Alison Moyet announces Deluxe Editions of acclaimed albums Hometime, Voice and The Turn

CaptureOn 2nd October Cooking Vinyl release Deluxe Editions of Alison Moyet’s critically-acclaimed, best-selling albums Hometime, Voice and The Turn, all of which feature rare and previously unreleased material.

The Brit-nominated Hometime featured several songs co-written with Alison’s long time collaborator Pete Glenister. It was produced by The Insects, whose co-writing credits include Massive Attack and Madonna. On Hometime, The Sunday Times said “Moyet’s voice is simply unbelievable”, Mojo called it “magnificent” and The Independent declared “it may be her best album, period”.

Disc 2 of Hometime features previously unheard demo versions of album tracks The Train I Ride and More, but the biggest coup for Moyet fans comes in the shape of two entirely unheard songs – Sea Child and How Long – which are demos of tracks that were never fully produced or released.

With Voice, Alison made a radical diversion and recorded an album of songs by other composers that she loved, with the intention of concentrating on her instrument alone – minus the songwriting she was synonymous for.

Voice marked a first for Alison, as it featured a classical orchestra and was produced and arranged by Academy Award winner Anne Dudley. It entered the UK album charts at No.7 and reached gold status, selling a quarter of a million copies.

  • All 3 albums re-released 2nd October on Cooking Vinyl
  • Pre-order here – http://alisonmoyet.tmstor.es/
  • Formats: 2 X CD, heavyweight vinyl and download
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