Showered on her many Gold and Platinum Award Breakthrough Album "Deleted scenes from the cutting room floor" courted Caro Emerald 2009 the glitter and glamor of Hollywood's glorious 40s and 50s - with their highly anticipated second album "The Shocking Miss Emerald" constitutes Dutch pop queen now their fascinating journey into the past continues!
The previous success Vita of hot-blooded Dutch reads like a wonderful dream: (!) With "deleted scenes from the cutting room floor" sold immediately worldwide nearly two million units, was 30 consecutive weeks represented in the Dutch album charts (and thus a total of four weeks longer than the previous record holder, Michael Jackson with "Thriller") and finally in the whole of Europe with a true precious metal rain for your top 5 debut and the coupled smash single "a Night Like This" (with the she sensational 57 weeks in the charts NL was) Showered!
After several international awards such as the Echo, the Golden Camera and the MTV award the 32-year-old Amsterdam pop diva dreams now her dream with "The Shocking Miss Emerald" on! And it leads again far back into the past: From the infamous Hollywood jazz club the journey time to just seedy as (gl) amorous Paris of the 40s and 50s - the perfect place for Caro Emerald, the rousing her retro style between jazz, swing, songs and rhythms of South America, between nostalgia and modernity remains one hand loyal, stylistically but also drew inspiration from the European art movement of the early 20th century. Fashion, Music, Photography - captured in "The Shocking Miss Emerald". Nearly two years have Caro and her team filed the new material; and the first time one has fulfilled the long-standing desire to work with a real orchestra! Under the aegis of the renowned composer and conductor Jules Buckley, who has previously helped already acts like the Basement Jaxx, the Arctic Monkeys or Professor Green from orchestral garb, was so at the legendary Abbey Road Studios in London very large midnight cinema! What the modern canvas masterpiece was "Midnight In Paris" for late Woody Allen, that means for the new album Caro Emerald. Curtain up and stage for "The Shocking Miss Emerald"!
And so begins "The Shocking Miss Emerald" today exactly where the namesake on their debut with the track "I Know That He's Mine" has ended: Paris. Musically presents you look at this time a little gloomy, opaque, but also romantic, lively and lots of glamorous. A nostalgic exhilarating views of yellowed black and white photos with memories of a golden age, of Caro Emerald be brought back to life - of course in their very own, timeless style! Speaking Style: Something that was in the life of the Dutch singer and style icon has always been crucial. Has always been Caro Emerald captivated by the haute couture of the 20th century and of course its cradle, the exciting fashion capital on the Seine. In months of research work it has dug for artistic inspiration through whole archive antique photos; Images of a bygone era that now shines on "The Shocking Miss Emerald" to regain its former luster. Since the earliest days of the French capital was attraction of intellectual and artistic of all kinds; whether poets, writers painter, singer, dancer or fashion designer - a multi statically charged atmosphere that is clearly felt on the magnificent boulevards and winding Rues even today and their bright light is also reflected on the album. Since ravel Fashion icons such as Coco Chanel or artistic legends such as man Ray, together with his entourage in the mind's eye along. Since diving luxury hotels and bars as well from the fog of the past on how sleazy cabarets where looking tortured artistic souls relief and forget. Caro Emerald raises "The Shocking Miss Emerald" a look behind the scenes and illuminated in their songs the dark side behind the glamor between sparkling champagne and salty tears. Just as on the first pre-release single "Tangled Up""The play is pretty hooky; it is about getting caught up in relationships with two different men," says Caro. "The protagonist does not know how they will decide. I think the lyrics on the new album are compared to 'Deleted Scenes ...' a bit wicked, naughty. I'm one step further and present myself as Miss Emerald of a previously perhaps not as well-known side. After learning myself as elegant, dignified love spinster who I now present to my dark side ... "even the exciting, undiscovered side of" Shocking Miss Emerald ". "The album title actually refers to the way we work," explains Caroline Esmeralda van der Leeuw aka Mademoiselle Emerald amused. "We try not to make everything as it dictates the music industry Typically,. Regardless of the relationship this may be for some people quite shocking!"
Highly seductive, sexy, shocking and even a little wink adopt Caro Emerald also on the dramatic Lovesong "I Belong To You", on the equally bombastic as captivating refrain himself would have been proud Shirley Bassy or James Bond. "Excuse My French" Resembles with its circular rhythm rather a retro carousel on a tipsy Art Deco-year market, while "My Two Cents" with its hypnotic piano in Latino Groove all girls in the world dedicated who unhappily in love with this very special unapproachable types. A song with 100% autobiographical background, considering the countless then melting visitors look at Caro's chronically sold out shows, on stage alongside her guitarist Wieger jockeying quite coincidentally mainly to the best view ... on "The Maestro" bows they before their big idol, fashion guru Karl Lagerfeld and his immortal statements. And finally, the infamous Miss Emerald with "Pack Up The Louie" yet a true Southern Song in luggage, the right from their 2nd hand vintage suitcase (of course, from the studio of Louis Vuitton) was inspired.
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