Scottish born, international singer/songwriter Lucinda Sieger, best known for her UK Number One dance track “40 Miles” and live appearance on Top of the Pops with Congress has worked with many successful artists over the years, including members of Leftfield and Bronski Beat.
Lucinda returns to the light with the release of her first album " I Believe" which has been reissued and released in Japn on Think REcords.her new release "Silver Life". This project brings forth new guitar led and harmony driven accoustic songs attracting a stunning team of musicians and producers, including fabulous remixes by , world music maestos Temple of Sound, more recently the creative forces of Slipper (Loop Guru) and bass player Winston Blissett (Massive Attack).
Jazzwise Jane Cornwell
Part Joni, part carillon, it gleams and flashes throughout.
Uncut Nigel Williamson
Think of Beth Orton's collaboration with the Chemicals, but with dashes of Rickie Lee Jones and Jhelisa Anderson.
Scotland on Sunday Colin Somerville
"Sensitive and sophisticated "
Q Magazine Toby Manning
She's fused dance, Latin and folk into something that sounds tailor-made for Glastonbury's jazzworld stage.
'Perhaps one day the Astrud Gilberto of the gorbals'
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Think Records in Japan release a reissue of Lucinda's first album, " I Believe" which includes bonus tracks from her first single "Sunset Red " and previously unreleased demos.
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