The Abbey Road Sessions features 16 classic songs belted out by a Kylie that you know and love. There is even one new and previously unreleased track, "Flower." Kylie’s latest single “Flower” is a song she wrote several years ago following her battle with breast cancer, to the child she wishes she might one day still have. Kylie is a breast cancer survivor and donates her time to American Cancer Society, as well as amFAR for AIDS research.
I love the almost bluesy gospel sound of Slow. the sultry sounds of On a Night Like This and All The Lovers is transformed with the orchestra into something else. I Should Be So Lucky is recognizable but slower and more interesting this time around.
Nick Cave re-recorded their duet of Where the Wild Roses Grow specially for the album. it sounds as pretty as it ever did. The Locomotion has those same catchy words and music that got you up and moving the first time. Flower is a beautiful ballad that sounds perfect and very modern.
I can't believe it is Kylie's 25th anniversary in music throughout 2012. This album is another addition to all her other hits and is a must have for any Kylie Minogue music fan. Check out the tracks on the Abbey Road Sessions sampler from Youtube. Don't forget to follow Kylie on twitter at www.twitter.com/kylie minogue
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