LMO recently recorded music for Ricardo Montaner‘s new album at Abbey Road Studios.
Montaner, born in Argentina, is a leading Latin singer and songwriter who has released more than 15 albums and numerous hit singles, selling over 22 million albums Worldwide. Recently, he broke the audience record at Mar del Plata, Argentina when over 220,000 people
attended his concert.
Ricardo Montaner’s new album was released on the Sony Music Latin label in 2014.
LMO recently recorded Ilan Eshkeri‘s music for the new video game Sims 4 at Abbey Road Studios.
The Sims is a life simulation video game series, developed by EA Maxis and published by EA. It is one of the most successful video games series of all time, having sold 175 million copies worldwide.
The new Kasabian album was released in June 2014.
In June 2013 John released his debut single ‘Love Me Again’ which sold 125,00 copies to reach no 1 in the UK singles chart.
The ‘Tribute’ album sessions were produced by Tim Baxter and recorded at RAK studios.
LMO were recently at Abbey Road studios to record with singer Katherine Crowe.
Katherine, who is terminally ill from breast cancer, fulfilled a lifelong ambition to record at Abbey Road studios with LMO. She flew from her home on the Isle of Man to record a new version of Charlie Chaplin’s song ‘Smile’ which was arranged by Julian Kershaw. LMO was led by
Janice Graham and conducted by Andy Brown and the recording was
produced by Steve Mclaughlin.
Smile has recently entered the iTunes chart where you can download the single and contribute to Katherine’s chosen charitable causes.
LMO were recently at Angel studios to record Only Boys Aloud‘s debut album for the Relentless / Sony music label.
LMO recorded 3 sessions for the album with a 21 piece string section, followed by a session each for 4 woodwind and 10 brass.
Only Boys Aloud’s first album was released this November.
50 strings, 8 woodwind (with doubles),10 brass, timps, percussion, harp and piano convened for 4 sessions at Abbey Road studio 1.
LMO was led by David Juritz and conducted by Andy Brown. Orchestrations were by Robert Elhai and Jessica Dannheiser and the sessions were engineered by Steve Mclaughlin who also co produced the music with Ilan Eshkeri.
The AHAE ‘Through my Window’ exhibition is currently showing at the Jardin des Tuilieries, Paris, accompanied by Ilan’s music, and there are plans for further exhibitions around the World.
The sessions took place at British Grove Studios and were engineered and produced by Steve McLaughlin.
The performance, in front of an invited audience, featured their new single Replay and was also filmed by the bands’ record label EMI Music for DVD release in Japan and other countries.