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Gwyneth Herbert - Ten Lives flac album Performer: Gwyneth Herbert
Title: Ten Lives
Released: 2008
MP3 album: 1605 mb
FLAC album: 1220 mb
Rating: 4.8
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Genre: Jazz

Ten Lives, the fourth album by British singer-songwriter Gwyneth Herbert, was released on 1 July 2008. In early 2008, Herbert was commissioned by a collaborative project between Peter Gabriel and Bowers & Wilkins to record an acoustic album at Gabriel's Real World Studios.

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On her fourth album, Gwyneth Herbert builds on the strengths that made her last release, Between Me And The Wardrobe, a success. Focussing on her folk-jazz vocal style and on her own compositions rather than cover versions, All The Ghosts should see her career continue on its recent upward trajectory. One of the added tracks comes as a surprise after the nine Herbert originals. Almost as an afterthought, the album closes with a raw version of Bowie's Rock 'n' Roll Suicide.

Gwyneth Herbert chronology. All the Ghosts, the fifth album by British singer-songwriter Gwyneth Herbert, was released by Naim Edge in the United Kingdom in 2009 and in the United States in 2010

All the Ghosts, the fifth album by British singer-songwriter Gwyneth Herbert, was released by Naim Edge in the United Kingdom in 2009 and in the United States in 2010. Ten Lives, the fourth album by British singer-songwriter Gwyneth Herbert, was released on 1 July 2008. Gwyneth Herbert was born.

Gwyneth Herbert recorded the song for her debut album Bittersweet and Blue in 2004. Her cover also appears in the film Leap Year. The New Standards recorded the song for their eponymous album released in 2005 Damien Leith covered the song on his album Catch the Wind: Songs of a Generation in 2008, which reached number 1 on the ARIA Chart for Australian albums. Nils Lofgren covered the song on his album The Loner – Nils Sings Neil, released in 2008

Tracklist

1 So Worn Out
2 My Narrow Man
3 Lorelei
4 Nataliya
5 Put Your Mouth Where Your Money Is
6 Petite Cachuète
7 Jane Into A Beauty Queen
8 My Mini And Me
9 Si C'est Ça
10 Some Days I Forget
11 Midnight Oil

Credits

  • Bass – Sam Burgess
  • Guitar – Al Cherry
  • Percussion, Glockenspiel, Handclaps – Dave Price
  • Piano, Organ – Steven Holness
  • Vocals, Piano, Handclaps – Gwyneth Herbert

Notes

All tracks produced and arranged by Gwyneth Herbert and the band.
Recorded and mixed at Real World Studios. Engineered by Robin Baynton.
All lyrics and music by Gwyneth Herbert (publishing by PRS / MCPS), except Si C'est Ça written by Françoise Hardy
Gwyneth Herbert appears courtesy of Blue Note/EMI Records

Photo: York Tillyer
Design: Mark Bessant