Other Plans (Lisa Young) – Coco’s Lunch Video
‘Other Plans’ performed by multi award-winning Australian vocal and percussion ensemble Coco’s Lunch, composed by Lisa Young. Featuring Nicola Eveleigh, Lisa Young, Jacqueline Gawler, Gabrielle MacGregor & Emma Gilmartin.
Acclaimed Australian vocal and percussion group Coco’s Lunch is dedicated to composing and performing original and inspiring music for audiences all over the world. These women have helped to shape Australian vocal music with their innovative song writing and the release of 8 acclaimed albums for both adults and children. Their multi award-winning work is showcased on many compilations, short films and documentaries, and sung by choirs and vocal ensembles around the world.
“Check Your Pulse” documentary
This documentary gives an insight into the music of the Lisa Young Quartet, featuring Lisa Young voice/konnakol, Stephen Magnusson guitar, Ben Robertson double bass and Dave Beck drums/cajon. The documentary covers the process of making of the quartet’s 2012 release The Eternal Pulse, which uses elements of jazz and South Indian music.
THE ETERNAL PULSE official music video
Debut Music Video for Lisa Young Quartet Directed & Edited by Tabata Piccinelli. Song: Tha Thin Tha (Ta Din Ta) from the album The Eternal Pulse. Composed by Lisa Young, Ben Robertson and Guru Kaaraikkudi Mani. Performed and improvised by Lisa Young Quartet featuring Guitar: Stephen Magnusson, Double Bass: Ben Robertson, Drums: Dave Beck. Artist: Elizabeth Vercoe
CLICK HERE TO PREVIEW OR BUY THE ETERNAL PULSE !
Lisa Young performs Zah-ee-ah with Coco’s Lunch
A Day In The Life – Lisa Young
‘A Day In the Life – Lisa Young’ is a short clip by Elle Bates, filmed at ‘With One Voice’ the opening of the Melbourne Jazz Festival held at Fed Square in June 2012. The event was an interactive public Vocal Workshop with guest artists Lisa Young, Katie Noonan, Lamine Sonko, and the Skin Choir leading the public in various vocal styles. Lisa leads the audience in the vocal percussion style of ‘konnakol’
Other Plans Recorded Live on Autralian Radio National’s Program
‘Thulele Mama Ya’ on YouTube!
Check out this video of the amazing Gondwana Voices. Gondwana Voices is a part of Gondwana Choirs which is an Australian national choral organisation.
Check out this video of the The 2012 Brighton Secondary School combined Concert, Treble + Old Scholars Choir, singing Lisa Young’s award-winning composition ‘Thulele Mama Ya’