The MonaLisa Twins’ second original album provides listeners with a whole new experience. While staying true to their roots – The Sixties – this album branches out into new, more experimental territories of musical styles. You can expect a very tongue-in-cheek side of the MonaLisa Twins. Check the tabs below for more info.

Album Name: ORANGE
Album Type: CD – 12 Tracks
Release Date: 29 Sep 2017
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  1. One person found this helpful
    Howard Bedwell

    All You Need Is Orange

    Howard Bedwell (verified owner)

    Howard Bedwell (verified owner) – October 28, 2018

    I am a very recent convert to the Mona Lisa Twins and their beautiful vision after discovering their amazing archive of work on YouTube, stretching back over ten years. I immediately thought to myself, ‘why hasn’t anyone told me about this’ and I haven’t wasted any time making up for my loss. I have now purchased everything that the Mona Lisa Twins have produced musically and am transported to the sixties where I revelled in the anticipation of the next Beatles or Stones release. Now it is the next MLT release!

    Orange is a must have album for anyone who appreciates well written, sung and performed music that is perfectly produced. Like Sgt Pepper’s, it gets better with each listening and also includes the lyrics on the inner sleeve so you can follow along, as with that Beatles’ record just over fifty years ago. Briefly, following are some of my notes on each track.

    No More Worries Company – Mona & Lisa share the lead on this opener written mainly by Rudolf I believe. A catchy ‘Roaring Twenties’ style musical assuring us we have nothing to worry about. As you listen to this album, all your cares will disappear, I promise!

    Once Upon A Time – Featuring Lisa on lead and Mona harmonies. This will transport you back to the psychedelic late sixties and the ‘dawning of the age of Aquarius, complete with the language of the day, spurred along by Sebastian’s blues harp. A wonderful indulgence!

    Close To You – Also featuring Lisa on lead, Mona harmonies. A lovely 60s style ballad about lost/found love.

    It’s Alright – Featuring Mona “Teachers”, Lisa verses, Both chorus. Spontaneous and playful with the twins beautiful intertwining vocals a special feature. They work together seamlessly.

    Waiting For The Waiter – Lisa on lead, Mona harmonies. An excellent bluesy number featuring Lisa’s very sensual voice accompanied by Sebastian’s blues harp.

    In It For Love – Lisa on lead, Mona harmonies. A bubbly number that for some reason reminds me of the sixties again. Is it the kinks’ ‘Dedicated Follower of Fashion’, the Rolling Stones ‘Out of Our Heads’ or perhaps Herman’s Hermits ‘I’m Into Something Good’?

    Count On Me – Lisa 1st verse, then both. Initial idea formulated in the dark by Lisa during a blackout. Rudolf contributed the chorus. A sublimely haunting and gentle tune with matching lyrics philosophising on ‘what’s it all about’.

    Sweet Lorraine – Mona on lead, Lisa harmonies. A bitter/sweet story with a deadly twist, perhaps! You’ll need to listen to the lyrics carefully to find out! Listen out for the trumpet and I’m sure you can also hear a tenor horn or French horn there somewhere. Now where could they be coming from?

    That’s Life – Lisa on lead, Mona harmonies. A fun song about the ups and downs and twists of life and how important it is to seize the moment. Partnered with an excellent and hilarious video. ‘Life, give it a chance ……….. Before the book closes’!

    Club 27- – Mona on lead, Lisa harmonies. A real rocker in tribute to real rockers who never had a 28th birthday. Mona on lead vocals showing she has true rock cred to go with Lisa’s magical guitar work. What a blast!

    Still a Friend of Mine – Lisa lead, Mona harmonies. A sublime ballad featuring Papa Rudi on piano and Lisa on lead vocals with Mona in perfect harmony. Truly beautiful song also accompanied by a beautiful video. Not to be missed.

    Do yourself a favour. Order a copy immediately. And if you haven’t already, double up with their truly awesome first album ‘While We’re Together’. You won’t be disappointed.

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  2. Andy Buckley

    Orange is the new Sgt Peppers

    Andy Buckley (verified owner)

    My first purchase of MLT Music and I was not disappointed. The things that impressed me were:-
    1. The Variety of styles from Nonsense songs (No more worries company) to Classic Piano Ballads (Still a friend of mine) with everything and every style in between. The 60s influence is present in songs like Close to You and the Close Harmonies in “in it for Love” – Just like the variety in Sgt Peppers!
    2. The clarity of the voices – I don’t know if it was Dad that did the mixing but the voices are crystal clear and the harmonies tight and varied. Overall production values are very high with variety of additions, Banjo’s, childrens choirs, extracts from film soundbites etc used very effectively.
    3. Impressive musicianship by both MLT and others. Some of the guitar riffs are outstanding – George would be proud of you!
    4. looking forward to the next album but even more I am looking forward to seeing you Live – even if it means getting you to come to our village fete! ( Just like The Quarrymen at Woolton fete in 1957 when Paul met John)

