Jorian's Songs

Jorian Clair Live! at the MBar in Hollywood

See a clip of the hour-long videotape of the
June 9, 2011 premiere of Jorian's "Here's to Life" Show

(video clip below)

 

Jorian Clair Live! at the Gardenia
Performing her song "Eye Candy"
and a Lerner and Lowe classic
at the Gardenia,
a historic cabaret showplace in
West Hollywood, California

(video clip below)

 

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NEW RELEASE!!!

"What Was I Doing?" is Jorian's first love song since those she created for her "Lost and Found" CD album. But it is a love song with a difference. Find out for yourself with your CD Baby purchase.

Jorian Clair What Was I Doing?

"What Was I Doing?"
Lyrics by Jorian Clair; Music by Jorian Clair and John Belzaguy
Accompanied by pianist Rich Eames, bassist John Belzaguy and drummer Jon Stuart

This is a classic yet contemporary love song about two people on the brink of forming a relationship. One is afraid of commitment; the other understands that such fear means the loved one must be set free until this personal conflict has been resolved. (Find out what happens next with your CD Baby purchase.)

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“I’m Too Much Woman for You”
Lyrics by Jorian Clair, Music by Jorian Clair and John Belzaguy
Lou Forestieri on piano; John Belzaguy on bass; Jimmy Branly on drums

A jazzy beat underscores the sassy attitude of a rogue woman’s view on what she wants (and does not want!) in a mate. Double entendres and tart observations deliver a wry sense of humor that triggers laughter.

   
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“Where Do I Go from Here?”
Lyrics by Jorian Clair, Music by Jorian Clair and John Belzaguy
Lou Forestieri on piano; John Belzaguy on bass

This is a song that explores how thoughtless actions and words can create a detour that may take one down the wrong road, and asks: Is it ever too late to change direction in one’s life? Reflective lyrics and a haunting melody create what Jorian Clair refers to as a “sung soliloquy.”

   
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“Eye Candy”
Lyrics by Jorian Clair, Music by Jorian Clair and John Belzaguy
Rich Eames on piano; John Belzaguy on bass; Jon Stuart on drums

This is a sophisticated song that explores the sometimes funny side of a not always humorous phenomena: a culture obsessed with appearances. Sassy lyrics and double entendres are used to navigate what could be a heavy topic in such a way as to make us laugh at ourselves. (See Jorian perform this song by clicking on the “at the Gardenia” video button at the top of this page.)

   
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“Proceed with Caution”
Lyrics by Jorian Clair, Music by Jorian Clair and John Belzaguy
Rich Eames on piano; John Belzaguy on bass; Jon Stuart on drums

This is the song of a woman who has given up on men and love because she has found that such relationships are built on illusions that shatter when pretend collides with reality. While most people emerge from the rubble of decimated relationships, prepared to lick their wounds and start all over again, the woman in this song has scalpel-sharp lyrics for cutting away at pretensions. But the mood is lightened by jazzy blues music and provocative double entendres.

   
“Lost and Found” CD album
Jorian Clair Lost and Found
$10.00

Love, lost and found, is both title and theme for this collection of songs created and sung by Jorian. These songs evoke a past era, the time of the “torch” singer, at its peak in the ‘40s and ‘50s.

(Read the back story of how this album came to be, and how each song fits into Jorian’s “Storytelling through Song” philosophy.)

Purchase the entire CD using the PayPal button here.

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