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Play is the newest albums of the classical crossover string quartet BOND. It is the fourth album released by the group and be the first album produced by the second-line of BOND. Many pieces from this album was performed by BOND on their tour at Mexico on October 2010.

Play has "Gypsy, Folk and Eastern European influences", as a statement from Tania from an interview. And, like what Eos revealed, the album is "quite a celebratory album, good for parties and for playing live".

Play recognizes the contribution of the long-time collaborator Magnus Fiennes (although he was absent in the recent album Classified) with 4 new music pieces (included Diablo) and a remix of Diablo as bonus. The album also included a re-arrangement of Victory, a work by the successful collaborator Tonči Huljić, named Victory 10 for celebrating BOND 10th anniversary and remarking the 10 years of the song since its first appearance also. Moreover, Play had many interesting joint-projects between BOND and others.

The album was firstly released at Mexico and some Latin America countries on June 2011.

 

Trivia


- Diablo is the lead single from the album

- Jai Ho is one of the earliest recognized songs from the album and was first played by bond at Llangollen International Eisteddfod Festival on July 08th 2010

- Eos Chater marks her return in composing as BOND with a new music piece: West with the night, inspired from a memoir with the same name, released in 1942, of Beryl Markham, the first person fly solo across the Atlantic from East to West

- Pump It is a mixed inspiration between the original composition Pump It! of Dick Dale (1937 – ) with Misirlou, the original rhythm that Pump It! based on; the track is also written as Pump It!/Misirlou; this song, like Jai Ho was also played at Llangollen International Eisteddfod Festival, England on July 08th 2010

- Last Time is a cover song of Rolling Stones, also has another name: Bittersweet

- At first, Play planned not to have any contribution of Tonči Huljić, as what Eos once said with BOND fans; however, Victory 10, a Huljić's music pieces, was added at the last minutes (but a new arrangement from the old song might not be counted as a specific contribution from him).

- Play is labeled as Play for Smile at Japan, as BOND's wish to regain the smile for Japanese people after the great disaster: 9.1 Richter earthquake on March 2011.

- West with the night was mis-labeled as Midas on Amazon Japan page.

 

Track listing


 

Play (Mexico & Latin-America Edition)

  1. Diablo - 3:58

     Composer: Magnus Fiennes (1961 – ) and Michael Lowley

  2. Jai Ho - 3:37

     Composer: A.R Rahman (1966 – ), Gulzar & Tanvi Shah

  3. Elysium - 4:05

     Composer: Magnus Fiennes (1961 – ) and Michael Lowley

  4. Pump It - 3:39

     Composer: Nicholas Roubanis, Alan Apll Pineda, Stacy Ferguson & Thomas

  5. Beatroot - 2:38

     Composer: Gay-Yee Westerhoff (1973 – )

  6. Last Time - 3:42

     Composer: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards

  7. Summer - 3:15

     Composer: Antonio Vivaldi (1678 – 1741)

     Arrangement: BOND (Tania Davis, Eos Chater, Elspeth Hanson, Gay-Yee Westerhoff)

  8. Winter - 4:02

     Composer: Antonio Vivaldi (1678 – 1741)

     Arrangement: BOND (Tania Davis, Eos Chater, Elspeth Hanson, Gay-Yee Westerhoff)

  9. Apasionada - 3:40

     Composer: Magnus Fiennes (1961 – ) and Michael Lowley

10. West With The Night - 3:10

     Composer: Eos Chater (1976 – )

11. Road To Samarkand - 3:25

     Composer: BOND (Tania Davis, Eos Chater, Elspeth Hanson, Gay-Yee Westerhoff)

                       Magnus Fiennes (1961 – ) & Ric Featherstone

12. Victory 10 - 3:10

     Composer: Tonči Huljić (1961 – )

     Produced by Graham Stack. Co-produced by BOND. Mixed by Matt Furmidge

13. Diablo (Bonus Track) - 4:23

     Composer: Magnus Fiennes (1961 – ) and Michael Lowley

 

 

 

 

Release date: June 26th, 2011

Recorded: 2008 - 2010

Length: 46:44

Label: Sony Music

Executive producer: ?

Producers: Magnus Fiennes & ?

