is a singer and pianist from Toronto. Classical trained and a graduate of Humber College's Jazz Studies, she combines those roots with a love for retro pop, soul and Motown. Valery Gore has toured all over the world solo and with artists like Buck 65, The Sea And The Cake or Josh Ritter captivating the audience with her lush arrangements and sparkling songs.
Played at every monumental celebration during the final year of high school. This includes sentimental slide shows at graduation, final song at senior prom, etc.
Lively enough, but I can slowly rock back and forth to it when I'm twenty hours in.
This would be a great song if I had fallen in the club, or started a fight.
This song is so beautiful and still and repeat worthy.
A song I have wanted to cover for a while.
Few songs make me go 'crazy', like this one. This is as «club» as I get. Best part: «I bet your man is pleased right down to his knees».
Look out! Here I come!
Whatever and Ever Amen gets me singing and dancing, like I've never sung and danced before.
This song reminds me of my first car, and driving around with an old friend that introduced me to this band.
This guy made one record in 1969 and then disappeared in the desert.
Just a feel good, summery eating pizza kind of song by a super talented Canadian songwriter.
«It's what you did that belongs to everyone».
This song could easily get my clothes off.
In reality, heaven being on fire while on a plane would be terrifying. But...
This song is bad ass. And the guitar gives me robbing momentum.
And after I smuggled all the diamonds, I'd persuade Phil Collins to marry me (a fantasy I had when I was eight years old).
Every spooky hotel needs some psychedelic harpsichord.
«I don't want to work but I don't want to sit around all day frowning».
Some happy thoughts to help me wake up.
Saved it onto my iPhone. That rhodes riff throughout is the best welcoming back into reality.
I actually walked in the rain a few weeks ago and had this on repeat.
I'll go the Sally Ann instead.