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New Philology Release: "My Reflection" by Andrea Celeste

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Andrea Celeste December 2007 sees the release of “My Reflection", the debut album from the young and enormously talented singer and songwriter Andrea Celeste. The 21 year-old singer, whose voice is deep and mature, signs most of the tracks on the album before entrusting it then to such exceptional musicians as Gianluca Tagliazucchi (piano), Dino Cerruti (double bass) and Rodolfo Cervetto (drums). Produced by Roberto “Robbo" Vigo and edited by the prestigious Philology jazz label, the album will be distributed in Europe, USA and Japan. Some of the most important Italian names from the international jazz scene contributed to the production of the album, such as Dado Moroni, who together with Andrea Celeste signs the song “Real", Riccardo Fioravanti, Enzo Zirilli, Andrea Pozza, who plays in the touching piano and voice version of “I'm Glad There Is You" and Pietro Leveratto, special guest in “It Ain't Necessarily So". Thirteen delicate songs of love, such as the romantic “The Power Of Our Love", and songs of friendship, as in “My Reflection" explore the emotional side of life and allow us into her musical universe with great class and simpleness. A stunning album, which blends together such diverse sounds as Filippo Gambetta's melodeon, Marco Moro's bass flute, the powerful groove of the GNU Quartet and the magic sound of the White Light Orchestra conducted by Maestro Stefano Cabrera, further enrich the debut of this rising new jazz talent.


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