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Everything In-Between: The Story Of Ellipse

Imogen Heap

Year: 2010

Runtime: 01:29:32

Go behind the scenes and explore the three year journey of Imogen Heap’s making of the Grammy Award winning album, Ellipse. Travel the world with Imogen as she invites you into her writing and recording process and building her brand new recording studio in her old family home.

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Alternative, Pop, Documentary, Indie

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