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  3. Holly Norris

    9 dream

    Holly Norris

    Wow,the best new music in a long time ! I love it. Once upon a time blew me away ! Every song a delicious treat. I’m a life long Beatle maniac and the fab four live here in Mona Lisa Twins. Beautiful girls, harmonies, funny, fantastic guitar, nothing else comes close. John Lennon is my hero and he is smiling right now !!! Peace and much love…

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  4. Graham L

    Yes I'm a convert to the Mona Lisa twins!

    Graham L (verified owner)

    These girls are absolutely lovely, authentic human beings and not more showbiz phonies! Their voices are terrific, their harmonies are great, their cover versions are hugely enjoyable and their original material is just one pleasing track after another. I wish them all the best for the future – may they win over many more “converts”!

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  5. Rex & Paula

    Fun Music with heart!

    Rex & Paula (verified owner)

    It sometimes takes just a bit to get used to new music, so we played it through a couple times on a nice Autumn drive in the car. What fun. Liked it more with each play through. Thanks!

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  6. Michael Triba

    One of the greatest albums of all time!

    Michael Triba (verified owner)

    For me, ORANGE is one of the greatest albums of all time! It far and away surpasses anything offered in the mainstream of that which is called “music.” It incorporates all of the elements of what I have considered to be near and dear over the past 55 years. The song that touches my heart and soul the most is “Count On Me.” The lyrics, vocal harmony, musicianship, and instrumentation in this beautiful song are second to none. This album deserves a prominent place in the collection of every lover of great music. It is so evident that this album was crafted with the utmost attention to every detail and delivered to us fans with a mountain of love. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you Mona, Lisa, Rudi, and Michaela.

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  7. Bernard Casigay

    Orange fever

    Bernard Casigay (verified owner)

    The album orange is good to the ear.. i always play this cd when i need to relax.. 60’s taste brings back the true music. Shipment of this product is fast and a lot of freebies.. thank for your album.. my wife really love this also especially “in it for love” and “sweet loraine” when i introduce it to her.. i’m looking forward for you to play “here, there and everywhere & golden slumbers” by the beatles.. and also for your next album.. i really love this kind of music..

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  8. jarle fagervold

    Great album

    jarle fagervold

    So I bought this album 2 weeks after Maccas Egypt station. Iam a huge Macca fan,but this album blow my mind. Listening more to MonaLisa . I never expekted that. Great music , keep on and I will buy yuor next one too.

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  9. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    Darryl Boyd

    Brilliant Orange

    Darryl Boyd (verified owner)

    Brilliant album.
    Gorgeous harmonies and fantastic musicianship.
    Wonderfully written and played songs, especially the last one, just beautiful.
    Please come down under and tour one day if you get a chance.
    Hi from sunny Adelaide 🙂

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  10. John Piddock

    Blew My Socks Off !!

    John Piddock (verified owner)

    I discovered the Mona Lisa Twins a few weeks …What a fantastic talented duo they are. I just love this Album… Great Harmonies, Great production and refreshingly original songs with their obvious 60’s influence. Thank you Mona and Lisa.. You are my new Favourite band.. I urge everyone to check these girls out
    Be sure to look for them on Youtube as well. I’m still sitting here with no socks on, as everytime I listen to the Mona Lisa Twins – they get blown Off !! Cant wait to get to see them Live !!

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About the Album

The MonaLisa Twins’ much anticipated follow-up original record to their debut album “When We’re Together”. 5 years have passed since the release of original material while the Twins played countless shows all over Europe, moved their residence to England, and learned some important life lessons. In other words … they lived life.

In comparison to their first album, which was still written in their teens, ORANGE gives a more mature, sometimes satirical, yet overall still light-hearted approach to topics we all deal with. Love, community, doubt, the past and future and the generally unsettling direction society seems to be taking.

While staying true to their passion for melodic, quirky songwriting, plenty of harmonies, a very “60s” sound and twangy guitar licks, this album branches out into new territories and incorporates very psychedelic but also earthy, bluesy, sometimes even jazzy tones. Built upon everything you loved about their debut album, you can expect to hear a more experimental and very tongue-in-cheek side of the MonaLisa Twins.

Lyrics, Music, Performance, Engineering, Production and Album Design/Photos: MonaLisa Twins

Album Name: ORANGE
Album Type: CD - 12 Tracks
Release Date: 29 Sept 2017

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