Peter Urlich Release's New Album: Between You And Me

Wednesday 2 April 2008

Liberation Music NZ are thrilled to announce the upcoming release of Peter Urlich's new swing album 'Between You And Me'. A must for any collection, 'Between You And Me' features some of the music world's most well-known and loved songs, presented to you with the Peter Urlich stamp of approval.

As a dedicated interpreter of fine music, Peter Urlich has always been present and thinking aloud. His sense of worth about “what makes” a song “great” underpins his projection of the lyrical offering in each one of them. And so it makes complete sense that, here in 2008, Urlich provides us all with a recorded set of songs; songs that reflect his long, colourful road as a singer; an album that stands in front of us without exaggerated purpose or extravagant soundstages. They are some of his favourite songs for us to enjoy.

From timeless standards such as Duke Ellington’s “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore” to Gershwin’s “They Can’t Take That Away From Me” to mid-period 20th century favourites like “Spooky” and “Fly Me to the Moon”. Each delivered with a casual excellence and a convincing emotional connection. And onwards to the contemporary pop era.

There’s Bill Withers’ dreamy, sad epic “Ain’t No Sunshine”, “Everybody’s Talking” written by Bob Dylan’s NYC friend, Fred Neil in the early 60s and the enduring David Bowie parental burst of mischief, “Kooks”.

Instores April 21, 'Between You And Me' is the essential Mother's Day gift and the perfect addition to any music collection.