3 Nights

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Zulya and the Children of the Underground
3 Nights

[ UAR / Remote Control Records / CD ]

Release Date: Tuesday 5 June 2007

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'3 Nights' re-affirms Zulya's reputation as one of the most exotic and enthralling performers and songwriters in Australia, showcasing their exquisite musicianship, superb songwriting and intricate arrangements, to say nothing of Zulya's sublime voice.

'3 Nights' re-affirms Zulya's reputation as one of the most exotic and enthralling performers and songwriters in Australia. With songs sung in three languages - English, Russian, and Zulya's native tongue, Tatar - '3 Nights' showcases Zulya and the Children at the Underground at their most magnificent: exquisite musicianship, superb songwriting and intricate arrangements, to say nothing of Zulya's sublime voice.

Most excitingly and for the very first time, after residing fifteen years in Australia, on '3 Nights' Zulya sings her own songs in English. For listeners and fans familiar with Zulya's music who until now have enjoyed her songs in Russian and Tatar - the communication of its meaning and emotion going beyond language - this prospect is very exciting.

Along with Zulya (vocals, acoustic guitar), the Children of the Underground are: Anthony Schulz (piano accordion), Lucas Michailidis (electric guitar), Andrew Tanner (double bass) and Justin Marshall (drums, percussion).

Guest musicians on '3 Nights':
Eamon McNelis - trumpet
Rosalind Jones - trombone
Luke Farrugia - tuba
Adam Simmons - bass clarinet
Philip Mcleod - cello
Eki Veltheim - violin and viola.

Tracks:

1. How Lovers Fail and Fall {All Bad}
2. The Wolf and The Moon
3. Children’s Bird Song
4. White Wind Tango
5. Nevalyashka
6. The Night Is Dark
7. Love Hunter
8. We Twelve Girls
9. Hear How She Grows
10. Forgotten Song
11. Princess
12. Clocks
13. Red Flower
14. The Night Is Long