Tiziana Bacchetta is a Roman jazz singer. And she’s good, very good. Because it’s heart rather than, emotion rather than refinement, sensitivity rather than virtuosity. In this new album, the second of her career after the first “Non solo parole confuse” released for Philology Jazz in 2009, she plays unreleased songs, as well as two covers, full of vibrations, color, never shouted joy, a whispered enthusiasm that can not but be transmitted to the listener.

To add more value ti the album, the participation of excellent musicians among which we remember the late Pino Sallusti (ex-Cherry Five) on the double bass -this album was his last studio work- and Carlo Bordini on drums (ex-Cherry Five, and member of the Rustichelli and Bordini duo).

The album is manufactured and distributed by G.T. Music Distribution di Antonino Destra with the collaboration of Vannuccio Zanella, and produced by Tiziana Bacchetta. See the promotional teaser for the album HERE

Tiziana Bacchetta: vocals
Raffaele Cervasio: guitars, background vocals
Arturo Valiante: piano, Rhodes
Carlo Bordini: drums
Pino Sallusti: bass
Mario Donatone: piano, vocals
Giacomo Tantillo: trumpet
Giovanna Bosco: background vocals
Anna Pantuso: background vocals

1 – Domani (6:16)
2 – Nel profondo (4:57)
3 – Lontano (7:49)
4 – Vita in Blues (6:11)
5 – Amore Liquido (5:39)
6 – Almost Blue (5:21)
7 – Tracce di Memoria (4:21)
8 – A Song for You (4:40)

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