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  1. Slow Backing Vocals – Abbie Osmon, Adetoun Anibi, Roxy Rizzo*, Kylie* The Abbey Road Sessions ‎ (CD, Album) Parlophone, Parlophone: P , 0 2 9: Colombia: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release5/5(4).
  2. To close out , the year she celebrated K25, her 25 years as a recording artist, Kylie releases The Abbey Road Sessions, featuring many of her best-known hits "I Should Be So Lucky," "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" and "Locomotion" as well as rarities and collaborations, most notably a re-recording of her duet "Where The Wild Roses Grow" with Nick Cave/5().
  3. The Abbey Road Sessions "Please retry" Amazon Music Unlimited: Price New from at best. This cd is nothing like it. If you are a fan of Kylie, you will love this cd. If not, you will love this cd. It's as if Kylie herself wanted to take fans on an interesting and expressive journey through her music, both old and new, as she put her own /5().
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 24bit File release of The Abbey Road Sessions on Discogs.
  5. The album stands as both as a reminder of all the classic pop songs Kylie has released and of her fearless nature. She’s always been willing to take risks, and despite the initial thought that her music may not stand up to the orchestral treatment, The Abbey Road Sessions 7/
  6. KYLIE MINOGUE The Abbey Road Sessions ( UK Special Edition track CD album - Spanning her iconic year long career, this new collection features some of Kylie's classic tracks recorded at London's historic Abbey Road Studios, all with brand new .
  7. The Abbey Road Sessions is an orchestral compilation album by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue, released on 24 October by Parlophone. The album was primarily produced by Steve Anderson and Colin Elliot. The album features sixteen tracks, all radically reworked, spanning Minogue's 25 years in the music industry.
  8. In late , "Slow" was re-recorded by Kylie for inclusion in her orchestral compilation album The Abbey Road Sessions. On the album, Kylie reworked 16 of her past songs with an orchestra, which, according to Nick Levine from BBC Music, "re-imagine them without the disco glitz and vocal effects".

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