Annie Lennox Discusses New Album 'Nostalgia'

The award-winning artist reveals her intention to bring great songs to life again.
1:25 | 10/22/14

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Transcript for Annie Lennox Discusses New Album 'Nostalgia'
It has been four long years since we've had new music and Annie Lennox. Now she's bringing us a Littles no nostalgia. That's the name of her album. We are thrilled. It's a privilege and honor to have you back with us for the fall concert series. These are covers from songs 1930s and beyond. And it doesn't matter -- they're timeless, aren't they? Absolutely. That's the thing about the classic American song. That the songs last for the pace of time and they're still as relevant today, I think, as they were back in the day, you know? What I really love is you put it out on vinyl like you would back in the day. It actually came out in vinyl. Well, there's a big revival of vinyl. And everyone is getting the new stereo systems. We wanted to put it out in that format because that's how the original songs would have come out. And it was a nod and a wink and honorary thing for vinyl. It's great. Yes, they are standards, but it has the Annie Lennox touch with your band and everything and it's brilliant. And someone has the best seat in the house. Rich Besser. That is your brother-in-law. You're married to his brother, Mitch. He has never heard you sing live and he is so excited. No pressure, right? Okay, no pressure. No pressure. Thank you for this, Annie.

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