Laura Mvula chooses her 10 favourite headphone tracks.

Laura Mvula recording at Abbey Road by Nic Shonfeld

The multi-talented Laura Mvula released the orchestral version of her top 10 debut  album earlier this year to critical acclaim.  Commissioned by Society of Sound, Sing To The Moon, was re-imagined, rearranged and recorded over to two days in Abbey Road’s Studio 1 with a 52-strong orchestra.

Here are Laura’s ten favourite headphone tracks:

Nina  Simone – Young, Gifted and Black

Janelle Monae – Tightrope

Earth, Wind and Fire – In The Stone

Eric Whitacre- Lux Arumque

Jamie Cullum- Pure Imagination

Gregory Porter – Water Under Bridges

Miles Davies – Milestones

Jill Scott – Cross My Mind

Prince – I Would Die For You

Mos Def – Umi Says

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