The singer from Berlin presents her debut album. Together with her Band Bene Aperdannier(piano), Kai Schönburg(drums), Björn Werra(bass) songs were developed that everyone had heard once but which have been re-arranged by the pianist Bene Aperdannier to give them a completely different sound.
With songs like "Supreme" (R. Williams) or "Help Yourself" (Tom Jones) Marwie opens doors to the apparant parallel worlds of pop and jazz and lets them truly become to specactles of sound. With the ballad "No ordinary love" by Sade, Marwie's unintimidated fragility fully comes to light.
And who would have thought that a lullaby like "La Le Lu" can survive in the presence of jazz.
On her first album the Berliner singer presents herself lascivious, sexy and charming - with challenging sounds from the easy jazz song to the delicate loungesounds.