Ellipse

Ellipse

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by Imogen Heap
     
 

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The same day Imogen Heap wrapped up her tour for the breakthrough album Speak For Yourself, she delved into the writing process for Ellipse's thirteen tracks. Beginning in Hawaii and working through Fiji, Tasmania, Japan, China, and Thailand, Ellipse began to take shape. Imogen then returned home to continue work on the record and remained true to

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The same day Imogen Heap wrapped up her tour for the breakthrough album Speak For Yourself, she delved into the writing process for Ellipse's thirteen tracks. Beginning in Hawaii and working through Fiji, Tasmania, Japan, China, and Thailand, Ellipse began to take shape. Imogen then returned home to continue work on the record and remained true to her do-it-yourself ethos, building her new studio in the "playroom" of her old family home -- an 18th century 'oval villa' on the outskirts of London. From the Label

Product Details

Release Date:
08/25/2009
Label:
Rca
UPC:
0886975060528
catalogNumber:
750605
Rank:
42865

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Performance Credits

Imogen Heap   Primary Artist,Vocals,Sounds
Nitin Sawhney   Acoustic Guitar
Ian Burdge   Cello
Leo Abrahams   Electric Guitar
Arve Henriksen   Trumpet
Ashwin Srinivasan   Background Vocals,Bansuri
Oliver Langford   Violin

Technical Credits

Mark Wood   Management
Imogen Heap   Composer,Programming,Producer,Engineer
Jessica Butler   Projection
Michelle Thomas   Projection
Adriane Lake   Projection
Ewan Robertson   Producer,Concept
Albert Q Bui   Projection
Annelieke Bosdijk   Projection
Alex Carmichal   Projection
Randall Dameron   Projection
Vladislav Gusarov   Projection
J. Daniel Geddis   Projection
Nick Moulakis   Projection
Nathan Nye   Projection

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Ellipse 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
melephant More than 1 year ago
I love Immi's new CD! It is so much fun to listen to... I actually went to the NYC signing of her CD, and she is soo very nice in person. She wanted to talk to each and every person that was there, even though there was not enough time scheduled for her to do so...
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lowlypeon More than 1 year ago
While it sure isn't the same as "Speak For Yourself," it is a nice follow up and is pleasing to the ears, especially after a few listens. It flows nicely together from song to song.
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