Monday, 23 January 2012 14:08

Corina Brouder to record "Give Me a Smile"

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Corina Brouder, who worked with John Barry on "Swept from the Sea" in 1997 is in Malta now to record the John Barry / Don Black song "Give Me a Smile", which first appeared as an instrumental on the album "The Beyondness of Things."

"Give Me a Smile" was first given to Corina to perform at the 2001 Royal Albert Hall John Barry concert than never happened. So far only her rehearsal tape survives. But now that's going to change.

We understand that lyricist Don Black has given his blessing.

Corina is working in the studio in Malta with producer and broadcaster Giles Squire who is also an ardent John Barry fan.              

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