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The Long Ride Home Tonight

The Long Ride Home Tonight

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Introducing “The Long Ride Home Tonight”, the brand-new album from Life is Elsewhere – a musical journey that effortlessly blends captivating melodies and exceptional artistry that will captivate your senses from start to finish.

What’s even more remarkable is that this album has been released in support of The National Brain Appeal, allowing you to make a meaningful contribution to our cause. While you can enjoy the album online via various streaming platforms, it’s also an opportunity to make a donation.

When you purchase this product, you’ll receive a link to listen to this album on all streaming services and as a token of thanks, a copy of our Brain Food e-book that is packed with 28 delectable recipes from renowned chefs, celebrities, and local culinary experts, including the likes of Thomasina Miers from Wahaca, actress Joanna David, and TV presenter Richard Arnold.

Immerse yourself in the enchanting melodies of Life is Elsewhere, knowing that your support is making a difference.

Please note: after purchase, you will receive an email containing a link to the full album available for listening on all streaming services and Brain Food e-book.

About Life is Elsewhere

“Life is Elsewhere” are Nick Losseff, Consultant at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (Songwriting, Vocals, Keys, Arrangements), Liam Dunachie (Producer, Arranger, Piano, Keyboards), Jules Jackson (Basses), Tommy Emmerton (Guitars), Paul Gregory (Drums), John Prestage (Recording and Mixing Engineer) and Luke Farnell (Assistant Mixing Engineer). The project was recorded at Livingston Studios and mastered at AIR Lyndhurst by Cicely Balston. Additional overdubs by Hayley Sanderson (vocals), George Hogg (Trumpet and Flugelhorn), Christopher Maddock (Saxophones) and Tom Dunnett (Trombone).

Many thanks to Carolyn Gabriel who wrote the lyrics to “Soar” and contributed to many others, Izzy Losseff (The Voice of Marjorie in Man from Africa) and Oscar Losseff (for bouncing ideas about style and help with the mastering). “Melancholy Baby” and “How Do You Do Me” are musically re-realised from the 1912 and 1924 lyrics.

It was a lot of fun, and is released in aid of The National Brain Appeal.


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