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Live At ReVoice!

Live At ReVoice! by Georgia Mancio
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Georgia Mancio

Label: Roomspin Records
Released: 2015
Views: 1,153

Track Listing

Fragile; Sugar; I Do It For Your Love; Bendita; Just In Time; Going Back; The Things We Did Last Summer; Willow Weep For Me; In My Life; Just Friends; Le Strade Di Notte; When I Live My Dream.


Georgia Mancio
voice / vocals
Andrew Cleyndert
bass, acoustic
Jason Rebello
Robert Mitchell
Colin Oxley
Ian Shaw
voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Georgia Mancio: vocals; Andrew Cleyndert: double bass (1); Laurence Cottle: bass guitar (2); Nikki Iles: piano (3); Tom Cawley: piano (4); Michael Janisch: double bass (5); Liane Carroll: piano (6); Colin Oxley: guitar (7); Jason Rebello: piano (8); James Pearson: piano (9); Robert Mitchell: piano (10); Maurizio Minardi: accordion (11); Ian Shaw: piano (12).

Album Description

Award-winning vocalist/lyricist Georgia Mancio performs a collection of duos recorded live over 3 years at her own much celebrated international voice festival. Here are rarely heard Carole King and David Bowie covers with titans Liane Carroll and Ian Shaw excelling as pianists; a bass/scat trade at breakneck speed with bass star Michael Janisch; a haunting 1960s Italian pop song with accordionist Maurizio Minardi; a newly written vocalese of Sugar with electric bass supremo Laurence Cottle; a stunning whistle solo; and the debut of Bendita – part of a set of new music co-written with pianist/composer Tom Cawley specifically for their ReVoice! appearance. Other illustrious collaborators include: Andrew Cleyndert (the album’s co-producer), Nikki Iles, Robert Mitchell, Colin Oxley, James Pearson and Jason Rebello.




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