CFON 135 SA
Hybrid Stereo SACD
Two highly accomplished musicians playing in a historic venue!
Titled I Could Write A Book, Scott Hamilton and Andreqa Pozza recorded in an ancient residential palace in the heart of Tuscany, a family property turned into a hotel which has become over the last years a meeting place for artists and musicians. The meeting in this case was between Scott Hamilton, Andrea Pozza, Giulio Cesare and Alfred Kramer on the occasion of a concert of the two musicians held in the music room of the historic venue.
The magic of music and location together has fascinated Giulio Cesare and just a few months later, they were back to the scene of the crime and what you are holding in your hands is the result. Brazilian poet Vinicius de Moraes wrote "a vida é a arte do encontro (life is the art of meeting), but certainly without humans meeting no artform could survive.
• Super Audio CD
• SACD Stereo SACD Layer
• This Hybrid SACD contains a 'Red Book' Stereo CD Layer which is playable on most conventional CD Players!
Scott Hamilton, sax
Andrea Pozza, piano
|1. I could write a book - 6.48 - Richard Rodgers|
|2. We'll be together again - 5.42 - Carl T. Fischer|
|3. No moon at all - 6.14 - David Mann|
|4. Isn't it romantic - 7.15 - Richard Rodgers|
|5. Boccaccio Blues - 6.12 - Scott Hamilton, Andrea Pozza|
|6. Everything I love - 7.18 - Cole Porter|
|7. Afternoon in Paris (4th October take) - 5.35 - John Lewis|
|8. Limehouse Blues* - 5.41 - Philip Braham - *add Alfred Kramer, snare drum|
|9. Afternoon in Paris (3rd October take) - 6.24 - John Lewis|