Eclipse Choir | Waterloo Sunset (Jhm Remix)

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Waterloo Sunset (Jhm Remix)

by Eclipse Choir

Eclipse Choir has a powerful and purposeful soulful style which has won them legions of fans.
Genre: Pop: 60's Pop
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Album Notes
"Waterloo Sunset" is the first commercial release by London's soulful Eclipse Choir. The arrangement, which was commissioned for BBC Music Day 2018, is by renowned music producer James Hawkins, musical creator of the Missing People Choir (Britain's Got Talent Finalists 2017) and producer of the Top 40 Choir Album 'Stand Together' by Choirs With Purpose.

Eclipse Choir performed this version of the track on BBC London News, BBC Music Day (28 September 2018).
Words and Music by Ray Davies - © 1967 DAVRAY MUSIC LTD & CARLIN MUSIC DELEWARE LLC, London NW1 8BD. Arranged by James Hawkins - All Rights Reserved by Carlin Music Deleware LLC – Used by Permission.

Production Credits:
Lead melody line performed by Seventh Avenue Vocal Group
Choir Harmonies performed by Eclipse Choir
Additional vocals performed by Sue Townsend, Miranda Mills, Bryony Pemberton, Alan Jones, Hollie Lawrence, Charlotte Duff, Sarah-Jane Clements, James Hawkins
Guitars performed by William Cragg
All other instruments performed by James Hawkins
Arranged, recorded, mixed and produced by James Hawkins
Recorded on location at All Saints Church, Kingston, The Quaker Centre, Kingston, Chocolate Box Studios
Artwork by Bryony Pemberton

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