Marlow’s New Mini-Album Series Celebrates the Female Perspective

“In Their Own Voice” Mini-Album Series

French Lyricist/Vocalist Amelie Cherubin Collaborates with Composer Eugene Marlow

Released by MEII Enterprises 

 "In Their Own Voice I" Eugene Marlow and Amelie CherubinJuly 14, 2014—Today Eugene Marlow’s MEII Enterprises indie label launches the first in a series of digital only, mini-albums under the umbrella “In Their Own Voice” title.

Marlow has produced over 200 jazz and classical pieces for solo instruments, chamber ensembles, and jazz big band.  Now for the first time he is collaborating with a highly talented cadre of female lyricists/vocalists—all the tracks/lyrics center on relationships and feelings from a woman’s perspective.  Like much of Marlow’s past work, the mini-album series is multi-cultural: the lyricists/vocalists come from many backgrounds, including American, Canadian, French, Hispanic, and Hebraic.

Marlow plans to release each of the mini-albums over a period of months starting on July 14, 2014. Each album will be available for either streaming or download at

The first album in the series features French lyricist/songstress Amelie Cherubin on three tracks with original music by composer/producer Eugene Marlow. Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble is featured. The July 14, 2014 release date for this first mini-album coincides with Bastille Day, the equivalent of France’s independence day, an annual event celebrated in several parts of the world, including many cities in the United States.

“In Their Own Voice (I)” with three tracks — “Le Phare” (The Lighthouse), “Je Ne Sais Plus” (I don’t know anymore), and “Mon Cher Ange” (My dear angel) — is available now for steaming or download at

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