Allison Crowe continues to release videos from her upcoming 16-song “visual album.” Allison’s cover of Tori Amos’ “Doughnut Song” is here paired with footage from the 1947 surrealist film Dreams That Money Can Buy. I’ll post the full 16-video playlist here upon its release.
Today marks the first official release from Allison Crowe’s upcoming 16-song “visual album.” This time her original song “Disease” is paired with footage from a 1947 classic experimental film called The Girl with the Prefabricated Heart. Allison plans to release a video each day, culminating in the full 16-video playlist.
Forget Beyoncé, our favorite Canadian songstress Allison Crowe just announced the upcoming release of her first “video album.” Comprised of previously released Allison Crowe originals as well as covers of songs by Annie Lennox, Tori Amos and Elton John, the video album will be released in September. Checkout the tracklist and image teaser below…
Allison Crowe Video Album Tracklist:
Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters
Running for Home
Alive and Breathing
Throw Your Arms Around Me
Our favorite Canadian songstress Allison Crowe recently covered the classic jazz ballad “My Funny Valentine” at a live performance in Germany. I never thought anyone could match, let alone surpass, the great Etta James on this song, but Allison’s gut-busting high notes take the melody to a whole ‘nother level…