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Liminal

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Star Catcher

Liminal

The ominous tale of a troubled soul. A rock track that is ambient, weightless and dynamic to the extreme, with an ethereal female vocal. This is the extended single version with an instrumental version of the song.

Star Catcher was originally released as part of the AMES Unsigned And Original compilation (2011). The compilation was a limited run CD and sold out quickly. Liminal is now proud to release the item as a download, with fresh mastering.

REVIEW:

“i slip my body into the water, candles bounce a soft light, i play some nice music, ethereal stuff from melbourne, a band called liminal, whom i think i may work with in the future, or at least be involved in something with them, they are awesome. yes i hear their sound penetrate the kingdom, the strange ebb and flow, as my body becomes weightless and i hear soft music, the sound of mandolins as i dissolve.” — Captain Mission, Blog

PERSONNEL:

Drums: Rob Brens Bass: Mike Dale Guitars: Stephen Robb Vocals: Corinna Jane FX: Corinna Jane

COPYRIGHT DETAILS:

(c) Corinna Peachey/Scott Roy 2000. Lyrics (c) Corinna Peachey 2000. All rights reserved. (p) Corinna Jane Peachey/Stephen Robb/Michael Dale 2007. All rights reserved. Recorded at Newmarket Studios and Tran-Aqua Studios, Melbourne. Mastering by Joe Carra of Crystal Mastering. Graphic design of cover courtesy of Kanvar Kreations. Original photography of cover (c) Corinna Peachey 2015.

LYRICS:

With the night sky See what you want to see White flowers Muted and serene And the night sky Comes together clean Cold and still Nothing's as it seems Nothing's as it seems

Star catcher Universe in your gaze Watch the stars at play Star catcher Universe in your gaze

With the night sky A canvas for a dream Instability Slower than the eye can see Pack away the pieces Dawn's creeping in Driving home To your impending doom Your impending doom

Star catcher Universe in your gaze Keep the dark at bay Star catcher Universe in your gaze

La la la, la la la la la la, la la Oh.... Hey... Hey hey, yeah Oh

Star catcher Universe in your gaze Keep the night at bay Oh- oooh.....

Is it quiet, quiet where you are? Is it quiet now (it is quiet now)? Just be quiet now Quiet (quiet) oh Star catcher...

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Star Catcher

Liminal

The ominous tale of a troubled soul. A rock track that is ambient, weightless and dynamic to the extreme, with an ethereal female vocal.

Star Catcher was originally released as part of the AMES Unsigned And Original compilation (2011). The compilation was a limited run CD and sold out quickly. Liminal is now proud to release the item as a digital single, with fresh mastering.

REVIEW:

“i slip my body into the water, candles bounce a soft light, i play some nice music, ethereal stuff from melbourne, a band called liminal, whom i think i may work with in the future, or at least be involved in something with them, they are awesome. yes i hear their sound penetrate the kingdom, the strange ebb and flow, as my body becomes weightless and i hear soft music, the sound of mandolins as i dissolve.” — Captain Mission, Blog

PERSONNEL:

Drums: Rob Brens Bass: Mike Dale Guitars: Stephen Robb Vocals: Corinna Jane FX: Corinna Jane

COPYRIGHT DETAILS:

(c) Corinna Peachey/Scott Roy 2000. Lyrics (c) Corinna Peachey 2000. All rights reserved. (p) Corinna Jane Peachey/Stephen Robb/Michael Dale 2007. All rights reserved. Recorded at Newmarket Studios and Tran-Aqua Studios, Melbourne. Mastering by Joe Carra of Crystal Mastering. Graphic design of cover courtesy of Kanvar Kreations. Original photography of cover (c) Corinna Peachey 2015.

LYRICS:

With the night sky See what you want to see White flowers Muted and serene And the night sky Comes together clean Cold and still Nothing's as it seems Nothing's as it seems

Star catcher Universe in your gaze Watch the stars at play Star catcher Universe in your gaze

With the night sky A canvas for a dream Instability Slower than the eye can see Pack away the pieces Dawn's creeping in Driving home To your impending doom Your impending doom

Star catcher Universe in your gaze Keep the dark at bay Star catcher Universe in your gaze

La la la, la la la la la la, la la Oh.... Hey... Hey hey, yeah Oh

Star catcher Universe in your gaze Keep the night at bay Oh- oooh.....

