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Lens Records is a Chicago based record label created to help support and distribute the works of artists who prefer to work with a smaller, artist driven label. The label has released a variety of work in different genres including ambient, experimental, dark ambient, electronic, rock, modern classical, electroacoustic and field recordings...
Pick up Peyroux's Got You On My Mind! Performed with acclaimed harmonica player William Galison, this independently released album is considered by some her warmest and most resonant singing and performances to date, rivalling or exceeding either of her Platinum selling major label releases.
About Got You On My Mind
No matter what Peyroux does from this point on, she’ll be hard-pressed to come up with anything more engaging or charming than her effort with Galison, Got You On My Mind. This hip, retro-sounding 11-song CD is an eclectic collection of songs made famous by everyone from Josephine Baker to the Beatles to Stevie Wonder as well as three originals....there’s a synergy between Galison and Peyroux that’s palpable.... Peyroux sings with a depth and warmth never heard before, especially on the title track and on Jerome Kern’s The Way You Look Tonight. The CD, produced by Galison, features an array of talent, including Bob Dylan’s bassist Tony Garnier and Saturday Night Live drummer Sean Pelton. Even Carly Simon gets in on the act, doing the voice of the scorpion on Galison’s witty, woe-is-me number, Shoulda Known. While Peyroux is a known commodity, it is Galison who is the revelation, playing no less than seven instruments throughout the record.
“William Galison and Madeleine Peyroux are superb musicians and Got You On My Mind is a delightful and exceptional recording. I am proud to be associated with it.” – Carly Simon
“An utterly engaging record...an array of talent”
-Nicole Pensiero, Pop Matters Magazine