Fascinating, this is the adjective best representing Michele Pastrello‘s record. Rarefied atmospheres and wrapping sounds setting through the thirteen tracks shaping a work up to its ideas.
There are interweaving tolls of piano sealing ambient tracks (“Mateera -blood of my blood-”, “Isabella -rage in the city”), major keys creating delicate songs with faint pop assonances (“Kate”, “Eleonora”), tribal percussions and male/female vocals weaving together with a new age taste painting wonderful natural landscapes (“Zoe -ngain’s pain-”, “Marcia – tears-”) and a sort of avant-garde (“Adele”).
Higher outcomes are touched when atmosphere becomes more melancholic with “Magda” and “Tamlin”, but the real apex of Gunaikéie is the superb “Tanya” supported by a piano riff simple as effective. This last one is part of the “32” soundtrack, a film shot by the same Pastrello, a multifaceted artist who, in this musician form too, shows his capabilities.
2. Mateera -blood of my blood-
3. Melissa (solo tu il mio amor)
4. Tanya (32, movie theme)
5. Isabella -rage in the city-
8. Zoe (ngain’s pain)
11. Marcia (tears)
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