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Maria Emrik

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Maria Emrik, born in Denmark.


"Music is the most important thing in my life!

I have sung all my life and recorded more than 30 albums through the years. I am in a process of remastering some of them to be able to upload them to various streaming services on the internet.


It will take some time as there are many songs, and many of them are on tapes, and the process is being done in another country - so there is plenty of work!


I have often been asked why I don't do concerts or interviews, and I understand that it may be difficult to understand, but honestly I do not think it is important to listen to me repeating my lifestory over and over again. I would be happy to talk about my music, but I have found that it often ends up being about me instead. My music is my purpose - not me as such. Trust me I am not that interesting :)


I think that music and art is very important for peoples wellbeing in this world and I believe that those who are supposed to hear me will find me regardless."



All the best, Maria ♥

Review of my song "Trouble In A Bubble"


So my Danish jazz vocalist friend Maria Emrik has got this new single #Troubleinabubble.

She sent me a copy for sneak listen. From the moment it starts spinning it comes with a roll away your clouds of worries...Her voice literally just glides/bounces over the words troubles, double, bubble and wobble with a jazzy-poetic-glee which lures the listener into singing along as she persuades cajoles her audience into singing along.The effect is a feel good relieve just singing worries and troubles...The only snag of the song is that it is short...just 2mins 46Secs and that too seems to serve a leave-it-on-replay-impact.

Trouble in a Bubble is that song that will get you whistling even in the mist of a stormy weather!

Maria Emrik brings a free therapy for all who can just sing along and leave the song on replay...


#jazzville Quest 93.1 FM Live4jazz Atsenuwa Omatseye

Review of "My Christmas" EP


Maria Emrik has released a wonderful Christmas EP "My Christmas".

The EP contains three classic Christmas songs: “A Winter's Tale", “The Secret Of Christmas" and “Let It Snow."

Maria has also composed two new, fabulous Christmas songs of her own “Christmas Time" and “Winter Song." They mix really well with the three classic and I am totally in love with her song “Christmas Time" which has a glow of “Good old" days.

Maria was so kind to send me a sneak listen copy of the EP for me to review, and I must admit: that girl is something special! Her soft, airy, super warm voice simply blends perfectly with the Christmas spirit, and will leave you dreaming of cozy winter evenings cuddled up by the fire. I have always been a big fan of Maria Emrik and her beautiful jazzy vocal, and I am happy to recommend this Christmas album.


Dave O. Smith

Review Of "2 New" Digital Albums From My Backlist


Maria Emrik releases 2 new digital albums from her backlist.


I had the pleasure of pre-listening to these two new remastered albums:

”The night we called it a day” is a wonderful compilation of 9 jazz classics beautifully interpreted by one of my favorite jazz vocalists. My favorite songs are ”The night we called it a day”, ”Dream a little dream of me” and also the amazing unplugged version of ”Diamonds are a girls best friend”. Three very different songs that show the diversity of Maria Emrik's vocal though there always seem to be a red thread through her song choises.


The album ”Dear Moon” is absolutely amazing! All songs are written and composed by Maria Emrik and J. B. Nelson – and the colaboration has resulted in 10 beautiful songs. Some of them sound modern and some sound like old jazz classics. Listen to the slow funky, country/ jazzy, feel-good song ”Weekend” and the very emotional ”Until he was gone”. These two are examples of the more modern approach, while ”Come here my friend” and ”Life is Better” have a more classic old school feeling.


Happy listening, Greg Walsh

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