Note di Donna is the title of the album that takes its name from the group itself.
The music of "Note di donna" is based on songs that have a strong melodic sense, typically Italian, in the best sense of the term. The songs are developed with refined harmonies and the songs are arranged with a skilful jazz touch by musicians with proven multi-year experience in the national professional environment. the result is an album of songs with inspired melodies, presented in a sophisticated and refined garment. In "putting jazz" in so-called pop music, it is very easy to get too far from the original matrix, complicating and risking to distort the nature of the piece, something that does not happen with "Note di Donna" that constantly keeps the balance between emotion, impact and refinement.
The compositions are by Vittore Andreotti except for the classic "Musica Proibita".
The texts focus on different aspects of the female world is the same Victor who illustrates the context: "There is a perfect balance between strength and fragility in women. Perhaps this is why it is difficult to describe the many thoughts that crowd his mind. Feelings, emotions and words that run like raindrops on the glass in an apparent chaos, manage to find their right place, turning a gloomy day into a positive idea. Through our music we have tried to explore some aspects and tell some stories of a universe as fascinating as it is inexplicable, just as life itself is. "(Vittore Andreotti)
Vittore Andreotti – piano e tastiere
Loredana Casula, voce
Enrico Ferraresi – batteria e percussioni
Camillo Bellinato – basso
Andrea Gentile – chitarre
Tullio Ricci – sax e ewi
1) QUEI VECCHI MOTIVI (Andreotti) > 5’ 28”
2) FINALMENTE LIBERA (Andreotti) > 5’ 03”
3) MI GIOCO TUTTO (Andreotti) > 4’ 50”
4) SCENDERA’ LA SERA (Andreotti) > 4’ 58”
5) MUSICA PROIBITA (S.Gastaldon) > 3’ 29”
6) SECONDO ME (Andreotti) > 4’ 33”