Necessarily Evil – Laura Ainsworth

Laura Ainsworth

With a peerage of musical proficiency that has its roots in her late father, Bill Ainsworth, a big band leader, Laura is a daughter that should do no wrong and, on “Necessarily Evil”, she does not! The Redd Evans composition beat the odds of second generation disappointments due to the arrangements initiated by producer/arranger/pianist Brian Piper.  He places emphasis on the supporting ensemble to support Laura’s marvellous vocals, one that primarily features a 13-piece horn section from North Texas, including Chris Guire on lead saxophone. An enjoyable and somewhat historic set from only Laura’s second album of which “Necessarily Evil” is the title track and well Ainsworth it (if you know what I mean)!

– Review by PARAG KAMANI

  1. Thank you for the wonderful review! I’m very happy you enjoyed “Necessary Evil.” I hope you can come see me live in India and Dubai in Jan-Feb as part of the WOA independent artists tour. It’s always been my dream to visit India. Now, I am not only coming to visit, I also get the chance to perform and to do some recording with Oliver Sean and Ricky Kej! So I am counting the days! See you in January! xox – Laura A.

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