jessica lauren four


The much anticipated debut album from Jessica Lauren Four has landed! Fusing blues and soul, jazz and Afro-Cuban rhythms, it’s an absolute monster of a release.

As well as her own releases on labels like Soul Jazz Records and M.E.L.T 2000, Jessica’s keyboard skills have augmented the live performances and studio recordings of world renowned artists such as Jean Carne, Tom Browne, Dexter Wansel and James Mason, Japan’s United Future Organisation, UK soul diva Juliet Roberts, as well as Jessica currently being a core member of Nick Woodmansey’s space jazz outfit Emanative.
Jessica Lauren Four is an intoxicating cocktail of her many diverse influences including blues and soul, jazz and Afro-Cuban rhythms, combined with ambient dance music, always interesting, absorbing and surprising.
Highlights of the collection include White Mountain which is a spell binding and hypnotic blend of 21st century jazz sensibilities, combined with ambient dance music minimalism and is a first rate lesson in the ‘less is more approach’ to music making.
Renowned vocal sensation Jocelyn Brown makes two contributions on the album, the first being the rolling, rhythm & blues romper stomper Happiness Train, Joycelyns second appearance on this collection, I Believe is gospel influenced soul with Jessica’s tender piano and organ work underpinning Jocelyn’s quite outstanding and touching vocal performance.

the album is available now on cd and vinyl on freestyle records and/or download on juno or i tunes

Jessica Lauren has created a mix for the Freestyle Records Mixcloud page to celebrate the release of the album. It includes a few tracks from the album, as well as some of Jessica’s inspirations and favourite tracks…


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