Christine Tobin & Phil Robson - Partners in Time

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As one of the leading European vocalists, Christine Tobin has shown a versatility and depth that few other singers have. After moving to New York City in 2015 she has been involved in countless projects confirming her versatility and originality. She has found in long-time collaborator guitarist Phil Robson the perfect partner in time. This mixtape features highlights from their discographies, with a special focus on Christine Tobin's take on the poetry of William Butler Yeats and Paul Muldoon, new arrangements of songs by Leonard Cohen as well as her own originals.

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  • Christine Tobin "Night Talking" You Draw the Line (Babel) 0:00
  • Christine Tobin "After Me" PELT (Trail Belle) 4:05
  • Christine Tobin "Byzantium" Sailing to Byzantium (Trail Belle) 9:20
  • Phil Robson "Ming the Merciless" The Cutoff Point (Whirlwind) 14:45
  • Christine Tobin "Big Idea" PELT (Trail Belle) 20:36
  • Christine Tobin "The Fisherman" Sailing to Byzantium (Trail Belle) 24:26
  • Christine Tobin "Tower of Song" You Draw the Line (Babel) 29:20
  • Partisans "Overview" Swamp (Whirlwind) 35:53
  • Christine Tobin "Long-legged Fly" Sailing to Byzantium (Trail Belle) 44:40
  • Christine Tobin "Zoological Positivism Blues" PELT (Trail Belle) 50:00
  • Partisans "Swamp" Swamp (Whirlwind) 53:15
  • Christine Tobin "Rags And Old Iron" Deep Song (Babel) 1:00:52
  • Phil Robson "Astral" The Cutoff Point (Whirlwind) 1:04:42
  • Christine Tobin "San Simeon" PELT (Trail Belle) 1:12:58

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