Veda Hille - Songs About People And Buildings mp3 flac download
|Title:||Songs About People And Buildings|
|Date of release:||1991|
|MP3 album size:||1667 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1580 mb|
|Digital formats:||DTS VOC APE ASF MPC MP4 AHX|
ONEGIN Book, Music & Lyrics by Veda Hille and Amiel Gladstone Based on the poem by Pushkin and the opera by Tchaikovsky Granville Island Stage November 2. .
A recording featuring the major songs from this hit musical written by Veda Hille and Amiel Gladstone, and the singers who first sang them. Colin Thomas, The Georgia Straight, March 24 2016.
Veda Hille (born August 11, 1968) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, keyboardist and tenor guitar player from Vancouver, British Columbia. She writes songs about love and tragedy, as well as about topical British Columbia subjects. As well as solo work, she has taken part in many musical collaborations, and has organized two recording projects, Duplex! and The Fits.
Songs From Onegin - Студийный альбом от Veda Hille, Amiel Gladstone. Вышел 4 октября 2016г. В альбом вошло 18 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:08:31. Lucklucky' Official Video - Veda Hille. Musical Stage Company - Onegin Rehearsal. 300 Stuffed Penguins" by Veda Hille & Bill Richardson - sung by Keely Hutton. Veda Hille - Strange, Sad. O World Project interview - Folk - Lucas Hille with Veda Hille, Stefan and Bianca. Veda Hille - Plants (live - Berlin - Sept 20, 2009). O World - Folk - Lucas Hille, Veda Hille, Stefan and Bianca Jauca.
Songs About People and Buildings. You Do Not Live in This World Alone. Veda Hille & Christof Migone.
Veda Hille was born in 1968 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She started playing piano when she was 6 at her own insistence. Her family moved around a lot, from the city to the country and back again. Veda ran around in the woods and the streets, practiced piano, read books and used her Junior Scientist Microscope. First she played classical music. Then came pop music, and a few years of jazz. Veda put out an indie cassette, 'Songs About People and Buildings', in 1992. People liked it and she started playing around town. She slowly started the business of touring Canada, and also began a long relationship with the Canadian modern dance scene. In 1994 she released her first CD, and has released an album roughly every 18 months since then. By the time she started working with her current band (assembled in 1997) she was regularly touring Canada, the US, and Germany.
Veda Hille on the cover of her new album which she said is about "a different kind of love. Vancouver singer-songwriter Veda Hille may ask herself "why am I writing pop songs when I'm a freaking ancient mother," but she is also quick to point out that the songs on her new album Love Waves are very different from the typical, madly-in-love themes of most pop music. Hille, who has been a well-known artist in East Vancouver since the early 1990s when she put out her first indie cassette Songs about People and Buildings, also wrote several songs for the musical Onegin while she was in Berlin. Onegin: A Vancouver take on a classic Russian love story. She co-wrote that musical with playwright Amiel Gladstone, who she had previously worked with on the show Do You Want What I Have Got? A Craigslist Cantata. Hille worked for a year as a lounge musician. She began writing music in 1990, and self-released a cassette, Songs About People and Buildings, in 1992. She started performing locally, and later across Canada. Hille set up her own label, Ball of Flames, and in 1994 released her first CD, Path of a Body with Stephen Nikleva, Steve Lazin, and Martin Walton; next was a pop album, Spine, recorded with various Canadian musicians.
Albums by Veda Hille. Talk (0). This category lists all albums by the artist Veda Hille.
Veda Hille covers David Bowie’s Teenage Wildlife on her new album, Love Waves, but today is a day for preteen wildlife. There’s banging overhead, and a few minutes later a tousled head appears: Hille’s seven-year-old son, Anders, has finished helping his grandfather fix the roof and wants to show us his new drawings. West Coast ovoids mix with friendly monster faces and beaver tails; clearly, his mom is not the only talented member of the Hille clan. To further prime the pump for her own new songs, she also began to work up versions of other people’s tunes, and Teenage Wildlife -along with Brian Eno’s By This River and a rap brag take on . Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan’s The Sun Whose Rays -was among those she tried out. It’s a great song but not one of my favourites, she admits. Veda Hille plays a launch party for Love Waves at the York Theatre on Saturday (May 28). in + out.
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