Music Review: Lourdes Duque Baron Covers “Private Dancer” in a Jazzy Track — A Tribute to Tina Turner, the Queen of Rock and Roll
First recorded by British rock band Dire Straits, it was written by the group’s lead vocalist Mark Knopfler and produced by John Carter for Tina Turner’s fifth solo album released in October 1984, that turned Turner’s career racing to its peak in an unbelievable speed.
“Private Dancer” was also covered in 2015 by Canadian musician Peaches in Piano version and by British song writer Meshell Ndegeocello released in 2018 — the same year Fil -Am crooner Lou Baron released her track version of “Private Dancer” in a Jazzy beat, focusing on her unique alto voice.
Artist: Lourdes Duque Baron
Track: “Private Dancer”
Label: Timeless Entertainment LABEL- Inc.
Wether working with music polymaths Hagay Mizrahi or Andrew Lane in Los Angeles, Lou Baron has been releasing teasing tracks done by musical icons from different timelines and eras paying tribute to them,
through out her singing career with a few originals every now and then, quickly followed by her unique style and voice — making the songs she croons her own.
Turning into a soul and jazz heroine in “Private Dancer” in this new version, Lou may catch the drift of some contemporary jazz and soul crowd young and old, rendering her version once more to a captured audience online or on vinyl in a refreshing style.
Lou’s version of “Private Dancer” has a jazzy, soul with a little bit of rock into it — a smoother listening pleasure, when one just wants to literaly listen to an 80’s song done in a new version.
Lou Baron’s songs are available in 34 online stores and applications including Spotify, Apple music, Sound Cloud and more. to listen to “Private Dancer” click here: 👇👇