On the eve of what would have been Eva Cassidya��s 50th birthday, Blix Street Records announce the release of The Best of Eva Cassidy, a definitive new collection of 20 of the late singers best-loved and most acclaimed songs. Having achieved 3 UK No.1 albums, a UK No.1 duet single, and with global sales now in excess of 10 million, this is the first time the cream of Evaa��s repertoire has appeared together.

On the 17th of September 1996 a young woman, accompanied by a few dozen family and friends, attended her own tribute concert in a small club in Georgetown, Washington DC. Transcending the effects of chemotherapy and morphine in that moment, the singer abandoned her walker and was helped onto the stage for what would be her final performance, ‘What a Wonderful World‘. A few weeks later Eva Cassidy passed away, having been diagnosed with melanoma months earlier. Refusing to bend her music to the industrya��s conventions and expectations, Eva was known only within the DC area during her lifetime. She left behind one live album, a duet album, and various studio demos and live recordings. In these intervening 16 years, Evaa��s music has proven timeless and universal. Crossing all boundaries a�� musical, cultural, geographical a�� her voice survived and is finding new listeners every day in every corner of the earth. These 20 defining performances document Eva Cassidya��s musical

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legacy for the ages.

The lead track of the album is a previously unreleased version of Claire Hamilla��s delicately intimate, yet stirring love song ‘You Take My Breath Away‘. While a 1993 a�?demoa�� version of the song concluded Evaa��s American Tune album this previously unheard recording was one of several work in progress tracks at the time of her passing in 1996.

Delivered by a more musically evolved and confident Eva, her flawless vocal performance reaches a new level. With the aide of new digital technologies Evaa��s former band mates Chris Biondo and Lenny Williams recently set to work sonically enhancing Evaa��s original guitar/vocal studio recording. After maximizing the sound quality of Evaa��s vocal tour de force, the two augmented the production with piano, double bass and a string quartet, creating the definitive version of whata��s certain to become one of Evaa��s best-loved performances.

a�?Hearing Eva perform my song was probably the most important moment of my career. I felt validated as a songwriter, an indescribable feeling. When I heard how a new version was to feature as the lead track on the new a�?Best Ofa�? album I was literally over the moon. Eva will always mean the world to me, her beautiful voice will stay with me forever.a�? Claire Hamill

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