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|Artist||Sport the library|
|Credit||Australian Paralympic Committee/Australian Sports Commission|
|Desc||Australian singer Renee Geyer performing with a choir behind her at the Sydney Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony|
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album by Renée Geyer
Tenderland is the eleventh studio album by Australian soul and R&B singer Renée Geyer. The album was released in August 2003 and peaked at number 11 on the ARIA Charts. It is described as Geyer's "interpretation of a special collection of classic soul, funk and R&B songs".In 2007 Geyer said "Tenderland was the first time I finally agreed to do interpretations of existing soul classics. I’ve always dabbled and had the odd one or two on albums, but I’d never before wanted to make a record totally like that. After being asked to for so many years I finally did it when I turned 50. I thought, if ever there was a time to do it, now was the time."At the ARIA Music Awards of 2003, the album was nominated for ARIA Award for Best Adult Contemporary Album and ARIA Award for Best Female Artist.In February 2004, Geyer was presented with a gold record for Tenderland.The album was re-released in April 2004 with a bonus live disc recorded at Melbourne Athenaeum on 1 November 2004.
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