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Eva Simontacchi & E.S.P. Trio - Pure Ecstasy (2012)

27-02-2016, 16:54
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Title: Pure Ecstasy
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Splasc(H) Records
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 44:39
Total Size: 108 Mb


1. Pure Ecstasy
2. I Remember You
3. I Thought About You
4. Lush Life
5. You Lighten Up My Life
6. Some Gershwin Air
7. What Is This Thing Called Love
8. In Summer (Estate)
9. The More I See You
10. There Is No Greater Love
11. When I Fall In Love

Eva Simontacchi comes out with her debut album "Pure Ecstasy" for Splasc(H) Records. The first question that comes to my mind is: why did she wait so long to do it? Eva Simontacchi, in fact, has all the qualities to appear and be included in the restricted circle of classy Italian vocalists: intonation, swing, perfect pronunciation and a wide jazz culture (she is a very much appreciated vocal technique instructor).
It is evident from the very first notes that the choice of the compositions of the album is not casual at all, but is supported by an in-depth knowledge of the Broadway songbook, even under the historycal point of view, of the greatest jazz vocalists (Ella Fitzgerald in the first place). The original compositions too, written with Roberto Cipelli and Attilio Zanchi are interesting and well-arranged, especially "You Lighten Up My Life" that has an intriguing introduction followed by a beautiful melody that enhances the qualities and the vocal colours of the vocalist. In my opinion, the mood of this song, and the mood of "Pure Ecstasy" could direct the future choices of Eva Simontacchi.(Claudio Angeleri)

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