The Essential Advent Calendar: December 15

The Essential Advent Calendar: December 16 – Katie Melua Featuring Gori Women’s Choir ‘What A Wonderful World’

Door number 16 reveals ‘What A Wonderful World’ by the multi-award-winning artist Katie Melua, taken from her new limited edition ‘Live In Concert’ double album. Having previously topped the charts with her recording of the song with Eva Cassidy, on this ”magnificent and emotional” live version Katie is joined by the  extraordinary voices of the Gori Women’s Choir.

Stream/buy ‘What A Wonderful World’ here.

Recorded at London’s Central Hall, Westminster, in December 2018, the limited edition ‘Live In Concert’ 2xCD collection is presented as a stunning 84-page hardback book, and contains never-before-seen photographs of moments on stage and behind-the-scenes, captured by renowned photographer Karni Arieli.  The book also contains the exquisite illustrations created by the show’s Creative Directors Karni & Saul, and opens with a foreword written by Katie herself.

This 2xCD collection is a perfect souvenir of a truly remarkable tour and can be ordered here.

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