Who knows what tomorrow may bring (Sepia)





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Published on May 3, 2012

Latest music video from our new album Swings and heartaches. Available on CDBaby; http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/lillyofthewe... http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/swin...
"Swings & heartaches" includes eleven songs, in two parts.
The "swings" are lively, up-tempo songs from the 40s/50s, featuring two Patsy Cline hits ("Gotta lotta rhythm in my soul" & "Walkin' after midnight"), one by Hank Williams ("Lovesick blues"), two old western/swing standards ("My window faces the south", "I'm gonna sit right down and write myself a letter") and a modern swing ("Who knows what tomorrow may bring").
The "heartaches" are beautiful ballades with strong lyrics. One is a Johnny Cash/June Carter duet ("If I were a carpenter"), another is an Everly Brothers' classic ("Crying in the rain"); a modern nostalgic song by Juice Holland & Sam Brown ("Valentine moon") and two Bulgarian folk melodies ("Brala moma" & "Malka moma").


Lilly Drumeva -- lead & harmony vocals, fiddle
Yasen Vasilev -- lead & harmony vocals, lead & rhythm guitars
Michail Shishkov -- lead and harmony vocals, Dobro, piano
Svoboda Bozduganova -- upright bass: pizzicato and arco

With special guests: Michal Barok -- mandolin, Milena Vuleva -- fiddle

"Lilly of the West" was formed in 1996 by Lilly Drumeva in Sofia. Shortly after releasing a debut album, the band toured successfully throughout Europe and the US, winning European and international bluegrass music awards. "Lilly of the west" has a large repertoire, including country, bluegrass, swing, jazz, pop and Bulgarian folk music. The band has released 9 albums to date; the latter ("Swings & heartaches") is a collection of jazz & swing standards from the 1930s/40s.

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