山形瑞秋 Rachael Yamagata《9CD》2003-2016/FLAC+APE/BD

Rachael Yamagata(1977年9月23日出生)是美国弗吉尼亚州阿灵顿市的美国歌手兼钢琴演奏家。她在Bumpus乐队开始了自己的音乐生涯,之后成为了独奏歌手,并发行了五张EP和四张录音室专辑。她的歌曲出现在许多电视节目中,并且与杰森•玛兹(Jason Mraz),瑞德•米勒(Rhett Miller),明亮的眼睛,瑞安•亚当斯(Ryan Adams),“嘟嘟”(Toots)和“五月人”(Maytals)和雷•拉蒙塔涅(Ray Lamontagne)合作。

早期生活和教育
她出生于日本,美国的父亲和一个意大利 – 德国妈妈。Yamagata毕业于Holton-Arms学校(需要引文),并曾就读于西北大学和Vassar学院。

职业
Yamagata成为芝加哥乐队Bumpus 的主唱,并在乐队度过了六年的巡回演出,写作和录音之后,于2001年离开,开始了个人生涯。2002年9月,她与Arista的Private Music 达成了两张唱片的交易,她的同名EP由Malcolm Burn制作,Rachael Yamagata EP于10月发行。她的第一个完整专辑,偶然,随后在2004年专辑通过产生约翰·阿拉格娅在罗盘点工作室。在2003年至2005年之间,山形曾在纽约演出过Amoeba Records 和The HotelCafé等场馆。好莱坞。

山形是精选的专辑真爱由图茨和Maytals,从而赢得了格莱美奖,2004年最佳雷鬼专辑,并展示了许多著名的音乐家,包括威利·纳尔逊,埃里克·克莱普顿,杰夫·贝克,三分球阿纳斯塔西奥,格温·史蒂芬尼 / No Doubt的,本·哈珀(Ben Harper),邦妮·雷特(Bonnie Raitt),马努·赵(Manu Chao),《根源》,瑞安·亚当斯(Ryan Adams),基思·理查兹(Keith Richards),图茨·希伯特(Toots Hibbert),保罗·道格拉斯(Paul Douglas),杰基·杰克逊(Jackie Jackson),肯·布斯(Ken Boothe)和Skatalites。

Yamagata与Mandy Moore一起巡回演出,并为Moore的2007年专辑Wild Hope演唱了一首歌。

在2008年5月,山形发行了三首歌曲EP,即Loose Ends。她的第二张全长专辑《大象…牙齿沉入心脏》于2008年10月发行。 Billboard认为这张专辑的音调比其前任更暗沉。当月,她的两首歌曲现场录音录像带出现在LiveDaily Sessions中,并演唱了歌曲“ Faster”和“ Sunday Afternoon”。 2009年4月,山形在电视剧《一生难忘》中演唱了自己的歌曲《大象》。]

Yamagata通过Pledgemusic在2011年秋季以数字方式发行了一张新专辑。她的第三张录音室专辑切萨皮克(Chesapeake)于2011年10月通过Frankenfish Records发行。 2012年,山形发行了她的下一张EP,名为Heavyweight。山形出现多次作为嘉宾歌手的其他艺术家包括:贾森·玛耶兹的‘你收到我的信息?’,‘萤火虫’和‘信徒’,由瑞德·米勒,上图茨和的Maytals的专辑True Love,Ray Lamontagne的歌曲“ Barfly” 以及Ryan Adams的《Cold Roses》中的几首歌曲专辑。她为“ 亮眼 ”专辑“ 卡萨达加”中的六首歌曲配乐。 Yamagata为前Luscious Jackson成员Jill Cunniff的歌曲“ Kaleidoscope”贡献了写作,键盘和人声。Yamagata还在30 Rock的情节“ Kidney Now! ”中进行合奏表演。电影Dear John的配乐以Yamagata与Dan Wilson的二重唱《 You Take My Troubles Away》为特色。她还演唱翻唱专辑中的Muppets歌曲“ 我要在某天回去 ” ,Muppets:绿色专辑。

