Ok 'Later' has plenty of those riproaring rock and roll moments that lift you off the sofa and send you crashing across the room but what about those quieter, more intimate performances that slow down your heart and draw you closer to the screen? Ladies and gentlemen, welcome, to a collection of FIne and Mellow musical magic, slow burn songs that will flow through your body like a hot toddy on a winter's morning, performances that are up close and personal, that whisper in your ear to mellow groove and have the big chill of sadness hanging round the edges like a halo. Here's British TV debuts from Norah Jones, Dido, Antony and the Johnsons and Corinne Bailey Rae, slow groove meisters like Zero 7, Groove Armada and Sade, haunting, witchy moments from Mercury Rev and Bjork and sheer heartbreak from Tindersticks, Cassandra Wilson and Massive Attack. Hold your breath and whisper, it's music television at its most seductive, it's Later...Mellow.
Tracklisting: - Goldfrapp: Number One - Kt Tunstall: Under the Weather - Groove Armada Feat Richie Havens: Hands of Time - Norah Jones: Don't Know Why - Cassandra Wilson: You Don't Know What Love is - Dr John: Creole Moon - Shivaree: Goodnight Moon - Bryan Ferry: As Time Goes by - Corinne Bailey Rae: Like a Star - Moby: We Are All Made of Stars - Dido: Thank You - Burt Bacharach With Rufus Wainwright: Go Ask Shakespeare - The Blue Nile: Tinseltown in the Rain - Lizz Wright: Hit the Ground - David Gray: Ain't No Love - Zero 7: in the Waiting Line - Sade: the Sweetest Gift - Nitin Sawhney: Rainfall - Bjork: Joga - Beth Gibbons & Rustin Man: Mysteries - Massive Attack: Teardrop - James Blunt: Goodbye My Lover - Antony and the Johnsons: Hope There's Someone - Rufus Wainwright: Crumb by Crumb - Tindersticks: No More Affairs - Annie Lennox: Wonderful - Morcheeba: Part of the Process - David Sanborn & Jools Holland: You Don't Know Me - Mercury Rev: the Dark is Rising - Trisha Yearwood & Bonnie Rai