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A Lovely Life to Live

Jools Holland & Marc Almond

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A Lovely Life to Life sees Marc Almond and Jools Holland team up for a selection of modern and classic covers. After touring together as part of Holland's Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, the album features songs that where popular with audiences across the U.K. and includes tracks such as Soft Cell's "Tainted Love" and Edith Piaf's "Hymne À L'Amour."
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Tony Cousins, Mastering Engineer - Chris Storr, Trumpet - Jason McDermid, Trumpet - Nick Lunt, Baritone Saxophone - Louise Marshall, Vocals - Fayyaz Virji, Trombone - Jools Holland, Composer, Piano, MainArtist - Jon Scott, Trumpet - Marianne Haynes, Violin - Chris Holland, Organ - Marc Almond, Composer, Vocals, MainArtist - Triona Milne, Viola - Dave Swift, Bass - Lisa Grahame, Saxophone - Phil Veacock, String Arranger, Saxophone, Horns Arranger - Winston Rollins, Trombone - Laurie Latham, Producer, Mixer, Engineer, Percussion, Assistant - Mark Flanagan, Guitar - Patrick Roberts, Violin - Polly Wiltshire, Viola - Kate Robinson, Violin - Tony Woollard, Cello - Laura Anstee, Cello - Emma Blanco, Violin - Gilson Lavis, Drums - Roger Goslyn, Trombone - James Gardiner-Bateman, Saxophone - David Lale, Cello - Dominic Moore, Violin - Edward Bale, Violin - Ron Box, Additional Engineer, Pro Tools - Odile Ollagnon, Violin - Michael 'Brammi' Rose, Saxophone - Rosie Mae, Vocals - Dan Oates, Violin - Louise McMonagle, Cello - Robert John Ames, Viola - Stephen 'Bongo' Payne, Bells, Congas - Stephen Upshow, Viola

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A Lovely Life to Life sees Marc Almond and Jools Holland team up for a selection of modern and classic covers. After touring together as part of Holland's Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, the album features songs that where popular with audiences across the U.K. and includes tracks such as Soft Cell's "Tainted Love" and Edith Piaf's "Hymne À L'Amour."
© Rich Wilson /TiVo

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