3 songs will be recorded in The Flying Snowman Studio. They should be ready some time around October 2005.
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.
Belgian Singer-songwriter YANAH, signed on Flying Snowman Records, received excellent reviews for her debut album "The girl in the picture" in Belgian newspapers and magazines like Dag Allemaal, Het Belang Van Limburg, Joepie, Flair, Pas-uit, Menzo, La Dernière Heure, ...
Singer-songwriter YANAH, who earlier this year was a Eurosong candidate for the Flemish television with her furious guitarpopsong "Yes Or No", and who last year dedicated the song "the girl in the picture" to Kim Phuc (once the screaming naked 9-year-old girl in the world-famous picture taken by Nick Ut after a napalm bomb attack in South-Vietnam), releases her first first album: "The girl in the picture".
From April 2002 till June 2003, a big bunch of songs were recorded at E-Rick's "Flying Snowman" home studio. One of the crucial steps was the recording of extra acoustic instruments (fiddle, tin whistle, flute, guitar, piano, djembé & african percussion, tabla and didjeridoo, played by Yanah and different guest musicians, like Dirk Naessens from Urban Trad), to reinforce the acoustic glance of the original compositions. The exotic instruments colour the songs with a Celtic or Indian atmosphere, exactly the kind of touch Yanah was looking for.