's That Girl Again." It was released on March 24, 2009. The lead single chosen for release in the U.S.

is "Blame It On The Summer." The other singles released from the album are "I Must", "A Gift" and "If Not Now Then When." The album became another Top 5 smash on the Top Contemporary Jazz chart where it so far as charted as high as #5. One year later, Basia kicked off a world tour including many dates in the United States. "Basia" is also the name of a folk band from Hamburg, Germany. The group existed in 1975. Their most popular members were Raymond Voss and Klaus Büchner, who later founded and Klaus & Klaus. This band created folk music interpretations of Edgar Allan Poe's work in German and performed this music in the Ernst Deutsch Theater, Hamburg.

Their most popular song is a version of Jimi Hendrix's song "Hey Joe" in Plattdeutsch. This song was published on the first Torfrock record "Dat Matscht So Schön" and is still performed today at their shows. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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