Is it quiet, quiet where you are? Is it quiet now (it is quiet now)? Just be quiet now Quiet (quiet) oh Star catcher...

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Heartbeat Expansion

Corinna Jane

"Inside a dream, everything is perfect... Heartbeat Expansion is an exquisite universe of beauty, come float away…" This is the extended single version, which includes instrumental and vocal-only versions of the track.

Rock/soul vocalist Corinna Jane has done the unexpected with this atmospheric original release. Heartbeat Expansion hearkens back to the days of Portishead and Massive Attack, with a big drum beat, ambient bass, eighties-influenced guitar and ethereal vocals.

REVIEWS

"Inside a dream, everything is perfect. Heartbeat Expansion is as serene as the night sky, full of sailing stars, drifting on an atmospheric, expansively tranquil bass line that reminds me of Pino Palladino. A sultry mix of Portishead beats, Franklin’s soul and Summers’ shimmer. Heartbeat Expansion is an exquisite universe of beauty, come float away…" - Scott Roy, singer-songwriter, New Zealand.

"Corinna Jane's new single, Heartbeat Expansion, is written in a dreamy Eva Cassidy-meets-Goldfrapp Sunday cruise mode with elements of the psychedelic. Whilst bordering the artist’s writing style from rock to trip hop, this single proves the vast skill and certainty of Corinna's vocal ability. She only lets her full voice out for two haunting notes, which catch the listener in their full force and keep you wanting more. I found myself seeing colours and feeling lifted whilst listening.... I love songs like this. They go straight on my holiday-get-away playlist and my up-late-dreaming playlist. I can hardly wait for the much anticipated album from the Liminal singer and vocal powerhouse Corinna Jane." - Arowe, singer/songwriter, Melbourne.

“Okay, I'm rating this song a 10 because this sounds like it should be on a movie soundtrack. It's perfect for movies like Hunger Games, The Maze Runner, or any movie with that kind of feel to it. This is definitely a song you would hear on a movie and then [be] purchased by the thousands who heard it on there. The electric guitar intro sounds amazing and the bass gives it an irresistible tone. It's like Adele meets Lana Del Rey! The vocals sound really great. It's the style of vocals you're hearing a lot of these days. I really think this song will be on a film soon... It's that good.” - Crowd review from ReverbNation website.

"I love how this starts out. The mood of the guitar picking emulates the "droplets of water" that the lyrics point out, and I get the feeling of being inside on a rainy day. The vocalist really takes full front with a gorgeous, relaxed voice. Reminds me significantly of other low-fi indie acts like, maybe, Blonde Redhead. Lyrics are excellent. I love the mood here. The constant build and release of the track is something that hooked me from the start. This has been the best track I've heard on the website so far.” - Crowd review on ReverbNation website

DETAILS

Composition (c) Stephen Robb/Kanvar Nayer/Michael Dale/Corinna Peachey 2007. Lyrics (c) Corinna Peachey 2007. All rights reserved.

This recording (p) Corinna Jane Peachey 2014.

Personnel: Guitars: Jon Cook. Bass: Sheldon Jones. Drums: Alan Murphy. Vocals: Corinna Jane.

Recorded and mixed at Newmarket Studios, North Melbourne, Victoria.

Music engineer: Callum Barton. Vocal engineer: Jules McKenzie. Mixing engineer: Jules McKenzie. Drum edits: Callum Barton, Alan Murphy and Kanvar Nayer. Producer: Corinna Jane. Mastering: Joe Carra of Crystal Mastering. Photography: Corinna Jane. Graphic design and additional artwork: Kanvar Nayer.

Made with love in Australia.

