Melina Soochan | Singer, Songwriter, Pianist | Jazz, Pop, Soul
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"The Velvet Lounge" Album Cover (2018)

The Velvet Lounge

Album, 2018

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"The Velvet Lounge" is Melina’s third release, a concept album of jazz standards. These songs are frequently part of her live performance repertoire.


«Mélina Soochan, ayant plusieurs cordes à son arc, a su bien s'entourer de prolifiques musiciens pour nous livrer un répertoire de standards minutieusement et sublimement revisités. Un album qui dégage une fraîcheur éclatante et un charme irrécusable» - Alain Mercier, event organizer and editor at Radio LaSalle / CKVL.fm

«La chanteuse montréalaise Melina Soochan se lance avec The Velvet Lounge, un troisième opus beaucoup plus jazz que ses deux premiers, treize grands standards de jazz qui mettent en évidence son talent, et avec l'aide des excellents Kate Wyatt, Erik Hove, Adrian Vedady et Jim Doxas.» - Claude Thibault, editor www.sortiesJAZZnights.com


Excerpts from "The Velvet Lounge" Album

Promo Video



All Tracks:

  1. At Last (Harry Warren, Mack Gordon)
  2. Fever (Eddie Cooley, Otis Blackwell)
  3. Georgia On My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael, Stuart Gorrell)
  4. Besame Mucho (Consuelo Velazquez)
  5. Moondance (Van Morrison)
  6. Cry Me a River (Arthur Hamilton)
  7. Les Feuilles Mortes (Jacques Prevert, Joseph Kosma, John Mercer)
  8. The Girl From Ipanema (Antonio Carlos Jobim, Normal Gimbel)
  9. Summertime (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, DuBose Heyward)
  10. This Masquerade (Leon Russell)
  11. The Look of Love (Burt Bacharach, Hal David)
  12. Save the Last Dance for Me (Doc Pomus, Mortimer Morty Shuman)
  13. La Vie en Rose (Édith Piaf, Louiguy)

"Hold On" Album Cover (2011)

Hold On

Album, 2011

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On her first full album, Melina uses influences from Blues, Indie Rock and even Reggae to create a collection of 10 daring, yet tuneful and catchy songs. The album was accompanied by the music video, “The Mama Song“.



"City of Love" EP Cover (2009)

City of Love

EP, 2009

Out of Print

Melina’s first six-song EP. It spawned two music videos, "X-Ray Eyes" and "City of Love", the former of which received extensive airplay on Canadian national TV stations Bravo! and CJNT (now City TV) as the EP's leading single.



Unreleased Web Exclusives

Unreleased Songs

2007-2014

These collaborations and outtakes never appeared on Melina’s official releases and are exclusively available on this site.



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