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VenueSala PalatuluiIon Campineanu nr. 28010039 BucurestiRomania
Seal's unique voice will resound
once again in Bucharest
Seal, the famous british singer and composer returns to Bucharest with his new world tour, in order to promote his newest album, Soul 2. The concert will take place on November 27th, in Sala Palatului, where the romanian audience will have the chance to listen to Seal's best hits, and also cover versions of a few world renowned songs.
Seal's career spans over two decades, in wich the artist has released countless hits, including the world famous Kiss from a Rose single, featured on the Batman Forever Soundrack (1995). In total, Seal has released eight studio albums, sold in over twenty million copies worldwide.
The artist's latest album, Soul 2, was recorded with the contribution of two old friends, the legendary producers Trevor Horn and David Foster. The first is credited with having boosted Seal into stardome back in 1990 and with producing his greatest hit, Kiss from a Rose, thus adding to his already rich portfolio that counts collaborations with bands such as Yes, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Pet Shop Boys, Simple Minds or Genesis and artists like David Bowie, Paul McCartney, Robbie Williams, Tom Jones or Annie Lennox. David Foster, on the other hand, is a winner of no less than sixteen Grammy Awards, and his career includes production work for artists like Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli, Tony Braxton, Michael Jackson and Madonna. Foster is also credited with discovering Michael Bublé and producing Seal's 2010 album Commitment.
Soul 2 is - as the name already reveals – is Seal's second cover album. The disc features songs like Wishing on a Star, Lean on Me or Love Don't Live Here Anymore and has recorded spectacular sales both in Europe and North America.
Seal rememberes how the original versions of the songs have had a great impact in his youth: “I remember songs like Wishing on a Star and Love Don’t Live Here Anymore — I just remember those songs being so unique-sounding when they came on the radio,” says Seal. “They had a big impact on me, because they were just very different from a lot of R&B that we were hearing. They were huge influences on my life and my outlook on writing music when I was growing up. We went for songs that were popular in England when I was growing up and take a slightly different approach in terms of the actual sound, hence Trevor Horn’s involvement”, adds the artist.