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Heartbeat Expansion

Corinna Jane

"Inside a dream, everything is perfect... Heartbeat Expansion is an exquisite universe of beauty, come float away…"

Rock/soul vocalist Corinna Jane has done the unexpected with this atmospheric original release. Heartbeat Expansion hearkens back to the days of Portishead and Massive Attack, with a big drum beat, ambient bass, eighties-influenced guitar and ethereal vocals.

REVIEWS

"Inside a dream, everything is perfect. Heartbeat Expansion is as serene as the night sky, full of sailing stars, drifting on an atmospheric, expansively tranquil bass line that reminds me of Pino Palladino. A sultry mix of Portishead beats, Franklin’s soul and Summers’ shimmer. Heartbeat Expansion is an exquisite universe of beauty, come float away…" - Scott Roy, singer-songwriter, New Zealand.

"Corinna Jane's new single, Heartbeat Expansion, is written in a dreamy Eva Cassidy-meets-Goldfrapp Sunday cruise mode with elements of the psychedelic. Whilst bordering the artist’s writing style from rock to trip hop, this single proves the vast skill and certainty of Corinna's vocal ability. She only lets her full voice out for two haunting notes, which catch the listener in their full force and keep you wanting more. I found myself seeing colours and feeling lifted whilst listening.... I love songs like this. They go straight on my holiday-get-away playlist and my up-late-dreaming playlist. I can hardly wait for the much anticipated album from the Liminal singer and vocal powerhouse Corinna Jane." - Arowe, singer/songwriter, Melbourne.

DETAILS

Composition (c) Stephen Robb/Kanvar Nayer/Michael Dale/Corinna Peachey 2007. Lyrics (c) Corinna Peachey 2007. All rights reserved.

This recording (p) Corinna Jane Peachey 2014.

Personnel: Guitars: Jon Cook. Bass: Sheldon Jones. Drums: Alan Murphy. Vocals: Corinna Jane.

Recorded and mixed at Newmarket Studios, North Melbourne, Victoria.

Music engineer: Callum Barton. Vocal engineer: Jules McKenzie. Mixing engineer: Jules McKenzie. Producer: Corinna Jane. Mastering: Joe Carra of Crystal Mastering. Photography: Corinna Jane. Graphic design and additional artwork: Kanvar Nayer.

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To Love Somebody

Corinna Jane

"Corinna Jane sings with "unforced power and musicality" in this soul-laden cover of the Bee Gees tune, presented here with special instrumental and vocal-only versions.

To Love Somebody is the second single from Corinna Jane's forthcoming debut album. This is the extended single version, with additional instrumental and vocal-only versions of the song.

REVIEWS

"I admire singers. It’s hard to hide as a singer, standing there with just your voice and your chutzpah.

And Corinna Jane can sing, damn her! With her evocative and bluesy Dusty Springfield-esque tone and the song’s sixties style sound, she took me all the way to Memphis. All you need to hear is the opening chord on a hard-right mixed guitar followed by CJ’s seemingly effortless opening notes and there you are, on Beale Street, eating Gus’ fried chicken, BBQ and black-eyed peas, complaining about the humidity.

To Love Somebody is the second single from Corinna’s upcoming album... Originally written by Barry and Robin Gibb in 1967 for Otis Redding, it’s not a wonder that this song evokes those soul feelings.

While Corinna plainly owns this version of the song one can hear echoes of Nina Simone’s 1969 take on it too - Kanvar Nayer’s drum feel sounds a lot like a pre-Miles Don Alias.

The performances don’t disappoint here either. A good bass player can make you smile involuntarily sometimes and Sheldon Jones’ bass feel is like that. Grin-makingly rock solid, if a little lost in the mix. Jon Cook doing his best Steve Cropper plays a sparse and tasteful guitar solo too (keeping it very Memphis).

After that, the main and backing vocals get a real lift. Corinna’s performance is one of unforced power and musicality and Tracy Misso and Clare Luisa are ‘girly singers’ (said with respect, ladies) in the finest tradition adding great light and punch.

... This is a great version of a classic song. Get on board and let Corinna Jane take you away."

  • REVIEW by Murray Hyde, drummer, Melbourne.

