Oct. 21, 2018

142: Songs For Swingin' Lovers (review)

142: Songs For Swingin' Lovers (review)

A memoir of love, lust, and regret set to Frank Sinatra’s title album and illustrated through song and dance.


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Songs for Swingin’ Lovers

Songs For Swingin’ Lovers! by Lachlan Graham and Amelia Homes is a memoir of love, lust, and regret set to Frank Sinatra’s title album and illustrated through song and dance.

Songs for Swingin’ Lovers! explores the ‘concept’ that lives within the album. It doesn’t take place in any particular setting but is more an expression of the themes and trends within each track. With a cast of four world-class professional dancers and one Sinatra rich singer, it explores the themes of love, lust, lies, and regret amongst many others. The album itself was originally strung together in 1956 with an idea of young love in mind and all the songs had an expression of swing to them. The cast together with the rich five-piece band paint an overarching picture to all the ebbs and flows the classic album has to offer.

Featuring the hit songs, Old Devil Moon, I’ve Got You Under My Skin and You Make Me Feel So Young. This production takes you back in time, awakening your senses to the glorious sounds of Frank Sinatra whilst drawing you into the tangled web of life that this album represents.

For more information visit https://chapeloffchapel.com.au/show/songs-for-swingin-lovers/ 

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