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What would you like to see on the new record?

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Eternal Life (2001)

 

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I have never even heard of this. How?

 

This is the second Regina related thing I've discovered in the last week that I should have known about for years now. 

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I have never even heard of this. How?

 

This is the second Regina related thing I've discovered in the last week that I should have known about for years now. 

What is the first discovery?

 

And yes, its a song Regina played in Switzerland with a dancer named Renate Hug. Here is the link to the video: 

 

 

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I have never even heard of this. How?

 

This is the second Regina related thing I've discovered in the last week that I should have known about for years now. 

I know this feeling too well... haha

I'm surprised you didn't see this thread where people were talking about it. It's also in the lyrics section.

Now that you bring it up, it would be cool if this song was included in the next album so we could hear a finished version.

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Oh, you know what, I had seen that! I just associate it with the name Renate Hug, I didn't really realize there was a name for it.  :blink:

 

 

 

What is the first discovery?

 

 

That the lyrics in Apres Moi towards the end are "Stand (stand-ding-dong)". I always thought she said "Stand (Stand-ing tall)."

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Oh, you know what, I had seen that! I just associate it with the name Renate Hug, I didn't really realize there was a name for it.  :blink:

I think it was decided in that thread ChooSum created. It was between "walk on water" or "eternal life".

 

 

 

That the lyrics in Apres Moi towards the end are "Stand (stand-ding-dong)". I always thought she said "Stand (Stand-ing tall)."

I thought it was "stand (Stand-ding-On)" but then the lyrics would be "I must go on standing on"...

Where did you find that out? Just looking up the lyrics?

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Some encouraging news.. (emphasis added)

 

COLDPLAY MUSICAL COLLABORATOR DAVIDE ROSSI PERFORMS WITH BAND IN A RARE ON-STAGE APPEARANCE AT GLASTONBURY MUSIC FESTIVAL Davide Rossi Joined Barry Gibb and Coldplay in Epic Rendition of Bee Gees Iconic Song Stayn' Alive
 
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June 28, 2016 18:54 ET Source: Davide Rossi
 
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(L-R: Davide Rossi, Chris Martin, Barry Gibb, Glastonbury Music Festival 2016)

LONDON and LOS ANGELES, June 28, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Grammy Award-winning violinist, and orchestral composer and arranger, Davide Rossi, performed the Bee Gee's classic Stayin' Alive Sunday with Coldplay and Barry Gibb at the Glastonbury Music Festival. Rossi is Coldplay's long-time musical collaborator who helped establish the full-spectrum, orchestral sound that has become a musical signature for the superstar group. For Sunday night's Glastonbury performance, Rossi brought to life the original string arrangement of the Bee Gees iconic song, and performed it live playing violin on-stage with Coldplay and Gibb.

"Davide has lent us his incredible talents on a number of songs over the past 10 years, from Viva la Vida to Paradise. It was fantastic to share the stage with him Sunday night," said Coldplay.

Rossi's work with Coldplay began with their first collaborative efforts on the multi-platinum, multi-Grammy Award-winning album Viva la Vida.He contributed to six tracks including the title track, which became the band's first UK and US #1 single. Rossi continued to collaborate with Coldplay on the 2010 follow-up Mylo Xiloto, the 2014's Ghost Stories, and the latest release, A Head Full Of Dreams.

In addition, Rossi was part of the core artistic production team behind the 50th Super Bowl Half Time Show, which took place in Santa Clara, California in February 2016.  He scored the arrangements for Coldplay's medley of Viva La Vida/Paradise/Fix You, etc., and was also responsible for all coaching, rehearsals and the overall final performance of the YOLA string orchestra, conducted by Gustavo Dudamel, and the University of California Berkeley marching band.

Rossi's career highlights also include 13 years as band member with Goldfrapp and an intense creative partnership with The Verve, working on their last album Forth and headlining Glastonbury, the V Festival and other major festivals in Europe to promote it.  He has contributed Grammy–award winning arrangements to Alicia Keys' latest two albums, and his work can also be heard on recent albums from Neil Diamond, One Direction, Jake Bugg, Röyksopp, Dido, Jon Hopkins, Rihanna, Ed Sheeran, James Bay, and many others.

Later this year, Rossi's distinctive sound will be on new albums from Bat For Lashes, Twin Atlantic, Chris Cornell, Regina Spektor and Arion.  He is also collaborating with musician/producer Matt Hales of Aqualung, with a new album for the duo in the works.

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