"This song, written and performed by The Bee Gees and covered by over 50 artists, is a classic for the ages, now reinterpreted by Melbourne artist Corinna Jane and her band. It is performed with passion and authenticity by all involved and Corinna Jane sings with a conviction that make the words become her own, with fine support by her back up singers."

  • REVIEW by Benjamin Yates, drummer, New South Wales.

"Corinna Jane has a knack for taking classic songs and making them her own while still keeping the feel of the original. Her cover of the Bee Gees' tune To Love Somebody is no exception. She has added a whiff of country, a heavy dose of Led Zeppelin-esque blues and female vocal harmonies. Combined with her own powerful and versatile voice these elements create a song which is grittier than the original but retains its passion."

  • REVIEW by Richard Munoz, journalist, Queensland.

"Corinna Jane has been a long-standing member of Melbourne’s singer/songwriter community, varying her vocal styles from soul to rock to jazz to a hybrid of all 3.

Her newest edition - a cover of the classic To Love Somebody - rings reference to the days of Renee Geyer at her very height. With a driving backbeat synonymous with the best of soul recordings, Corinna Jane stamps her authority on the song with a smooth and melodic form during the verses, and a burst of strength and grit through the chorus sections.

The recording holds a typical vintage sound as old school methods are employed including recording on to 2-inch analogue tape and a live approach to recording the instruments....

This one’s worth a listen if you like old soul, Mo-town and gospel sounds – or are a vocal enthusiast. This woman’s got a voice!"

  • REVIEW by Josh Forner, Music Business Graduate, Melbourne. (Reviews, Publishing & Events at meltingpotonline.com)

"When Corinna sent this song to me to review she told me that she was trying for an old-school, authentic live sound - a little bit gospel, a little bit Motown and without the over-production that we often get confronted with these days.

She has succeeded. From the opening bars of the guitar, its apparent that what you are getting here is an honest live sound.

Corinna’s vocals, as always, are spot on - soulful, powerful and with that slightly raw rock edge. Its an interesting contrast with the two back up singers, both talented singers in their own right, who each have a very different quality to their voices.

Tracey Misso’s deep alto with its lovely chocolatey tones is deliciously smooth. Clare Luisa’s soaring high notes offer a great counterpoint and the harmonies are great. My only quibble, and it is a minor one, would be that in some places I feel the backing vocals could sit a little further back in the mix to give Corinna’s vocals a bit more space.

In terms of the band, what can I say - these guys are rock solid. Kanvar Nayer on drums, Sheldon Jones on bass and Jon Cook on guitar and steel - they have nailed the groove here, and I defy anyone who thinks they can listen to this without finding themselves tapping their toes, nodding their head and moving with it.

Check it out for yourself and while you’re at it make sure you have a listen to the first single, White Wedding, as well!"

  • REVIEW by Jane Cameron, singer/songwriter/ukelele player, Queensland, Australia.

Personnel:

Corinna Jane - vocals, backing vocals Kanvar Nayer - drums Sheldon Jones - bass Jon Cook - guitar, steel guitar

Guest vocalists: Tracy Misso Clare Luisa Joanna Leigh

Recorded at Newmarket Studios, North Melbourne, Victoria. Music engineer: Callum Barton. Overdubs, vocal engineer: Jules McKenzie. Mixing engineer: Jules McKenzie. Produced by: Corinna Jane and Jules McKenzie. Mastered by: Joe Carra of Crystal Mastering.

Executive producer: Thomas Peachey (song selection).

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White Wedding

Corinna Jane

"A singer at the top of her game - assured, controlled, passionate.... Corinna Jane is fearless" in her reworking of Billy Idol's 80s classic. This is the extended single release, with instrumental and vocal-only versions of the song.

White Wedding is the first single from Corinna Jane's debut album. This is the extended single release, presented with an instrumental version and a special vocal-only version of the song.

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia's rock capital, Corinna Jane is known for her explosive vocal power, sensual timbre and singular vocal range. Corinna has been described as “the female Robert Plant” and her style as one of “effortless beauty”. Influenced by Aretha Franklin, Renee Geyer and Wilson Pickett, her material fuses rock and soul. The album presents Corinna's own interpretations of rock, blues and soul classics, with the first cab off the rank being White Wedding. The song was originally written and performed by the legendary Billy Idol, and is arguably his greatest and most recognizable composition.

