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EMILIA MARTENSSON - Live at @BELMONT_VILLA - Session III - feat. Luca Boscagin & David Mrakpor
Emilia Martensson is one of those singers one could listen to forever. We proudly present her at our third session, accompanied by Luca Boscagin on guitar and David Mrakpor on Fender Rhodes. Unscripted, unedited, real, raw, live music. Subscribe here and follow us on Instagram (@belmont_villa - https://www.instagram.com/belmont_villa) to make sure you don't miss the next sessions. Follow Emilia Martensson @emilia_martensson Follow Luca Boscagin @luca_boska Follow David Mrakpor @davidmrakpor Filmed & Recorded by Muphovi Ltd. Set design by @taelormaede & @muphovi Sculptures by @elaine_breinlinger --- Set List: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:00:21 - Harvest Moon (written by Jamie Doe - The Magic Lantern) 00:06:56 - Skylark (written by Johnny Mercer & Hoagy Carmichael) 00:11:19 - Jag Unnar Dig Anda Allt Gott (Swedish Folk Song) 00:17:47 - Loredana (Emilia Martensson & Luca Boscagin) 00:23:39 - You Must Believe in Spring (Bill Evans) 00:29:47 - Arm Ourselves Against Ourselves (Barnaby Keen) Thanks for watching and keep spreading love! -Belmont Villa
Kairos 4tet feat. Emilia Martensson - 'The Body Keeps the Score'
Download/stream: https://ditto.fm/the-body-keeps-the-score Emilia Martensson - Vocals Adam Waldmann - Music & Lyrics, Saxophone through electronics Jasper Høiby - Bass Will Barry - Piano Fred Thomas - Cello, Synths, post-production Chris Hyson - post production Ruben Samama - post production Mixed by Ruben Samama Mastered by Peter Beckmann Engineered by Sonny Johns at Livingston Studios Video by Carl Ross-Mohl, Muphovi Ltd ------------------------------------------------------------------- Lyrics by Adam Waldmann The light in our Rena’s eyes Is a flame that never dies They landed on these shores in ’48 Not too sure, not too late She’d left in the midnight Fore the tanks came rolling in And when the mind could no longer endure The body kept the score House made of iron, come shelter us Rain on the roof, make our garden grow Tomorrow may be a better day Those Russian nights too much to bear A lonely breath could freeze in air Her hands raw from the bricks They had her toil to make In twilight on the Caspian Sea She prayed long for her family If only there was time to utter One goodbye I still hear that laughter now Showed me why, showed me how Despite of what became an abject fate Never words spoke in hate She loved without question Worked the clay to shape the pain I’ll run to you from school today once more Then we’ll sing Then we’ll sing Good-bye Good-bye Goodbye Goodbye Goodbye
'LOREDANA' By Emilia Mårtensson MUSIC VIDEO BY: Dave Mckean
Music by: Emilia Mårtensson/Luca Boscagin Lyrics: Emilia Mårtensson Emilia Mårtensson-Vocals Luca Boscagin-Guitar Adriano Adewale-Percussion Fulvio Sigurta-Trumpet Sam Lasserson-Bass Produced by: Chris Hyson Recorded by: Alex Bonney Music Video by: Dave Mckean OUT NOW on BABEL LABEL (UK) LOREDANA Mother, whirlwind mother of mine, there will always be a part of you in me that is mine. And I will find here, I'll show her to everyone, we were kept like fallow gardens all this time, waiting for the wind to come. And I will take it, I will take it all and run, I will howl at the wind you will see me win, Oh mother you will see me. And I will tell her, there's never not a lovely moon, and I am just like her and I am just like you. I felt her in soft and long early mornings, I felt her longing and wanting more, I felt her wrapped around my feet as time stood still, I felt her in you and I felt her in me I felt her in soft long early mornings, I felt her in autumn winds and new beginnings I felt her in echoes of voices of long, lost forgotten worlds I felt her silence... I felt her longing, wanting more, I felt her in you and I felt her in me. Inspired by the book 'Women who run with the wolfs by Clarissa Pinkola Estés