Worrisome Heart - Melody Gardot

Worrisome Heart

Melody Gardot

  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 2007-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2007 Melody Gardot Under exclusive licence to Universal Classics and Jazz, a division


Title Artist Time
Worrisome Heart Melody Gardot 4:21 USD 1.29
All That I Need Is Love Melody Gardot 2:36 USD 0.69
Gone Melody Gardot 2:50 USD 1.29
Sweet Memory Melody Gardot 3:21 USD 1.29
Some Lessons Melody Gardot 5:23 USD 1.29
Quiet Fire Melody Gardot 4:12 USD 1.29
One Day Melody Gardot 2:02 USD 1.29
Love Me Like a River Does Melody Gardot 4:05 USD 1.29
Goodnite Melody Gardot 3:04 USD 1.29
Twilight Melody Gardot 1:01 USD 1.29


  • Love her!

    By Rich D
    This girl is the real deal...would love to hear a disc of her with all Standards ...same instrumentation!
  • Amazing.....

    By Winx club
    Melody Gardot's voice is absolutely stunning! She has such a soulful voice. I love her voice. She has an amazing gift. She is a very talented and strong woman. Her life story is incredible.
  • It is amazing...

    By Logixisbad
    ......how much Norah Jone sounds like Melody. :-) Will you people get a clue? Great singers are great because they have a skill and talent, not because you think they sound like someone else. Take the Black Eyed Peas. they sounded like crap at the Super Bowl because they sounded like crap, not because they sounded like someone else.
  • Melody Gardot

    By Mr Incredibone
    She has a mesmerizing voice-quality which I find so relaxing.
  • Melody Gardot's sultry jazz vocals are unobtrusive yet deeply affecting

    By Goodakm
    Melody Gardot's sultry jazz vocals are unobtrusive yet deeply affecting. Worrisome Heart, Gardot's first full length album, is the kind of record that you put on for ambient sound, but it's also the album you put on to steady an emotional crisis of the heart. For Gardot, love is real and terrifying. The fragility and urgency of life may be more apparent to Gardot, who survived a serious bicycle/car collision when she was a teenager; she was on the bike. The accident resulted in injuries that require her to use a cane, wear sun glasses all the time, and wear earplugs to treat her Hyperacusis/Tinnitus. She's walks on a fragile frame and has hyper-sensitive senses but the music she makes is sturdy and never overbearing. The musical styling shies away from sugary poppiness and cleaves hard to pure Jazz. The characters in her songs are venerable and exposed, but safe in the hands of Jazz which creates a community of exposed instruments and players. This is one of those rare works of art that meets you where you are and doesn't ask questions.
  • Smoky, Sultry and Sensuous

    By Travis McClain
    I first became aware of Melody Gardot when "Worrisome Heart" was a featured freebie from iTunes a couple years ago, and I knew when I first played it that I wanted to hear more from this remarkable young artist. I bought the rest of this album, and instantly fell in love with Gardot's laid back style. She writes (or at least, co-writes) her own material, and she's clearly very comfortable with the language of each song. Jazz isn't my background as a music listener, so I don't claim to be able to place her in any kind of all-time continuum. I just know that I've bought and heard an absolute ton of music over the years, and I know something special when I hear it. This is something special.
  • Quiet Fire

    By phyllisa
    That describes Melody's voice and allure perfectly. Softly smouldering and burningly soothing. Great for relaxing at home, a leisurely drive, before bedtime, mood music... And it's all topped off with an inspiring personal story. Excellent.
  • downright sexy.

    By [eminem] & [detroit tigers]
    all of these songs are just downright sexy. no matter what way you spin them. Melody has the coolest voice and i love all of the piano in the songs. My favorite songs are "Love Me Like A River Does" & "Worrisome Heart"
  • Lovely lady

    By I been waiting 4 so long
    I just love her voice and that layback jazz sound. When I listen to her it make me fixed a batch of martini and turn the light down very low
  • Worrisome Heart

    By AKRich
    Is Melody Gardot the successor to Shirley Horn? Her control, soft expressiveness and nuance point in that direction.

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