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Toronto’s Alex Pangman released her 3rd album entitled 'New' on the Justin Time label late in 2014.  The album was recorded in New Orleans, a mere seven months after Pangman underwent a second double lung transplant surgery. “I kept it private that I was rejecting my first set of lungs, but with this newest transplant I feel amazing, and wanted to get right back to singing, and come clean about my health struggles.”   

New being the theme, it represents both a new chance at life, but also a shock of new things. 'New' co-producer Andrew Gilchrist recorded Pangman in New Orleans, using new musicians from the city where jazz was born.  “I wanted to test myself as a singer and bandleader by taking this record someplace different, physically and sonically. This new session has a slightly different soundscape, no drums, the funky bass saxophone, and an almost entirely new band. I think it’s groovy and very swinging.” 'New' was nominated for a 2016 Juno Award in the Jazz Vocal category. 

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Fit As A Fiddle 3:37

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I'll Never Smile Again 3:03

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It's Never Enough 3:32

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Rhythm is Our Business 2:49

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The World Is Waiting For the Sunrise 3:26

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You Let Me Down 5:15

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When I Get Low I Get High 3:17

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Sweet Substitute 4:15

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Who-oo? You-oo! That’s Who! 2:26

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My Man Rocks Me 4:33

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Toronto’s Alex Pangman released her 3rd album entitled 'New' on the Justin Time label late in 2014.  The album was recorded in New Orleans, a mere seven months after Pangman underwent a second double lung transplant surgery. “I kept it private that I was rejecting my first set of lungs, but with this newest transplant I feel amazing, and wanted to get right back to singing, and come clean about my health struggles.”   

New being the theme, it represents both a new chance at life, but also a shock of new things. 'New' co-producer Andrew Gilchrist recorded Pangman in New Orleans, using new musicians from the city where jazz was born.  “I wanted to test myself as a singer and bandleader by taking this record someplace different, physically and sonically. This new session has a slightly different soundscape, no drums, the funky bass saxophone, and an almost entirely new band. I think it’s groovy and very swinging.” 'New' was nominated for a 2016 Juno Award in the Jazz Vocal category.