AAA 100% Analogue This LP was Remastered using Pure Analogue Components Only from the Master Tapes through to the Cutting Head
Fone Records - LP112 - 180 Gram Virgin Vinyl - AAA 100% Analogue
Pure Analogue Recording , Mastering & Cutting
Club 496 - Only 496 Copies Numbered Limited Edition - Pressed in Germany
The mastering of Vinyl was performed by Giulio Cesare Ricci using the entirely analogical and valvular Signoricci system; the Master was made with the Ampex ATR102, 2 tracks, 1/2 inch, 76 cm / sec.
Recorded by Christian Reiner Lindemann, Edoardo Magoni, Fausto Mesolella, Alessio Lotti, Michele Greco at Indie Pendente Studios, Niccolini Theater of San Casciano in Val di Pesa, Gaia Studio Recording
1, 2, 3, 4 mixed by Edoardo Magoni and 5, 6 , 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 by Christian Lindemann at the House of Glass Mastered by Alberto Cutolo at Massive Arts Studios
• 180g Virgin Vinyl
• Limited Edition
• 33 rpm
• Pure Analogue Recording & Cutting
• Cutting Machine wired by Signoricci
• One-Stage Pressing Process
• Heavy Quality Sleeves
• Signoricci Vinyl Printed in Germany
• Produced in only 496 copies
The duo Musica Nuda, made up of Petra Magoni and Ferruccio Spinetti, is back on the international music scene. After the success of Little Wonder, Magoni and Spinetti return with an album composed of unpublished songs and sung for the first time in Italian.
This Italian duo's mission is as simple as it is bold: to make music with the bare necessities -- a stunning voice and a double bass -- free to trace any music back to its core. They have no boundaries, fusing bits of jazz, songwriting, rock, punk, and classical music, using the art of silence as well as sound, underlining the value of a lyric, a story, the meaning of every song whether dramatic, funny, energetic, sarcastic or romantic.
Their eleventh album, Leggera, is an accomplished and mature expression of their artistry and evidence of their continued openness to collaboration. They are joined both in composition and performance by such musicians as Peppe Servile, Faust Mesolella, Luigi Salerno, Kaballà and Tony Canto.
"Leggera" - "easy, easy", that's the title of the new album of the Italian jazz duo Musica Nuda - that seems to be in contradiction to the portrayal of singer Petra Magoni and contrabassist Ferruccio Spinetti on the cover the plate in heavy knight armor. But a certain sense for the ironic and contradictory characterizes the original music of the two anyway. Alone the cast, which is reduced only to double bass and voice, floats between the looseness of the filigree sound on the one hand and the difficulty and technical claim of the arrangements on the other hand.
On "Leggera", their first all-Italian-language album, Magoni and Spinetti break up the proven line-up again and again - the filigree duo sound is expanded and expanded by skilfully used overdubbing, and the unconventional pop arrangements are taken to a new level. It becomes clear that the humorous and cleverly reduced to the essentials and expressive strongest interpretations of Musica Nuda are not due to the plight of the small cast, but have become in the thirteen years since the founding of the duo for a very own and highly intentionally pursued style.
This style finds its material on "Leggera" among the Italian singer-songwriters, the "Cantautores" of the present, such as Tony Canto, Peppe Servillo, Francescu Du Gesu, Alberto Zeppieri or Bruno Lauzi. With a delicate voice and a groovy contrabass Musica Nuda give the songs a jazzy touch, but without ever losing themselves in a technical stand-out. The two virtuosos of this time are also supported by numerous guest musicians: the guitarist Fausto Mesolella, who died in the spring of this year, lets his fingers dance over the strings on two tracks. Songwriter Tony Canto is honored in the title track of the record (which he also wrote himself ), Petra Magoni's daughter Frida Bollani Magoni (her father is the pianist Stefano Bollani) sings a duet with her mother.
Originally produced by Warner, the album was originally recorded and mixed in 2016 by Christian Lindemann and Edoardo Magoni. That this good work must have been done, you can tell already from the fact that Fone boss Giulio Cesare Ricci the tapes were good enough to come in the luxurious treatment of his purely analog mastering. Ricci re-mastered the footage on his Ampex studio tape machine for the exclusive vinyl edition of Fone. Petra Magoni's voice sounds clear and present, from the soulful touch to the powerfully expressive fortissimo, all the facets are perfectly captured, and the warmth, precision and plasticity of Spinetti's double bass is simply melted away. Like all Fone releases, "Leggera" also appears in a strictly limited edition - 496 copies worldwide. A pleasure, you really should not miss! wv
Mastering by Giulio Cesare Ricci on a 1/2 inch studio tape machine Ampex ATR 102 at 76 cm / s.
Pure Analogue Recording and Cutting, One-Stage Pressing Process, limited to 496 pieces, pressed by Pallas in Germany on 180 g-Vinyl!
Petra Magoni, vocals
Ferruccio Spinetti, bass
Come Si Canta Una Domanda
Canzone Senza Pretese
Tu Sei Tutto Per Me
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