Yamagata再次与PledgeMusic合作发行了她的专辑《Tightrope Walker》,该专辑于2016年9月23日发行。她还提供了Happenstance的数字声音版本作为认捐奖励。

个人生活
山形有一个双胞胎兄弟本治。她的同父异母兄弟乔什·鲁宾(Josh Ruben)是CollegeHumor的演员和导演。

Rachael Yamagata (born September 23, 1977) is an American singer-songwriter and pianist from Arlington, Virginia. She began her musical career with the band Bumpus before becoming a solo artist and releasing five EPs and four studio albums. Her songs have appeared on numerous television shows and she has collaborated with Jason Mraz, Rhett Miller, Bright Eyes, Ryan Adams, Toots and the Maytals and Ray Lamontagne.

Early life and education
She was born to a Japanese-American father and an Italian-German mother. Yamagata graduated from the Holton-Arms School[citation needed] and attended Northwestern University and Vassar College.

Career
Yamagata became the vocalist for the Chicago group Bumpus and spent six years touring, writing and recording with the band before leaving in 2001 to begin a solo career. In September 2002, she obtained a two-record deal with Arista’s Private Music and her self-titled EP produced by Malcolm Burn, Rachael Yamagata EP was released in October. Her first full-length album, Happenstance, followed in 2004. The album was produced by John Alagía at Compass Point Studios. Between 2003 and 2005, Yamagata played venues such as Amoeba Records and The Hotel Café, both in Hollywood.

Yamagata was featured on the album True Love by Toots and the Maytals, which won the Grammy Award in 2004 for Best Reggae Album, and showcased many notable musicians including Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Trey Anastasio, Gwen Stefani / No Doubt, Ben Harper, Bonnie Raitt, Manu Chao, The Roots, Ryan Adams, Keith Richards, Toots Hibbert, Paul Douglas, Jackie Jackson, Ken Boothe, and The Skatalites.

Yamagata toured with Mandy Moore and contributed a song to Moore’s 2007 album, Wild Hope.

In May 2008, Yamagata released a three-song EP, Loose Ends. Her second full-length album Elephants…Teeth Sinking Into Heart was released in October 2008. Billboard characterized the album as much darker and sadder in tone than its predecessor. That month, her two-song live acoustic video performance appeared on LiveDaily Sessions and featured the songs “Faster” and “Sunday Afternoon”. In April 2009, Yamagata performed her song “Elephants” on the television drama One Life to Live.

Yamagata digitally released a new album in the fall of 2011 through Pledgemusic. Her third studio album Chesapeake was released through Frankenfish Records in October 2011. In 2012 Yamagata released her next EP called Heavyweight. Yamagata has appeared numerous times as a guest vocalist for other artists including: Jason Mraz’s “Did You Get My Message?”, “Fireflies” and “The Believer” by Rhett Miller, on Toots & the Maytals’s album True Love, the song “Barfly” by Ray Lamontagne, and several songs on Ryan Adams’ Cold Roses album. She contributed vocals to six songs on the Bright Eyes album Cassadaga. Yamagata contributed writing, keyboards and vocals to the song “Kaleidoscope” by Jill Cunniff a former member of Luscious Jackson. Yamagata also performs with an ensemble cast on the 30 Rock episode “Kidney Now!” The soundtrack for the film Dear John features the song “You Take My Troubles Away”, Yamagata’s duet with Dan Wilson. She also performs the Muppets song “I’m Going to Go Back There Someday” on a cover album, Muppets: The Green Album.

Yamagata again partnered with PledgeMusic for her album Tightrope Walker, released on September 23, 2016. She also offered an acoustic digital version of Happenstance as a pledge reward.

Personal life
Yamagata has a twin brother, Benji. Her half brother, Josh Ruben, is an actor and director for CollegeHumor.

专辑列表:
2003 – EP [EP]
2004 – Happenstance
2005 – Live At The Loft & More [EP]
2008 – Elephants…Teeth Sinking Into Heart (2CD)
2008 – Loose Ends [EP]
2011 – Chesapeake
2012 – Heavyweight [EP]
2016 – Tightrope Walker

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