Following the overwhelmingly positive response to Alison Moyet’s boundary-pushing new album ‘the minutes’, Cooking Vinyl are pleased to present the ‘Live at Bush Hall EP’.
Earlier this year, Alison did a unique, one-off gig at London’s intimate Bush Hall, to premiere tracks from ‘the minutes’.
‘Live at Bush Hall EP’ tracklisting:
29th July – download only
1. ‘When I Was Your Girl’
3. ‘Nobody’s Diary’
4. ‘Don’t Go’
The show was aptly titled ‘taking the minutes’ and marked the one and only time Alison will ever perform ‘the minutes’ in its entirety, accompanied by the album’s collaborators Guy Sigsworth (producer and co-writer) and Chris Elms (engineer, programmer and guitarist).
Luckily for all those that missed the show (plus those that didn’t) a sample of the magic has been captured on the EP, where the excitement and pure enjoyment of both Alison and the fans is clearly audible.
In addition to ‘When I was Your Girl’ and ‘Filigree’, the EP also gives listeners a chance to hear the Yazoo classics ‘Nobody’s Diary’ and ‘Don’t Go’ re-worked by Guy Sigsworth into gleaming and up-to-the-minute electronic floorfillers.
‘Live at Bush Hall EP’ captures an unforgettable night, and is a great taster for her headline tour, which runs from September 16th and throughout October. This tour places ‘the minutes’ centre-stage, and will also focus on the significant electronic material in her back catalogue.
Tickets are on sale now.
16 Sep Berlin, Germany – Heimathafen Neukölln
17 Sep Stuttgart, Germany – Theatrehaus (am Pragsattel)
18 Sep Hannover, Germany – Theater am Aegi
21 Sep Offenbach Am Main, Germany – Capitol Offenbach
23 Sep Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso Grote Zaal
24 Sep Hamburg, Germany – Grosse Freiheit 36
25 Sep Cologne, Germany – Gloria Theatre
27 Sep Paris, France – Divan du Monde
30 Sep Ireland Cork Opera House
01 Oct Northern Ireland Belfast Waterfront Hall
02 Oct Ireland Dublin Olympia Theatre
04 Oct Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
05 Oct Edinburgh Usher Hall
06 Oct Gateshead The Sage
08 Oct Sheffield City Hall
09 Oct Rhyl Pavilion Theatre
10 Oct Warwick Arts Centre
12Oct Northampton Derngate Theatre
13 Oct Ipswich Regents Theatre
15 Oct London Royal Festival Hall
16 Oct Cambridge Corn Exchange
17 Oct Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall
19 Oct Bristol Colston Hall
20 Oct Cardiff St. David’s Hall
21 Oct Brighton The Dome
23 Oct York Barbican Theatre
24 Oct Salford The Lowry
25 Oct Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
27 Oct Nottingham Royal Centre
28 Oct Birmingham Symphony Hall
29 Oct Southend Cliffs Pavilion
31 Oct Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre
3 April 2014 Royal Albert Hall