Coming November 10th from UK based Soundway Records, this EP represents four of the choicest cuts from Chico Mann‘s Manifest Tone Volumes 2 & 3 that were previously only available digitally. Pre-order now and receive a free dowload of the album this Friday. Chico Mann will add to his list of remixes for the likes of Little Dragon and Hess is More by remixing Soundway’s London based Ghanaian afro band Konkoma coming Dec 3rd.
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Peggy Lee’s voluminous recorded legacy at Capitol Records was only in mid-session when she hit in 1964 with two albums, I’m In Love Again & In The Name of Love. As with many of her albums of the 1960′s, these two featured many tunes written by Peggy’s good pal Cy Coleman and this week’s Top Tune is a fine example. Barbra Streisand will also enjoy a hit with it that same year.
A few years later, Tony Bennett on a split with Columbia Records and eager to balance the demands of commerciality, teamed up with the great Bill Evans (see: Miles Davis – Kind of Blue) on a new beautiful arrangement for Fantasy Records. Please enjoy this great little bio & live performance by Bill and Tony on Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show from 1975 HERE.
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Master controlled by EMI Music Group / http://www.emicapsm.com/contact.aspx
Publishing controlled by Notable Music Co. (Cy Coleman) contact: Damon Booth email@example.com
Administered by BMG Rights Management
Publishing controlled by Carwin Music Co. Inc (Carolyn Leigh)
Administered by EMI U. Catalog Inc.
The Cure’s Robert Smith teams up again with director Tim Burton, following up his contribution to the companion album to Burton’s 2010 version of “Alice in Wonderland” with the Cy Coleman classic “Witchcraft”, from the album Frankenweenie Unleashed!, a 14-track collection of songs “inspired by” the filmmaker’s new stop-motion creation.
The Unleashed! album also features contributions from Karen O of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Grace Potter featuring The Flaming Lips and Neon Trees, plus Plain White T’s contributing a cover of the Ramones’ “Pet Sematary,” from the soundtrack to the 1989 Stephen King adaptation. Spooky goodness.
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Master controlled by Walt Disney Records. Publishing (Cy Coleman, ASCAP) controlled by Notable Music Co. contact: Damon Booth firstname.lastname@example.org/ Administered by BMG Chrysalis / contact: email@example.com
Publishing (Carolyn Leigh, ASCAP) controlled by Morley Music Co c/o MPL Communications Inc / contact: firstname.lastname@example.org