Epic Preps 'The Classic Chillout'
Tracks from a diverse roster of artists, including Moby, Dido, Sade, Charlotte Church, the late Eva Cassidy, and Maxwell, will be found on "The Classic Chillout Album," due March 26 from Epic. The colTracks from a diverse roster of artists, including Moby, Dido, Sade, Charlotte Church, the late Eva Cassidy, and Maxwell, will be found on "The Classic Chillout Album," due March 26 from Epic. The collection is intended as the first in a series of "ambient" releases, similar to two double-disc albums of the same name issued by Sony Music U.K. last fall.
The upcoming Epic edition of the album features different track lists from its international predecessors, with songs from the likes of Jill Scott, Delerium featuring Sarah McLachlan, Deep Forest, and Craig Armstrong featuring Elizabeth Fraser. Fraser makes a second appearance singing on Massive Attack's "Teardrop." Beth Orton pops up singing "She Cries Your Name" with Strange Cargo, a track later featured on her 1996 debut album "Trailer Park."
The U.K. version of "The Classic Chillout Album" hit No. 1 on that country's album chart and the two albums combined have sold 1 million copies to date, according to the label.
Here is the track listing for "The Classic Chillout Album":
Dido, "Here With Me" (Chillin' With The Family mix)
Delerium featuring Sarah McLachlan, "Silence"
Massive Attack, "Teardrop"
Craig Armstrong featuring Elizabeth Fraser, "This Love"
Deep Forest, "Sweet Lullaby"
Andreas Vollenweider, "Stella"
Tangerine Dream, "Love on a Real Train (Risky Business)"
Sade, "No Ordinary Love"
Charlotte Church, "Just Wave Hello (Ford Global Anthem)"
Endorphin, "Satie 1"
Eva Cassidy, "Fields of Gold"
James Horner, "Rose"
Chicane with Maire Brennan, "Saltwater"
Strange Cargo (vocals by Beth Orton), "She Cries Your Name"
Master Cylinder, "Jung At Heart"
Jill Scott, "The Way"
Maxwell, "Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder)"