Madeleine Peyroux records her sixth album : ‘Standing on the Rooftop’ for Decca (2011)

Madeleine Peyroux’ ‘Standing on the Rooftop’ is her sixth studio album recorded in February, 2011 and released on June 14, 2011 by Decca.

Track Listing : 1.Martha My Dear (John Lennon, Paul Mccartney) – 02:32 . 2.The Kind You Can’T Afford (Madeleine Peyroux, Bill Wyman) – 03:59 . 3.Leaving Home Again (Madeleine Peyroux, Bill Wyman) – 03:35 . 4.The Things I’Ve Seen Today (Madeleine Peyroux, Jenny Scheinman) – 03:44 . 5.Fickle Dove (Madeleine Peyroux, Jenny Scheinman) – 03:28 . 6.Lay Your Sleeping Head, My Love (Marc Ribot, W. H. Auden) – 03:23 . 7.Standing On The Rooftop (David Batteau, Madeleine Peyroux) – 05:46 . 8.I Threw It All Away (Bob Dylan) – 03:15 . 9.The Party Oughta Be Comin’ Soon (Madeleine Peyroux) – 05:00 . 10.Superhero (Jonatha Brooke, Madeleine Peyroux) – 03:21 . 11.Love In Vain (Robert Johnson) – 03:40 . 12.Don’T Pick A Fight With A Poet (Madeleine Peyrouxandy Scott Rosen) – 04:28 . 13.Meet Me In Rio (Madeleine Peyroux) – 03:51 . 14.Ophelia (David Batteau, Madeleine Peyroux) – 05:12 . 15.The Way Of All Things (Madeleine Peyroux) – 04:02


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Musicians : Madeleine Peyroux – Vocal . Christopher Bruce – Guitars . Charley Drayton – Drums . John Kirby – Keyboards . Meshell Ndegeocello – Bass . Glen Patscha – Keyboards . Mauro Refosco – Percussion . Marc Ribot – Guitars . Jenny Scheinman – Violin . Allen Toussaint – Piano . Patrick Warren – Keyboards

Production : Produced By Craig Street . Greg Calbi – Mastering . Matthew Cullen – Engineer, Mixing . Kevin Killen – Mixing . Tony Maserati – Mixing

Package : Rebecca Meek – Graphic Design . Pat Barry – Creative Director . Mary Ellen Mark asterisques RVM – Photography . Keith Sirchio – Photography

Recorded In February, 2011.

Released On June 14, 2011 By Decca.

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Paste
They take her further out of her default jazz sound and into rootsy Americana, lending the songs a feathery melancholy that lacks the punch of jazz or the specificity of roots. […]

PopMatters
Madeleine Peyroux is an artist literally without her own voice. Borrowing from one source heavily and dabblingly from myriad sources, her Standing on the Rooftop is the sound of nothing so much as hip confusion. […]

The Guardian
Peyroux negotiates with her delicate control of small soundsand complements with a rougher and more worldly quality that goes back to the early jazz and blues methods she understands so well. […]

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