Macadam Flower

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Macadam Flower
Emma Shapplin - Macadam Flower.jpg
Studio album by Emma Shapplin
Released November 23, 2009
(see release history)
Genre Pop, electronic rock
Length 0:39:28
Label Nimue Music & Publishing
Emma Shapplin chronology
Etterna
(2002)
Macadam Flower
(2009)

Macadam Flower is the third album from French soprano Emma Shapplin. It is more pop-oriented than her previous work and is mainly performed in English.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Nothing Wrong" 3:06
2. "The Hours on the Fields" 4:49
3. "L'Absolu" 5:15
4. "Reptile" 3:24
5. "Number 5" 0:33
6. "White Sail" 3:39
7. "My Soul" 3:57
8. "Sur l'Eau" 3:33
9. "Number 9" 0:32
10. "La Promenade de San" 3:34
11. "Jealously Yours" 3:25
12. "Aedeus Variations" 3:32

Charts[edit]

Chart (2009) Peak
position
Greek Albums Chart 4
Argentinian Albums Chart 7
Mexico Albums Chart 79

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalogue
Greece 23 November 2009[1] Universal Records Greece CD
Russia (and CIS) 29 November 2009 Sony Music Entertainment CD, LP
Latin America 8 December 2009[2] Sony Music Entertainment CD
UK 29 December 2009 Phantom Sound & Vision CD
Turkey 7 January 2010 Sony Music Entertainment CD
Worldwide 15 April 2011 Nimue Music Digital Download

Macadam Flower Tour[edit]

The Macadam Flower Tour was recorded and released as The Macadam Flower Tour – live concert in Athens DVD.[3][4]

Date City Country Venue
North America
November 5, 2009 Haifa Israel International Convention Centre
November 7, 2009 Tel Aviv Yad Eliyahu Arena
January 30, 2010 Xanthi Greece Athletics Centre
March 6, 2010 Athens Megaron Moussikis
March 7, 2010
May 2, 2010 St. Petersburg Russia St. Petersburg Film Festival
June 11, 2010 Istanbul Turkey Turkcell Kuruçeşme Arena
September 13, 2010 Thessaloniki Greece Theatre Gis
September 14, 2010 Mount Lycabettus Lycabettus Theatre
October 1, 2010 Chihuahua Mexico UACH Stadium
July 1, 2011 Potsdam Germany Potsdamer Stadtwerke Festival
September 14, 2011 Medellín Colombia National University of Colombia at Medellín
September 16, 2011 Bogotá Colsubsidio Theatre
September 17, 2011
November 3, 2011 Yekaterinburg Russia KKT Kosmos
November 5, 2011 St. Petersburg Oktyabrskiy Big Concert Hall
November 6, 2011 Moscow Crocus City Hall
November 8, 2011 Kiev Ukraine Theatre PalaceKiev

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