Blue Shadows On
The Trail

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Sugar Moon

Break It To Me Gently

Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair

Blue Shadows On The Trail

Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter

I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry

The Lonesome Road

Don't Fence Me In

Katerina

Motherless Children

Tumbling Tumbleweeds

I've Always Been Crazy

Ramblin' Man

Fotografia

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Seraphina

Brigas Nunca Mais

Beautiful Boy

Azure

Fotografia

At Long Last Love

Wild is the Wind

Waters of March

This Time the Dreams on Me

Love Be Kind

Lost in the Stars

Spring is Here

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A Flower is a Lovesome Thing

Autumn Serenade

Blackbird (MP3)

Estate (MP3)

A Ghost of a Chance

New Day

Lazy Afternoon

So In Love

Skylark

Spring is Here

Summer Night

Tenderly (MP3)

Almost Blue

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Almost Blue (MP3)

I Remember You

Young and Foolish

Like Someone In Love

Stormy Weather

All of You

Comes Love (MP3)

From This Moment On

The Meaning of the Blues

Laura Crema

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Lover Man (MP3)

Deed I Do

Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't

Summertime

S'Wonderful

Blue Skies (MP3)

It Don't Mean a Thing

Willow Weep For Me

Comes Love

Honeysuckle Rose

Straight'n Up And Fly Right

Love For Sale

I'm Beginning To See the Light

Is You Is (live)

The Dreaming – A Personal Soundtrack

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The Thief

Numb

Apathy

Broken

Breaking Waves

Thank You

I' m so Scared

Being Blind

And Then There's Beauty

Uncommonly Real

Painted Birds

Engela

"All great jazz singers have at least three qualities in common. The first is that unique timbre that sets their voice apart. The second is the material they choose to sing. And the third is the fresh ideas and insights they bring to those songs. Laura Crema has all three in spades."
-CBC Radio

"Vancouver's Laura Crema has an ageless quality to her dry, dark Voice."        

Downbeat Magazine