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Vocals – David OgilvyWritten-By – The Motels
Vocals – Bryan FerryWritten-By – Hollander*
Read By – Bob GeldofWritten-By – James Joyce
|4||You're Just In Love
Vocals – Cilla BlackWritten-By – Irving Berlin
|5||New York 1978
Read By – Rupert EverettWritten-By – Andy Warhol
|6||Real Live Girl
Vocals – Sebastien LeonWritten-By – Leigh*, Coleman*
|7||It Never Entered My Mind
Read By – Bob GeldofVocals – Cleo RocosWritten-By – Rogers/Hart*, W.B. Yeats*
Read By – Francis WyndhamWritten-By – F. Scott Fitzgerald
Read By – Bob GeldofVocals – Sophia LorenWritten-By – Raymond Chandler
|10||How Deep Is The Ocean?
Read By – Bob GeldofVocals – Sebastien LeonWritten-By – Irving Berlin, Raymond Chandler
Read By – Cressida ConnollyWritten-By – Cyril Connolly
|12||Last Man Standing
Vocals – Helena Bonham-Carter*Written-By – Guy Chambers
Read By – Tracey EminWritten-By – Tracey Emin
Composed By – Puccini*Vocals [Extracts] – Maria Callas
|15||Mi Va Di Cantare
Vocals – Louis ArmstrongWritten-By – Valleroni*, Bariero*, Buonassissi*
Vocals – Amanda EliaschWritten-By – Franz Schubert
|17||Delirium Do Rio
Vocals – A.N. Wilson, Dom João Of Orleans-Braganza*
- Copyright (c) – Cherry Red Records Ltd.
- Vocals – Nicky Haslam
Plastic wallet with a wraparound insert. Some copies with a release date sticker.
(C) 2013 Cherry Red Records.
For promotional use only - not for sale.
Track 1 - a hit single in the 1980s for the LA based new wave band.
Track 2 - sung by Marlene Dietrich in the 1948 film 'A Foreign Affair'.
Track 4 - from the 1950s musical 'Call Me Madam'.
Track 6 - from the 1962 musical 'Little Me'.
Track 7 - from the 1940s musical 'Higher And Higher'.
Track 9 - including extracts of Sophia Loren singing 'Bing Bang Bong'.
Track 14 - including extracts of Maria Callas from Puccini's Tosca.
Track 15 - 'I Want To Sing', firstly performed by Armstrong at Sanremo Festival in Italy.
Track 16 - Amanda Eliasch the photographer, writer and film-maker sings Schubert.
Track 17 - H.R and I.H, Prince João of Orleans-Braganza is a direct descendant of Emperor Pedro I of Brazil.
Tracks 3, 5, 8, 9, 11, 13, 14, 16 & 17 are credited to Ogilvy.
Release date: 1st July 2013.