Christina Quesada - Dentro Al Tuo Gogno - Green With White Splatter | RECORD STORE DAY

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Dentro Al Tuo Gogno - Green With White Splatter
Artist: Christina Quesada
Format: Vinyl


Rel. Date: 07/01/2022
UPC: 8428846112756

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1. Inizio
2. Why Don't You Call Me?
3. Per Te E Per Me
4. The Only One
5. Take Me In (To Let Me Go)
6. Italia (Italian Version)
7. Primavera
8. Inside Your Dream
9. Ya Nada Es Igual
10. Oh Johnny
11. When There Is Love

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Limited green with white splatter vinyl LP pressing. 2022 release. If the collaboration between the velvety voice of Cristina Quesada and the overflowing creativity of Joe Moore (The Yearning, The Perfect Kiss, Julie Et Joe) has already given us a handful of singles from "Think I Heard A Rumour", get ready for a feast of what is to come. The tandem is back with an exercise in high-voltage Italo Disco. As an advance for "Dentro Al Tuo Sogno", their upcoming album, we have a Digital Single full of juicy material, starring one of the songs that will be on the album: "Primavera". The song lays out all the sumptuousness of the sound taken to greatness by names like Giorgio Moroder, SAVAGE or Katy Gray. The thing is, Joe Moore has managed to find the mystery and the very special color of the melodies of these artists he has soaked up. "Primavera" makes this clear, with it's rhythmic-ness, it's deep basses and synthesized lines, creating a shady ambiance that hides the underlying vitality, which is perfectly reflected in Cristina's lyrics: a song for spring, as a metaphor for the need to escape from dark moments and contexts, swinging in the luminosity of the chorus.