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Chris Lloyds - Chris Lloyds Sings Matt Monro (2015)

9-04-2015, 00:38
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Pop

Chris Lloyds - Chris Lloyds Sings Matt Monro (2015)

Artist: Chris Lloyds
Title Of Album: Chris Lloyds Sings Matt Monro
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz/Pop Vocals
Label: Fanfare Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 39:35
Total Size: 104 MB
Covers: Front

01. Love Is A Many Splendored Thing (2:47)
02. My Kind Of Girl (2:14)
03. Portrait Of My Love (2:29)
04. On Days Like These (3:37)
05. Real Live Girl (2:09)
06. Walk Away (3:07)
07. From Russia With Love (2:28)
08. Around The World (2:07)
09. Who Can I Turn To (2:59)
10. The Shadow Of Your Smile (3:28)
11. I Will Wait For You (3:59)
12. Softly As I Leave You (3:09)
13. You've Got Possibilities (2:07)
14. Born Free (2:48)

Chris was born in Melbourne and started singing at 7 years of age where he became head chorister at Christ Church Grammar in South Yarra. His first pop band was "Mintwood Green" formed by his good friend Greg Shaw while attending The Southport School on the Gold Coast. His professional singing career began in the late 1970s as lead singer of the band Skintite. In the 80s Chris fronted the jazz/rock Brisbane based outfit Big Red who were signed to Mercury/Polygram and released the top 10 hit "The Traveller". The late 80s saw Chris move to Los Angeles where he remained for 2 years writing and recording at Pasha Studios, Studio West, Salty Dog Studios and Herbie Hancock's private studio. On returning to Australia, Chris became one of the country's busiest session singers and his voice was heard on radio and TV shows and commercials in Australia and overseas. During this time he signed to Mega/Sony records and released the single "It's Driving Me Crazy" and the stirring duet "Sometimes When We Touch" with Laurin James.

Chris went on to achieve success in Asia with his first solo album "Caught in the Magic" released through Pony Canyon/Devine in 1995. While performing in Kuala Lumpur at the Barn Thai Jazzaraunt over a few weeks, his self penned song, "Forever", went top 5 in Malaysia.

Returning to Australia, Chris became a regular face on the Ernie and Denise "In Sydney/Melbourne/Brisbane Today" shows and appeared on The Midday Show with Ray Martin, Good Morning Australia with Bert Newton and The Don Lane Show, whilst at the same time continuing a busy recording and touring schedule of live performances and studio work.

He was asked to audition for "Neighbours" and was ecstatic when he got the call to play Rod Baker, Natalie Imbruglia's fiance, for three months. Other highlights in Chris's career have been; playing on the same bill as Blondie, Joe Cocker and Meatloaf, touring nationally as a member of Long Way To The Top, Dr Hook and Birtles, Shorrock, Goble, and performing a simulcast jazz version of "I still call Australia Home" on Australia Day at Sydney's Darling Harbour for HRH Prince Charles and thousands of revelers...

Chris comes from a musical family with a long list of accomplishments. His Welsh grandmother was a renowned pianist and singer who, during the 1930s and 40s, had her own radio show in India. His great grandfather, George Walter Lloyds, was a pianist and conductor and an associate of the Royal College of Music. He composed under the name of Paul de Loetz and performed for Queen Victoria in the Royal Albert Hall and on the Royal Yacht on numerous occasions. His great aunt played the violin in Sir Malcolm Sargents Orchestra and Chris's father, Guy, studied the piano in his formative years, as did his father Eric.

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ogutierrez   User offline   15 April 2015 02:18

Thank you v. m.

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