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Music : YANAH releases new single "If this is what love is" on Flying Snowman Records
Posted by The Flying Snowman on 2004/11/4 18:25:00 (2708 reads)
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After making it to Radio 2 Zomerhit 2004, Tien om te Zien, Marktrock and numerous summer gigs thru her pop rock but beat-nik, successful single "Back Against the Wall", Yanah now comes out with a new, certified hit that will again capture the Belgian trademark for highly tasteful mellow music.


The first song on the two-A-sided single entitled "If this is what love is" has a fantastic acoustic feel appropriate for lyrics that simply talk about an ordinary person's unique realization of the twists and turns of being in love but with Yanah's own unique composing skills.

Eric Geurts, the producer of Yanah says, "'Love' has been the central theme of many many songs throughout history, in fact, it's the most common language in songs from the Beatles to the Corrs, Avril, even Alanis and our very own Natalia. Yanah did a good job in composing the song because it's a song that expresses her unique musical talent, a familiar pop mellow tune departing from Sophie Zelmani, Lisa Loeb, or even Suzanne Vega but at the same time highly influenced by them."

Yanah is also very excited that she had the rare chance to remake the (Eagles) Don Henley's post-summer hit "The Boys of Summer" but with her own world music twist combining percussion instruments like conga, ballofon, marimba, violins, lapsteel guitar, acoustic and electric guitars, and of course piano. "The boys of Summer" is in fact the most expensive and highly produced song in the Yanah album "The girl in the picture". Patrick Riguelle from De Laatste Show played the pedal steel and sang the backing vocal.



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