 

Play for Smile (Japan Regular Edition)

  1. Diablo - 3:58

     Composer: Magnus Fiennes (1961 – ) and Michael Lowley

  2. Jai Ho - 3:37

     Composer: A.R Rahman (1966 – ), Gulzar & Tanvi Shah

  3. Elysium - 4:05

     Composer: Magnus Fiennes (1961 – ) and Michael Lowley

  4. Pump It - 3:39

     Composer: Nicholas Roubanis, Alan Apll Pineda, Stacy Ferguson & Thomas

  5. Beatroot - 2:38

     Composer: Gay-Yee Westerhoff (1973 – )

  6. Last Time - 3:42

     Composer: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards

  7. Summer - 3:15

     Composer: Antonio Vivaldi (1678 – 1741)

     Arrangement: BOND (Tania Davis, Eos Chater, Elspeth Hanson, Gay-Yee Westerhoff)

  8. Winter - 4:02

     Composer: Antonio Vivaldi (1678 – 1741)

     Arrangement: BOND (Tania Davis, Eos Chater, Elspeth Hanson, Gay-Yee Westerhoff)

  9. Apasionada - 3:40

     Composer: Magnus Fiennes (1961 – ) and Michael Lowley

10. West With The Night - 3:10

     Composer: Eos Chater (1976 – )

11. Road To Samarkand - 3:25

     Composer: BOND (Tania Davis, Eos Chater, Elspeth Hanson, Gay-Yee Westerhoff)

                       Magnus Fiennes (1961 – ) & Ric Featherstone

12. Victory 10 - 3:10

     Composer: Tonči Huljić (1961 – )

     Produced by Graham Stack. Co-produced by BOND. Mixed by Matt Furmidge

13. Diablo (Bonus Track) - 4:23

     Composer: Magnus Fiennes (1961 – ) and Michael Lowley

14. BOND goes GAGA (Bonus Track)

     <Lady Gaga Medley: Born This Way - Poker Face - Bad Romance - Judas>

 

 

 

 

 

Release date: September 21th, 2011

Recorded: 2008 - 2010

Catalogue No.: UCCS-1141

Length: ?

Label: Universal Music Japan

Executive producer: ?

Producers: Magnus Fiennes & ?

 

Play for Smile (Japan Limited Edition)
  • CD

  1. Diablo - 3:58

     Composer: Magnus Fiennes (1961 – ) and Michael Lowley

  2. Jai Ho - 3:37

     Composer: A.R Rahman (1966 – ), Gulzar & Tanvi Shah

  3. Elysium - 4:05

     Composer: Magnus Fiennes (1961 – ) and Michael Lowley

  4. Pump It - 3:39

     Composer: Nicholas Roubanis, Alan Apll Pineda, Stacy Ferguson & Thomas

  5. Beatroot - 2:38

     Composer: Gay-Yee Westerhoff (1973 – )

  6. Last Time - 3:42

     Composer: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards

  7. Summer - 3:15

     Composer: Antonio Vivaldi (1678 – 1741)

     Arrangement: BOND (Tania Davis, Eos Chater, Elspeth Hanson, Gay-Yee Westerhoff)

  8. Winter - 4:02

     Composer: Antonio Vivaldi (1678 – 1741)

     Arrangement: BOND (Tania Davis, Eos Chater, Elspeth Hanson, Gay-Yee Westerhoff)

  9. Apasionada - 3:40

     Composer: Magnus Fiennes (1961 – ) and Michael Lowley

10. West With The Night - 3:10

     Composer: Eos Chater (1976 – )

11. Road To Samarkand - 3:25

     Composer: BOND (Tania Davis, Eos Chater, Elspeth Hanson, Gay-Yee Westerhoff)

                       Magnus Fiennes (1961 – ) & Ric Featherstone

12. Victory 10 - 3:10

     Composer: Tonči Huljić (1961 – )

     Produced by Graham Stack. Co-produced by BOND. Mixed by Matt Furmidge

13. Diablo (Bonus Track) - 4:23

     Composer: Magnus Fiennes (1961 – ) and Michael Lowley

14. BOND goes GAGA (Bonus Track)

     <Lady Gaga Medley: Born This Way - Poker Face - Bad Romance - Judas>


  • DVD 
  1. Diablo - Video 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Release date: September 21th, 2011

Recorded: 2008 - 2010

Catalogue No.: UCCS-9030

Length: ?

Label: Universal Music Japan

Executive producer: ?

Producers: Magnus Fiennes & ?

 

Play (International Edition)
  • Track-list unavailable                                                                                       

 

Release date: September 2011

Recorded: 2008 - 2010

Length: ?

Label: ?

Executive producer: ?

Producers: Magnus Fiennes & ?

 

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