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Katie released her debut album Call Off the Search on November 3, 2003 via Dramatico Records.
"I wanted to dive into that, and pitch it against the reality of 21st century life in London and that feeling of needing a break over the winter, to get away from the madness of living in the city, and the desire we have for things to be still." As for working together – a new experience for both parties – she says communication in the studio was paramount, noting that "as we got going, they said they would be open to the idea of collaborating with other artists, but only if they had a clear idea, as I did".
"In the West, we have this romantic notion that artists are constantly inspired by the heavens, and just pluck it from somewhere.
"I was fascinated by that style of singing, and very interested in getting better as a singer myself." As winter rolled around, and they sang together a few times, Melua realised it wasn't a ballet she should write, but the record missing from her collection – an album all about winter and the complexities of the season, particularly the romanticism of the Russian forest versus the harsh reality of the country's past.
"It was easy for them to get started, but I did everything slowly.
After the Georgian Civil War, Melua's family moved to Northern Ireland when she was eight – she attended St Catherine's Primary School on the Falls Road – and later relocated again to England, where she developed her musical talent at the famous Brit School in London (other alumni include Amy Winehouse, Adele and Rizzle Kicks).
Straight Mezzo-soprano vocal range34-25-35 in or 86-63.5-89 cm4 (US) or 36 (EU)8 (US) or 38.5 (EU)Opel / Vauxhall (2010)In 2009, she was announced as the face of the French designer, Eric Bompard.
"I wasn't sure the world needed another Katie Melua album," she adds.
"But the artistic goals between Mike and I were drifting and had been for some time." Eventually, she focused, and realised that away from the politics, thinking about her career and "all that self-obsessed stuff", she was still fascinated by music, writing songs and making records, so began working out exactly where she wanted to go next.
The singer explains how she was instantly captivated by the idea of working with them.
"I met with them without making any promises and saw them rehearsing in a small town in Georgia. But I know that I make Western pop music and they make Georgian classical music, so in order to work with them, I needed to educate myself.