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Tracklist:

01. How Glad I Am (Jimmy Williams, Larry Harrison)
02. Caroline, No (Brian Wilson, Tony Asher)
03. I’m a Fool to Want You (Frank Sinatra, Joel Herron, Jack Wolf)
04. I Get Along Without You Very Well (Except Sometimes) (Hoagy Carmichael)
05. Meditation on a Pair of Wire Cutters (Charles Mingus)
06. Once I Loved (Norman Gimbel, Vinicius De Moraes, Antonio Jobim)
07. Wild Is the Wind (Ned Washington, Dimitri Tiomkin)
08. You Don’t Know What Love Is (Don Raye, Gene De Paul)
09. River Man (Nick Drake)
10. Absent Minded Me (Jule Styne, Bob Merrill)
11. Naima (John Coltrane)
12. Hello, Young Lovers (Richard Rogers, Oscar Hammerstein II)
13. No Return (Ray Davies)
14. Que Reste-T-il De Nos Amours (Charles Trenet)

Musicians:

Chrissie Hynde - vocals
David Hartley - piano
James Walbourne - guitar
Eldad Guetta - keyboards, guitar, trumpet, bass, percussion
Liran Donin - bass
Ian Thomas - drums
Marius de Vries - synthesizer, piano
Matt Robertson - keyboards
Peter Roth - nylon string guitar

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The Valve Bone Woe Orchestra

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09/23/2019

Chrissie Hynde

& the Valve Bone Woe Ensemble
"Valve Bone Woe 

SELF RELEASED/BMG - 2019

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PREVIOUS RELEASE

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P  R   E  T  E  N  D  E  R  S     :     C  O  M  P  L  E  T  E     D  I  S  C  O  G  R  A  P  H  Y

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1980

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1981

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1983

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1986

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1990

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1994

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1999

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2002

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2008

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Chrissie Hynde born in Akron (OH) in 1951, moved to the 1976's bustling London and with her unrestrained restlessness led her to become the first muse of the punk movement. She formed the essential band Pretenders in 1978 being pioneers in what was called the new wave, recording two first anthological albums. As a solo career published the 2014's "Stockholm", and now has just released "Valve Bone Woe" with a band of eight musicians plus an  orchestra accompaniment, where she dares with some well selected jazz standards, from Charles Mingus or Vinicius De Morais to Frank Sinatra (with whom she collaborated in 1994), all with a very encouraging result of finding a singer with unknown records so far. The contrast of Hynde's voice and this jazz context approve with a good score.

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