REVIEWS

"There are some songs that you just know intimately; like the skin on the back of your hand. Like the veins, scrapes and scars, rhythms, chord structures, vocal inflections are all familiar and envelope you like the arms of a loved one. You feel all warm and snugly in its embrace, even when it's a loud sweaty one.

Billy Idol's 80s post-punk commercial hard rock/metal anthem White Wedding is like that to me: something that’s been listened to, played in bands and been part of the soundscape for ages.

Then someone, 30 years after you first hear it, changes it. Not some light dusting at the edges either but a full-scale renovation that knocks out walls and makes you discover things that the original had papered over. As good as a holiday they say....

Opening with a bluesy-jazzy guitar, reminiscent of John Scofield, you are then drawn in to Corinna's hauntingly vulnerable vocal. The meter only seems odd because to your brain, White Wedding goes down a well-trod path. C.J.'s path leads you somewhere else entirely. Tension builds as you move forward however you get a sense of calm when the familiar bass line kicks in.

In the middle 8 - the quiet bit - there is emotion and a possibly unconscious nod to another great Australian singer. "There is nothing safe in this world, BABY!" is right out of the Chrissie Amphlett playbook. It's a cracker!

This section also has some interesting counterpoint vocals teamed with a shimmering guitar.

There are a couple of notable performances here - the guitar player is all over it. While the original had all the wailing 80s guitar trickery that Steve Stevens could muster, this is vitally different. Much more down-to-earth in tone and performance; and if you listen closely there are traces of Santana, Scofield and Stevie Ray.

So, did I like it? Yeah. There is beauty in the sound, with the timbre of her voice and the vocal part itself embedded like another instrument in the track.

It's full of little things that make it a joy to listen to: the guitar tremolo, solid bass playing and the slightest grit in her voice." - REVIEW by Murray Hyde, drummer, Melbourne, Australia.

"Some songs have ingrained themselves into the collective musical consciousness so deeply you’d dare not cover them. Melbourne singer Corinna Jane is fearless. And with good reason. Corinna takes on Billy Idol’s indelible hit White Wedding in her latest release, a slick re-invention of the classic tune.

Sparse electric guitars accompany Corinna’s vocal - a restrained, smouldering voice that hints of a power in danger of being unleashed at any moment. This is a singer at the top of her game - assured, controlled, passionate - given space to flourish by her musicians.

White Wedding will form part of an album of covers to be released later this year. Meanwhile, you can hear more of Corinna's stirring vocals on her ReverbNation page. I highly recommend you do." - REVIEW by Terry Springford, singer/songwriter, Melbourne, Australia.

"The scene is set is set by a touch of fuzzed tremolo guitar, dark and brooding. You could be entering a saloon bar in the Wild West…. Then the all-important space, that lingering moment before the first wispy word is presented… Oh, what have you done, indeed. Corinna and her band have re-invented an 80s classic that still manages to whip the lip into a snarl, but also teasingly licks and dances in a provocative manner that will have you idolizing every moment." - REVIEW by Scott Roy, singer/songwriter, New Zealand.

"A word of warning before you listen to Corinna Jane's sexy as hell take on White Wedding - be prepared for the cold shower you will need after it! Starting with sparse guitar, the space shaped by Corinna's aching vocals builds an exquisite tension that leads you straight into the arms of the waiting bass and drums. Before you know it the groove has you by the hips, the guitar is urging you on and that glorious voice is lifting you higher, and higher, and higher until... on second thoughts, skip the cold shower and just listen to it with a good friend. " - REVIEW by Jane Cameron, singer/songwriter/ukulele player, Queensland, Australia.

"It takes some moxie to cover a song as iconic as Billy Idol's White Wedding, but Corinna Jane is up to the task. She turns the snarling MTV rock of the original into a modern brooding epic. Her clear vocals smoulder with barely suppressed intensity before she cuts them loose near the end. Overall, it's an impressive interpretation and Jane puts her own stamp on this well known tune." - REVIEW by Richard Munoz, journalist, Queensland, Australia.

