"Take Me With You" performed by Elizabeth Fraser (Cocteau Twins), Music : Michael Kamen, Lyrics : Alan Rickman - Cd Album : "The Winter Guest" (Soundtrack) www.cocteautwins.com... - 09.19.2008, YouTube
13.05.2012 [Fraser Coast Chronicle] - The department's commissioner Elizabeth Fraser said she was unable to reveal case specific information for each incident. But she said the most common reason for a person not being approved to interact with children was through a change in their
09.05.2012 [The Guardian] - Tonight, she sounds, variously, like Japanese geisha music, a Korean Madonna, the Cocteau Twins's Elizabeth Fraser backed by hip-hop beats and a small child singing in a scrap yard. The sense of impending chaos somehow adds to the magical charm.
04.05.2012 [The Guardian (blog)] - Former Cocteau Twins singer Elizabeth Fraser announced this week she is to play two dates at the Royal Festival Hall as part of Antony Hegarty's Meltdown festival – her first live appearances in six years. To celebrate the news, we turn this week's
01.05.2012 [BBC News] - Former Cocteau Twins singer Elizabeth Fraser is to make a rare concert appearance at the Meltdown Festival. The Scottish singer, who also lent her voice to Massive Attack's Teardrops single, will perform her first full UK shows since 1998 at the Royal
01.05.2012 [The Quietus] - The festival, which takes place from 1st-12th August at London's Southbank Centre, is also set to feature performances from Diamanda Galas, William Basinski, Elizabeth Fraser, Laurie Anderson and CocoRosie, among others. Thrower and Brown recently
04.05.2012 [D Magazine] - The singing is not for everyone, as it lies somewhere between Rick Astley and Elizabeth Fraser, and yet somehow these disparately risky additives still function cohesively. (Speaking of Fraser, she is performing at Meltdown Festival in August.
18.04.2012 [The Caledonian Mercury] - And if you're going to make that statement, having the Cocteau Twins' Elizabeth Fraser and The Blue Nile's Paul Buchanan onboard can't hurt. 1999 The Man Who was the record which for a while made Travis the pre-eminent British guitar band