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1. Freedom (feat. Randy Brecker & Jimmy Haslip)
2. On the Fourth of July (feat. Dori Caymmi & Kenny Loggins)
3. Moondance (feat. Al Jarreau)
5. Last Snowfall (feat. Vadim Neselovskyi & Randy Brecker)
6. Love for Sale
7. Pale Blue Eyes
8. Calm Before the Storm (feat. Mariachi Flor de Toloache)
11. All That Jazz
12. Voi Che Sapete
Ms. Mason has trademarked this new musical genre as "A blend of different musical currents."
MIXTURA changes and challenges the accepted musical format that tells us we need to perform or record one specific genre/content.
MIXTURA is art in complete freedom.
"Mixtura is a powerful message of self-determination." - Jazziz
"A Broadway veteran and omnivorous singer." Billboard
"A force of nature. She goes deep and we want to dive with her." Huffington Post
"This lady has some moxie!" - Jazz Weekly
"(Mixtura) Continues to meet the exemplary standards Luba has set for herself as an artist." - AXS.com
"An alluring voice that dynamically and soulfully navigates the material she sings." - Dan Ouelette, ZealNYC.com
"The impressive vocalist has never shied away from taking chances in a career that has repeatedly triumphed in the lights of Broadway and Off-Broadway as well as cabaret." - Cabaret Scenes
"Her voice soared from smokey bassoon to blaring soprano sax. She ended on a note that's heroin in your veins. It's addictive, you are in it's thrall, ready for the next hit. This classically trained singer, actress has charisma, stage presence and talent in spades...if there's anything she can't do well, it's not on display in this show called MIXTURA." - Tonya Pinkins, BIstroAwards.com
"Broadway and recording artist Luba Mason is more than a singer, she is a song interpreter, who knows how to use those vocal chops to seduce and bring you on whatever journey she wants you to come along." - Suzanne Bowling, Times Square Chronicles
"Tall, slender and self assured, Luba Mason radiated warmth and enthusiasm for twisting familiar songs into new shapes in her new show titled MIXTURA." - Joel Benjamin, theater Pizzaz