There are few artists in the pop music landscape who have managed to stand the test of time while remaining completely unique and relevant. Swing Out Sister has captivated audiences for over two decades with their potent elixir of fresh cinematic sound-scapes, sophisticated, intimate and jazz/Latin tinged pop and surprise-filled arrangements that pay homage to the great soul tradition. The dynamic duo of stunning singer/songwriter Corinne Drewery and keyboardist/composer Andy Connell celebrate their 25th anniversary, popping the cork on new wine from vintage bottles via an intimate new collection of “versions” they’ve entitled Private View. This deluxe collection is a special long-box collector’s item with a CD, DVD and extensive booklet with previously unseen photos, an essay and commentary by Corinne Drewery. The CD features totally re-imagined versions of classics and lesser known gems, while the DVD features a live concert shot at Billboard Live in Tokyo and rare behind the scenes footage that give an up close and personal look at the creative genius of Swing Out Sister. This is Swing Out Sister’s first live DVD. Highlights include a stellar recreation of their blockbuster hit “Breakout,” which brilliantly segues into the 1970 Jackson 5 chart-topping classic “I’ll Be There,” the first ever official US release of “Who’s Been Sleeping,” and an enchanting performance of their hit “Stone Soul Picnic,” which is not featured on the CD.
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