"Dreamy, sexy and cheeky with just enough 'oomph' to keep your head bopping. Well sung, well played, well delivered, loved it. Keep ‘em coming, Corinna." REVIEW by Patrick Lazzaro, guitarist, Brisbane, Australia.

Personnel: Guitars: Jon Cook. Bass: Sheldon Jones. Drums: Kanvar Nayer. Vocals: Corinna Jane.

Recorded and mixed at Newmarket Studios, North Melbourne, Victoria. Proudly made in Australia.

Music engineer: Callum Barton. Vocal engineer: Jules McKenzie. Mixing engineer: Jules McKenzie. Producer: Corinna Jane. Executive Producer: Thomas Peachey. Mastering: Joe Carra of Crystal Mastering. Photography: Corinna Jane. Graphic design: Kanvar Nayer. Art design: Corinna Jane.

With the greatest of respect to Billy Idol, the originator and the best.

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To Love Somebody

Corinna Jane

"Corinna Jane can sing, damn her! With her evocative and bluesy Dusty Springfield-esque tone and the song’s sixties style sound, she took me all the way to Memphis" in this soul-laden interpretation of the classic Bee Gees tune.

To Love Somebody is the second single from Corinna Jane's forthcoming debut album.

REVIEWS

"I admire singers. It’s hard to hide as a singer, standing there with just your voice and your chutzpah.

And Corinna Jane can sing, damn her! With her evocative and bluesy Dusty Springfield-esque tone and the song’s sixties style sound, she took me all the way to Memphis. All you need to hear is the opening chord on a hard-right mixed guitar followed by CJ’s seemingly effortless opening notes and there you are, on Beale Street, eating Gus’ fried chicken, BBQ and black-eyed peas, complaining about the humidity.

To Love Somebody is the second single from Corinna’s upcoming album... Originally written by Barry and Robin Gibb in 1967 for Otis Redding, it’s not a wonder that this song evokes those soul feelings.

While Corinna plainly owns this version of the song one can hear echoes of Nina Simone’s 1969 take on it too - Kanvar Nayer’s drum feel sounds a lot like a pre-Miles Don Alias.

The performances don’t disappoint here either. A good bass player can make you smile involuntarily sometimes and Sheldon Jones’ bass feel is like that. Grin-makingly rock solid, if a little lost in the mix. Jon Cook doing his best Steve Cropper plays a sparse and tasteful guitar solo too (keeping it very Memphis).

After that, the main and backing vocals get a real lift. Corinna’s performance is one of unforced power and musicality and Tracy Misso and Clare Luisa are ‘girly singers’ (said with respect, ladies) in the finest tradition adding great light and punch.

... This is a great version of a classic song. Get on board and let Corinna Jane take you away."

  • REVIEW by Murray Hyde, drummer, Melbourne.

"This song, written and performed by The Bee Gees and covered by over 50 artists, is a classic for the ages, now reinterpreted by Melbourne artist Corinna Jane and her band. It is performed with passion and authenticity by all involved and Corinna Jane sings with a conviction that make the words become her own, with fine support by her back up singers."

  • REVIEW by Benjamin Yates, drummer, New South Wales.

"Corinna Jane has a knack for taking classic songs and making them her own while still keeping the feel of the original. Her cover of the Bee Gees' tune To Love Somebody is no exception. She has added a whiff of country, a heavy dose of Led Zeppelin-esque blues and female vocal harmonies. Combined with her own powerful and versatile voice these elements create a song which is grittier than the original but retains its passion."

  • REVIEW by Richard Munoz, journalist, Queensland.

Personnel:

Corinna Jane - vocals, backing vocals Kanvar Nayer - drums Sheldon Jones - bass Jon Cook - guitar, steel guitar

Guest vocalists: Tracy Misso Clare Luisa Joanna Leigh

Recorded at Newmarket Studios, North Melbourne, Victoria. Music engineer: Callum Barton. Overdubs, vocal engineer: Jules McKenzie. Mixing engineer: Jules McKenzie. Produced by: Corinna Jane and Jules McKenzie. Mastered by: Joe Carra of Crystal Mastering.

