Carolyn's first-ever live album is a tasteful 12-song set from shows at Antone's in Austin, Kessler Theater in Dallas and Last Concert Café in Houston. Her trio plus guests Guy Forsyth and Shelley King play new original songs, a new co-write with Ruthie Foster and covers of Doug Sahm, Lean Russel and Los Labos.
Vingt ans après le best-seller L'Empreinte des dieux, Graham Hancock nous livre la suite de son enquête sur les réelles origines de notre civilisation, reposant sur les plus récentes avancées scientifiques. Il y a 12 800 ans, à la fin de l'ère glaciaire, une comète géante a éclaté en plusieurs fragments. Certains d'entre eux ont frappé la Terre, provoquant un cataclysme mondial de l'importance de celui qui causa l'extinction des dinosaures.
Carolyn Sampson and Iestyn Davies have collaborated on many occasions in the field of Baroque opera and oratorio, but on this occasion they venture into a somewhat different territory. In the company of Joseph Middleton, they have been exploring the Lieder for one and two voices of Mendelssohn and Schumann, combining them with songs and duets by Roger Quilter. And even though the disc actually opens with a set of Purcell songs – repertoire which both singers have previously made their mark in – they are here performed with the piano accompaniments realized by Benjamin Britten, turning them into something quite new and different.