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Devil in Me



Devil In Me is the debut studio album by British singer and songwriter Natalie Duncan. It was released by Verve Records on 16 July 2012. The album explores a vast range of music genres including soul, jazz, blues and classical. Duncan has stated influences on the album as being Nina Simone, Alicia Keys, Pink Floyd and others.

History

Recording sessions for the album began in 2011. The album was recorded in its entirety at Peter Gabriel's Real World Studios in Box, Wiltshire, England. The album was produced by Joe Henry, Ann Peebles, Madonna, Madeleine Peyroux, Solomon Burke, Bettye LaVette, Hugh Laurie and Bonnie Raitt.

Track listing

Singles

# "Sky Is Falling" # "Find Me a Home"

Personnel

  • All tracks produced by Joe Henry (except tracks 7 and 14, produced by Duncan).
  • All tracks mixed by Stampede Origin, Los Angeles, CA. Mastered at Lurssen Master by Gavin Lurssen in Los Angeles, CA (except tracks 7 and 14).
  • Tracks 7 and 14 were recorded at The Engine Room, London.
  • Recording engineer is Patrick Phillips (except tracks 7, 13 and 14).
  • Assistant recording engineer is Jose Gomes (except tracks 7, 13 and 14).
  • Recording engineer and mixer (tracks 7 and 14) is Mark Bishop.

    All tracks:
  • Vocal and piano – Natalie Duncan

    All tracks (except 7 and 14):
  • Acoustic and electric guitar – John Smith
  • Electric guitar – Patrick Warren
  • Upright and bass guitar – Greg Cohen
  • Drums and percussion – Earl Harvin
  • Backing vocals – Hattie Whitehead

    Tracks 7 and 14:
  • Drums – Glyn Daniels
  • Guitar – Tom Varrall
  • Double bass – Henry Guy
  • Backing vocals – Hattie Whitehead

    Additional tracks:
  • Electric guitar – Tom Varrall (tracks 4, 6, 7, 8, 11 and 14)
  • Backing vocals – Tom Varrall (track 6)
  • Trombone – Lucy Wilkins (track 8)
  • String section (tracks 2, 6, 8 and 9):
  • First violin and section leader – Lucy Wilkins
  • Violin – Howard Gott
  • Viola – Rachel Robson
  • Cello – Sarah Willson
  • Trombone and euphonium – Mike Kearsey
  • Strings and horns arranged by Patrick Warren

    Notes and references

    Category:2012 debut albums Category:albums produced by Joe Henry Category:Verve Records albums