Tif Ginn (from the album Moving Day available as a self-release)
Cool jazz is the calling card for Tif Ginn when the Canadian-based, Texas-born performer opens her recent release, Moving Day, with the slinky, late night noir of “Gone” while a Blue-tinge cradles the confession of “Pay for It” and rock’n’roll frames “Stones” in a backbeat to match the shifting musical tastes of the storyline. Tif Ginn whispers into the shuttle’s communication device as she guides “Rocketship” and lets her vocals glide like a leaf on water lazily drifting on the dreamscape currents of “Said It Before” as Moving Day puts effervescence in the bubbly Pop of the notes and harmony of “True & Kind”.
Life has placed Tif Ginn on the north shore of Lake Erie, the Ontario, Canada address shared with husband/musical partner, Fred Eaglesmith, and their family. The cool climes have had an effect on Tif Ginn with a northern exposure putting a slow freeze on an upbringing spent in Lone Star sunshine. Making lemons into anything liquid would just be another ice cube to contend with so Tif Ginn brightens her surroundings from the inside of a song. Moving Day picks up a Caribbean breeze in the island rhythms of “Saw You Again”, structures the marching movement of “Stay” with rigid drama, and heads out of “Houston” on a the pied-piper draw of a wandering tambourine while Tif Ginn fuels “Getaway Car” with Peggy Lee-laced vocals and a simmering groove.
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