Singer Ana Gracey boasts an incredible artistic pedigree and has been singing, songwriting and recording since she was a little girl. Her mother Barbara Thompson is one of the world’s leading female saxophonists and her father is drummer Jon Hiseman, who, from 1969 to 1978, led three pioneering Jazz-Rock groups including ‘Colosseum’.
Ana has recorded 3 albums in her career as a singer/songwriter and has worked with a range of producers and writers. Ana Gracey’s latest album ‘Wicked Games’ – a collection of pop songs given a jazz treatment – features her late father, legendary drummer Jon Hiseman, Peter Lemer on keyboards, Phil Mulford on double bass with guest appearances from Paraphernalia’s violinist Billy Thompson, Colosseum’s guitarist Clem Clempson, saxophonists Adrian Revell (Jamiroquai) and BBC Young Musician of the Year finalist Jess Gillam as well as Ana’s mother, saxophonist Barbara Thompson MBE, in her last studio performance.
“…beautifully crafted jazz vibes and unexpected covers.” PROG Magazine
The album is dedicated to the memory of her father.
1. All About that Bass 04.46
2. Stay With Me 03.44
3. This Love 05.56
5. Bang Bang 03.54
4. Wicked Game 05.16
6. Cream 03.43
7. Get Lucky 04.17
8. A Thousand Years 05.19
9. I Knew You Were Trouble 03.59
11. Grace Kelly 04.33
10. I Believe in a Thing Called Love 03.37
12. What’s Up 05.13