Come A Little Closer is an album of standards, which say with absolute precision feelings, emotions, silences Laika, a young musician we discovered with Misery album as a tribute to Billie Holiday, and Nebula. In this third album, she has collected titles, each of which speak to the ear. Thus, When Love Was You and Me Abbey Lincoln, and It's Easy To Remember by Bing Crosby in 1935. As a kind of bonus, Laika offers a melody Roy Hargrove's one piece of album: Divine.
Collection includes: 'Tidal' (1996); 'When The Pawn…' (1999); 'Extraordinary Machine' (2005), and 'The Idler Wheel…' (2012).
2012 release, the fifth album from the British Hard Rock band fronted by vocalist Skin. Black Traffic, the band's follow-up to the critically acclaimed 2010 album Wonderlustre, was recorded in London and co-produced by Chris Sheldon (Foo Fighters, Biffy Clyro, Pixies) and mixed by Jeremy Wheatley and Adrian Bushby. "We've wanted to be charge of our own destiny for many years, the doom & gloom merchants may whine about the music industry but we've seen it as a positive chance to re-invent how we work and take more control over our art form. With our new album Black Traffic and new label we are really excited with the future of skunk, this is my personal favorite as an album, even better than Wonderlustre which spawned some great songs. We're back and f**k me we're gonna enjoy every last minute of it!" "We got back together because we have a strong chemistry," says Skin of the band's return. "We're very proud of our past work, but what drives us is the future".
From the world-famous orchestra that brought you symphonic interpretations of Queen, Pink Floyd and ABBA comes a brand new set of studio recordings celebrating the music of Canadian Prog Rock legends, Rush! Includes dramatic reinterpretations of the Rush classics Tom Sawyer, The Spirit Of Radio, Red Barchetta, Limelight and more! Conducted by BAFTA award winning musician and composer Richard Harvey!
Radio Music Society is the fourth studio album by Esperanza Spalding, which was released through the record label Heads Up International on March 20, 2012. The album earned Spalding Grammy Awards for Best Jazz Vocal Album and Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s) for the track, "City of Roses".
Closer Than Close is a different album from the Queen of Philly Soul. Jean previously sang jazz with former husband Doug Carn, then became familiar to soul fans through her work with Norman Connors and further secured lifelong fans through her four album affiliation with Gamble & Huff's Philadelphia International Records from 1976 and one further solo album for Motown in 1982.