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Gisele Scales / Blog

Gisele joined by son Oliver on drums for "Café" at Blue Beat

Gisele joined by son Oliver on drums for their first performance of "Café" at Blue Beat. Gisele said: “I was tickled pink to perform with my baby! Can't believe he's now 19. What a contrast to the Mums & Bubs music classes we used to go to!” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YSA4vFQRW5Q

Gisele's song "Nature Love" in Surfing Video

Gisele's song “Nature Love” in a Surfing Video – some nice waves here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsBvQlioXhU

Desert Island Disc List

Gisèle’s Desert Island Disc List & latest US Interview in Indie Artist Spotlight http://www.sixstringtheories.com/2011/05/desert-island-list-gisele-scales-violinist/

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Music for the Earth Contest - VOTE for Gisele's song "Green"

It would be great if you could help me celebrate World Earth Day, by Voting for/Downloading my song "Green" on the Music for the Earth website. Please help raise Awareness, one click at a time: http://earthday.sonicbids.com/BandDetails.aspx?b=28340&sr=false&bn=Gisele+Scales# Thank you so much! Love this Planet Gisele

REVIEW Progression Magazine - Top Song 'Nature Love'

“Australia-based vocalist/violinist Gisele Scales has been gaining quite a bit of attention for her recordings, which combine dance music beats with violin and even “green” themes. Unusual to be sure, as are the vocals sung/spoken in English, French, Italian and German. If this all sounds quite creative and European more than Australian, you’re right. The clever synth programming and never-let-up house beats practically drag you forcibly to your feet and demand you boogie your ass off…………………. Scales’ breathy vocals are well suited for this material and her violin technique is excellent. Scales is a founding member of the Canberra Youth Orchestra, so she obviously has a strong musical background. This disc hints at a strong future of combining techno with the more innovative musicality of prog….and there’s something undeniably catchy about songs like “Nature Love.” One can definitely see Scales’ music catching on.” -- Jim Cirile, Progression magazine Since 1992, "The Bible of progressive music" John Collinge, Publisher P.O. Box 7164 Lowell, MA 01852 USA Street address (FedEx, UPS, etc.): John Collinge 128 Warren St. #3 Lowell, MA 01852 USA Tel./fax 800-545-7371 (toll free) or +978-970-2728 Web site: www.progressionmag.com

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