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Before The Crossing

Before The Crossing by LILLY
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LILLY

Label: PagodaMusic / Gateway Music
Released: 2005
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Track Listing

1. Train Song 2. Intro 3. I Swim Into The Water 4. A Beautiful Night 5. What Comes Around Goes Around 6. Easy 7. December 8. Oh, My Father 9. The Rescue 10. In The End 11. Before The Crossing 12. This Love Still Lingers On


Personnel

LILLY
voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

LILLY - vocals, harmonium, cabassa, bottle, cowbell  JONAS BERG - piano, keyboards, synthezizer, würlitzer, rhodes, harmonium   JEPPE KJELLBERG - electric and acoustic guitars   EVA SKIPPER - doublebass and electric bass   ANDERS HENTZE - drums, cahon, timbales   DAN SELCHAU - recorders (4)   LEA THORLANN - backing vocal (5, 6, 9, 12)   LOUISE PETERSEN - surdos, pandeiro, shaker, triangle, bongos, reco reco (3, 8, 9, 10, 11)   JESPER LØVDAL - soprano & alto saxophone (1, 8, 12)   HENRIK HALL - harmonica (1, 12)   LEW SOLOFF - trumpet (7) Music and lyrics by Lilly Produced by Lilly. Co-produced by Jonas Berg Recorded by Thomas Vang, Jonas Berg, Lilly and Jeppe Kjellberg. Mixed by Teis Frandsen Mastered by Lehnert Kjeldsen Coverphoto and styling by Jim Lyngvild  

Album Description

"There is something grand, captivating and magical about Lilly and her musical universe" - Fyens Stiftstidende (Danish Newspaper) "...Lilly moves in a crossover style with detours to pop, country, folk, brazilian and jazz as well as some Tom Waits mood..” **** 4 stars in Soundvenue, Danish music magazine


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