Executive producer: Thomas Peachey (song selection).

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White Wedding

Corinna Jane

"A singer at the top of her game - assured, controlled, passionate.... Corinna Jane is fearless" in her reworking of the Billy Idol 80s classic, a story of love, loss and betrayal.

White Wedding is the first single from Corinna Jane's debut album.

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia's rock capital, Corinna Jane is known for her explosive vocal power, sensual timbre and singular vocal range. Corinna has been described as “the female Robert Plant” and her style as one of “effortless beauty”. Influenced by Aretha Franklin, Renee Geyer and Wilson Pickett, her material fuses a blend of rock and soul. The album presents Corinna's own interpretations of rock, blues and soul classics, with the first cab off the rank being White Wedding. The song was originally written and performed by the legendary Billy Idol, and is arguably his greatest and most recognizable composition.

REVIEWS

"Some songs have ingrained themselves into the collective musical consciousness so deeply you’d dare not cover them. Melbourne singer Corinna Jane is fearless. And with good reason. Corinna takes on Billy Idol’s indelible hit White Wedding in her latest release, a slick re-invention of the classic tune.

Sparse electric guitars accompany Corinna’s vocal - a restrained, smouldering voice that hints of a power in danger of being unleashed at any moment. This is a singer at the top of her game - assured, controlled, passionate - given space to flourish by her musicians.

White Wedding will form part of an album of covers to be released later this year. Meanwhile, you can hear more of Corinna's stirring vocals on her ReverbNation page. I highly recommend you do." - REVIEW by Terry Springford, singer/songwriter, Melbourne, Australia.

"The scene is set is set by a touch of fuzzed tremolo guitar, dark and brooding. You could be entering a saloon bar in the Wild West…. Then the all-important space, that lingering moment before the first wispy word is presented… Oh, what have you done, indeed. Corinna and her band have re-invented an 80s classic that still manages to whip the lip into a snarl, but also teasingly licks and dances in a provocative manner that will have you idolizing every moment." - REVIEW by Scott Roy, singer/songwriter, New Zealand.

"A word of warning before you listen to Corinna Jane's sexy as hell take on White Wedding - be prepared for the cold shower you will need after it! Starting with sparse guitar, the space shaped by Corinna's aching vocals builds an exquisite tension that leads you straight into the arms of the waiting bass and drums. Before you know it the groove has you by the hips, the guitar is urging you on and that glorious voice is lifting you higher, and higher, and higher until... on second thoughts, skip the cold shower and just listen to it with a good friend. " - REVIEW by Jane Cameron, singer/songwriter/ukulele player, Queensland, Australia.

"It takes some moxie to cover a song as iconic as Billy Idol's White Wedding, but Corinna Jane is up to the task. She turns the snarling MTV rock of the original into a modern brooding epic. Her clear vocals smoulder with barely suppressed intensity before she cuts them loose near the end. Overall, it's an impressive interpretation and Jane puts her own stamp on this well known tune." - REVIEW by Richard Munoz, journalist, Queensland, Australia.

"Dreamy, sexy and cheeky with just enough 'oomph' to keep your head bopping. Well sung, well played, well delivered, loved it. Keep ‘em coming, Corinna." REVIEW by Patrick Lazzaro, guitarist, Brisbane, Australia.

Personnel: Guitars: Jon Cook. Bass: Sheldon Jones. Drums: Kanvar Nayer. Vocals: Corinna Jane.

Recorded and mixed at Newmarket Studios, North Melbourne, Victoria.

Music engineer: Callum Barton. Vocal engineer: Jules McKenzie. Mixing engineer: Jules McKenzie. Producer: Corinna Jane. Executive Producer: Thomas Peachey. Mastering: Joe Carra of Crystal Mastering. Photography: Corinna Jane. Graphic design: Kanvar Nayer.

With the greatest of respect to Billy Idol, the originator and the best.

