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Posted: 04/23/10 08:45 AM
Author: Jordan C
Location: Cambridge, UK
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Classic tunes to be covered for Camden?
I was doing some new music news digging around and I came across this below...

Famous for its vibrancy, its cultural diversity and for its music, Stables Market is unique amongst its peers. Steeped in history and individuality, totally cosmopolitan and eclectic, there is now an album series that captures the Sound of Camden and the vibe therein perfectly.
Owner Bebo Kobo and entrepreneur Itay Sachish have joined forces with music producer Roy Sela to deliver a series of albums that captivate the unique magical vibe that is Stables Market. The albums cover the electronic, classic and revolutionary sounds of bands such as U2, The Pixies, The Rolling Stones and more, tracks that are synonymous with the Sound of Camden.

Featuring Mutya Buena?s amazing vocals on six tracks, the Sound of Camden is a must have for anyone who has ever been to Camden town and its world famous markets.
?I am connected to the market and now I am singing songs that my mother loves as well, it?s amazing !? ? Mutya Buena

With over 2800 stalls all selling the ?Sound of Camden?, this makes Stables Market the world?s largest record store for the album and the series.
Anyone who has known, loved or visited Camden will love the ?Sound of Camden? ? the definitive musical guide to the capitals most vibrant location.

I'm not sure what the tracklistiong is as that wasn't mentioned but it certainly sounds like a brave cover version attempt!!

Posted: 07/14/10 09:29 AM
Author: allsortsof_stuff
Location: mars
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Classic tunes to be covered for Camden?
Wow those are some legendary bands! I'm actually quite confident that Mutya will do them justice though. She has such a soulful voice that it will be very interesting to see how the tracks turn out.

Aaron From OHWC
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