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Matt Bianco - Sunshine Days: The Official Greatest Hits (2010)

23-04-2015, 15:46
Jazz | Bossa Nova | Latin | Pop | FLAC / APE

Matt Bianco - Sunshine Days: The Official Greatest Hits (2010)

Artist: Matt Bianco
Title Of Album: Sunshine Days: The Official Greatest Hits
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Ear Music
Genre: Jazz-Pop / Bossa / Latin
Quality: FLAC (image) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 01:15:19
Total Size: 544 MB / 174 MB


01. Get Out Of Your Lazy Bed (New 2010 Recording) [03:45]
02. Yeah Yeah (New 2010 Recording) [03:36]
03. Don't Blame It On That Girl (New 2010 Recording) [04:04]
04. Half A Minute (New 2010 Recording) [04:22]
05. Whose Side Are You On (New 2010 Recording) [04:50]
06. More Than I Can Bear (New 2010 Recording) [04:19]
07. Say It's Not Too Late (New 2010 Recording) [05:48]
08. Hifi Bossanova [04:21]
09. Our Love [04:46]
10. Dancing In The Street (New 2010 Recording) [03:56]
11. Sunshine Day (New 2010 Recording) [05:01]
12. Cha Cha Cuba [05:09]
13. Good Times (New 2010 Recording) [04:04]
14. Lost In You [04:42]
15. Wap Bam Boogie (New 2010 Recording) [06:31]
16. Half A Minute (Joey Negro Sunburnt Mix) [06:00]

16 summer hits - 11 of them classics completely new recordings, 4 original versions plus the exclusive Joey Negro Sunburnt Mix of 'Half A Minute' making this album the soundtrack for the summer.

Matt Bianco is a UK pop group formed by the late Kito Poncioni (bass), Mark Reilly (vocals) and Danny White (keyboards) in 1982, all originally members of the band Blue Rondo A La Turk.

For their first album "Whose Side Are You On?" they hired unknown polish vocalist Basia Trzetrzelewska. Her vocal arrangements gave the album a jazzy dimension.

Basia and Danny White left the group after the first album to pursue a lucrative solo-career with Sony under the name Basia. Mark Reilly, now without a musical partner, found keyboard player and session musician Mark Fisher and recorded the next (self titled) Matt Bianco album, followed by a European tour that saw them perform in front of more than 250,000 people. Now Matt Bianco was a household name in Europe and Warner Brothers thought it was time to get them into the U.S. market.

After twenty years recording and touring Mark Fisher started to crave for a different lifestyle and the two split amicably.
Basia and Danny White joined with Mark Reilly to reform the original Matt Bianco in 2003, after 20 years apart. In 2004, Matt Bianco released the album "Matt's Mood".

In 2009, Mark Reilly and Mark Fisher joined forces yet again and released a new album, entitled " HiFi Bossanova ", their first studio album together in 7 years. They continue to perform at concerts and jazz festivals around the world and a ‘Best Of’ album is planned for release in Europe in summer 2010.



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