Top Tune of the Week

Week of August 3, 2011
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Kendra Morris - All Night

I heard you were here
And then you disappeared
Last night
When they killed the light
Words we didn’t say
Our eyes that took us down to more
Then we were ready for
You came up behind me, grabbed my wrists in the dark
And said ‘don’t look at what you can’t see’
Now all night, all night
I’ve been looking for you all night

Imagine our excitement when Notable’s latest signings (with our partners at Wax Poetics) Kendra Morris and Jeremy Page headed into the studio to reinterpret Sam Phillips’ “All Night”…

The duo tackled the tune – keeping Sam’s lyrics out front and adding their own signature vibe to the track – transforming the song into a sultry classic R&B groove.

Kendra and Jeremy are currently in the studio finishing Kendra’s debut album of all new material which will be released by Wax Poetics Records in Spring 2012.

Puchase Kendra’s “All Night” on iTunes, Amazon, or wherever fine digital music is sold.

Visit Kendra Morris on the web to stream more music.

Here’s a fan-made YouTube video of Sam’s original version (which appears on 2004′s A Boot and a Shoe).

Contact & Licensing info:
Master controlled by Notable Music Co.
Written by Sam Phillips, Published by Eden Bridge Music (ASCAP), admin by Some Kind of Music, LLC, contact: info@notablemusic.net, http://notablemusic.net/licensing

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5 Responses to “Kendra Morris – All Night”

  1. Mikal says:

    I gotta say, I love the music in Kendra’s version, but I prefer Sam’s vocals, but both are still awesome! :)

  2. Parker says:

    Wow! I love Sam and now I love Kendra! Great cover!!!!!!!!

  3. Tom Kennett says:

    Like having both a Rolex and a Philip Patek and deciding which to wear.

  4. Duane says:

    Love it! Very different than my favorite artist Sam.

    Too bad amazon would not allow me to upload it since I am in Canada —- the great white north!

  5. DCCardwell says:

    Very nice! Sam’s songs are the kind of songs that in an ideal world would be much covered by all kinds of artists and this is a good example of how well they translate to a different interpretation! DC

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