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USO Release First Album Classic Ibiza

Urban Soul Orchestra releases Classic Ibiza, an album of iconic club anthems and chill-out classics from the White Island, to coincide with the UK tour. The album is available to purchase now, either at the live shows, online, or through digital download and online streaming here

The tracks have been re-worked with new and exclusive orchestrations by USO Musical Director Stephen Hussey:

“I’m very proud to present this album, which brings together two worlds of music I’m equally passionate about, orchestral and dance. As with the Classic Ibiza show, there is something for everyone. It starts with beautiful and mellow chill-out classics, building to iconic house anthems of the nineties and noughties, and ending with some of the more recent club hits that crossed over into the mainstream.”

Classic Ibiza was produced by life-long friend and collaborator Joe Crisp (Spiral Music) and features vocal performances from Renn Washington, Roo Savill, Jina Burrows and Izzy Chase-Philmore. The bonus track on the album, entitled Soul Of The World is an original track featuring the stunning vocals of Fola.

Watch the behind the scenes videos below of the making of the Classic Ibiza album:

The Making Of The Classic Ibiza Album #1 - Strings

The Making Of The Classic Ibiza Album #2 - Horns

The Making Of The Classic Ibiza Album #3 - Guitars & Electric Violin

The Making Of The Classic Ibiza Album #4 - Vocals

The Making Of The Classic Ibiza Album #5 - Vocals Part 2

The Making Of The Classic Ibiza Album 

Following the success of the Classic Ibiza live show at Blickling Estate in August 2016, Urban Soul Orchestra and DJ Goldierocks will be performing again this Summer at four of the UK’s most beautiful stately homes - Bowood House, Wiltshire (5th August), Blickling Estate, Norfolk (11th August), Knebworth House, Hertfordshire (19th August) and Bolesworth Castle, Cheshire (1st September). For more information and tickets, see www.classicibiza.co.uk 

Photography credit: christaylorphoto.co.uk