Lakeshore Records is set to release four limited vinyl editions in exclusive colors of the smash hit Bridgerton – Music From The Netflix Series on November 15. The album’s incredible success was reflected on the Billboard charts upon release: #1 Classical, #1 Classical Crossover and #10 Soundtracks. The double A-side LP features one side of original music by Emmy® Award winning composer Kris Bowers (Bad Hair, When They See Us), and one side that features the classical cover versions of pop hits performed by Bowers, Vitamin String Quartet and Duomo. The exclusive color editions include a “(Sky Opaque) Blue Mix ‘Eloise’s Dress’” version for Barnes & Noble, a “(Candy Fleece Opaque) Pink Mix ‘Penelope’s Pink’” version for Pias, a “(Maelstrom Translucent) TransBlue:Clear ‘Bridgerton Sky Blue’” version for Urban Outfitters and a widely available “(Flume Opaque) Purple Mix ‘Daphne’s Dream’” version.
From Shondaland and Creator Chris Van Dusen, and inspired by the best-selling series of novels by Julia Quinn’s, Bridgerton, is set in the sexy, lavish and competitive world of Regency London high society. From the glittering ballrooms of Mayfair to the aristocratic palaces of Park Lane and beyond, the series unveils a seductive, sumptuous world replete with intricate rules and dramatic power struggles, where no one is truly ever on steady ground. At the heart of the show is the powerful Bridgerton family. Comprised of eight close-knit siblings, this funny, witty, daring and clever group must navigate the upper ten thousand’s marriage mart in search of romance, adventure and love.
Kris Bowers is a Grammy-nominated, Emmy Award-winning, and Julliard-educated pianist and composer who creates genre-defying music that pays homage to his jazz roots with inflections of alternative and R&B influences. Bowers’ work as a film and television composer is a testament to his versatility as an artist. Bowers has established himself at the forefront of Hollywood’s emerging generation of composers, and throughout his career, he has consistently championed an art practice guided by multi-disciplinary collaboration.
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