Version of Me is the seventh studio album by English recording artist Melanie C. It was released on 21 October 2016 by Red Girl Records. Working with longtime co-writers Peter Vettese and Adam Argyle, alongside the young south London production duo Sons Of Sonix (Stormzy, Tinie Tempah, Wretch 32 and Ariana Grande), Melanie has made the freshest, most contemporary-sounding album of her career.
À la mort de sa mère, Brett Bohlinger pense hériter de l'empire familial. Or elle ne reçoit qu'un feuillet jauni : la liste des choses qu'elle ambitionnait de vivre lorsqu'elle avait quatorze ans. Pour toucher son héritage, il lui faudra, en un an, réaliser tous ces objectifs…
Climate is changing. Instead of showing all the worst that can happen, this documentary focuses on the people suggesting solutions and their actions.
La conjonction des crises écologiques, économiques et sociales n’a jamais été aussi préoccupante. Et pourtant ni les responsables politiques, ni l’opinion publique ne réagissent vraiment. Pourquoi ? En 2012, Cyril Dion, qui dirige alors l’ONG Colibris initiée par Pierre Rabhi, prend connaissance d’une étude annonçant la disparition possible d’une partie de l’humanité d’ici à 2100. …
'I waited a long time before listening to interpretations of the Sonata in B minor by my great predecessors, the masters of the art – all so different. For I very quickly made the Sonata my story, so caught up was I in the event I was living through. This sonata can be all things to all people, according to the inspiration, the character, the mood of the performer; it can follow the instant, the fleeting sentiment, or be straight-backed and noble! Every interpretation is different, yet they all remain the Liszt Sonata.'
Featuring "Birthday Of The Rain"
Having found her stride in the studio on 1970s Candles in the Rain, Melanie's 1971 release The Good Book seemed like a case of two steps forward, one step back. The Good Book was recorded while Melanie was at loggerheads with her record label, Buddah Records (Melanie and her husband and studio collaborator Peter Schekeryk would form their own label to release her next LP), and while it doesn't seem to have impacted the craft of the album, the presence of three covers and the frequently dour mood of these songs don't seem to reflect an artist who was entirely at peace with herself.