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Single Female Wanted

Liminal

"Man, can she sing... Vocals made me hot. Some men think they're the only ones that can do that... Boy, are they in for a surprise." - Review by TonyKamona on Garageband, 2005.

Liminal's Single Female Wanted was first released on the Payola2 compilation by Smashed Records in 2006. A gospel-tinged blues/rock number, it features call-and-response vocals from lead singer Corinna Jane and guitarist Amber Rich. The rhythm section consists of Alex Steve on bass and Barry Mason on drums and percussion. The song won Track Of The Day on the Garageband music review website, and 14 awards in total, including Best Female Vocals (overall) for the week of 24 October 2005.

Reviewer HarpOFly of Memphis, Tennessee, all but offered his hand in marriage to lead vocalist Corinna Jane, stating, "This singer oozes sensuality... It's a voice I could fall in love with." HarpOFly described the band as "hot" and the song itself as "killer" before resuming his main theme: "The lady can go from sultry to electrifying at will... From low down seductive to clean off the high end of the scale... Sexy, sexy lady. She can sing to me anytime."

(c) Amber Rich/Mark Furphy/Alex Steve/Corinna Peachey/Barry Mason 2003. (p) Amber Rich/Alex Steve/Corinna Peachey/Barry Mason 2003.

Personnel: Lead and backing vocals: Corinna Jane Backing vocals: Amber Rich Guitars: Amber Rich Bass: Alex Steve Drums: Barry Mason Percussion: Barry Mason

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Shadowed (Remastered)

Liminal

"Pop/rock storytelling with catchy bass riffs and a haunting female voice.... With a smattering of grunge".

Shadowed was first released on the indie rock compilation Payola 1, put out by Smashed Records in 2006. The CD sold out and is no longer available.

This driving, gritty and ominous track features scorching guitar, powerhouse drums, a lithe and striking bassline and soul-laden vocals. It won three awards on Garageband - Best Female Vocals, Best Bass and Rocking Track in Pop Rock for the week of 3 December 2007.

The song has been remastered for iTunes by Joseph Carra of Crystal Mastering in order to celebrate its release in digital format.

REVIEWS

"Pop/rock storytelling with catchy bass riffs and a haunting female voice.... With a smattering of grunge here and there." - Mark Airlie.

"A real singer... Like a heavier Olivia Newton John. I'm getting strangely turned on. This must be magic." - Magnus Magnusson of PBS-FM.

"Some slashing guitars and a gutsy female vocalist bring back memories of Heart - and that ain't bad! A very exotic slow part adds to the song's density. Some nifty bass noodling as well. Keep up the good work." - JounceKuda from North Carolina, Garageband.

"I really like the female vocals. Great tone. Gives a dark and edgy sound. Mix of Bjork and Ednaswap. I like that." - Skerj, Garageband.

Personnel: Lead and backing vocals: Corinna Jane. Bass: Alex Steve. Guitars: Amber Elias nee Rich. Drums: Barry Mason.

LYRICS:

Shadowed Ever get the feeling you've been Followed And it's so cold The breath of life escaping And you're nothing

Whatever your disease Whatever your needs I know a remedy

Circle Under your eyes Tight Bruises from the light Driven Haunted and hunted too, you don't Really enjoy this, do you?

Whatever you need Don't look to me Oh, I aim to please

Circles Under your eyes, tight Banded bruises from the light Oh, driven (driven) Haunted and (harried) hunted too, you don't (you don't) Really enjoy this (really enjoy this) Now do you?

Whatever you need Give it to me Hold that belief

Oh, you don't: Really enjoy this do you? Really enjoy this do you? Really enjoy this do you? Really enjoy this do you?

Really enjoy this do you?

COPYRIGHT DETAILS:

Lyrics copyright (c) Corinna Jane Peachey 2001.

Composition (c) Alexander James Steve/Corinna Jane Peachey 2001.

Recording (p) Corinna Jane Peachey/Alexander James Steve/Amber Rhiannon Elias nee Rich/ Barry Mason 2004.

Proudly made in Australia.

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