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New Perspectives

by Amelia Romano

"New Perspectives" electrifies the harp and invites the listener to re-imagine the role of this instrument in today's musical landscape.
Genre: Latin: Latin Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Smile (feat. Josh Mellinger & Pablo Davila)
3:03 album only
2. Crazy Day (feat. Josh Mellinger & Justin Ancheta)
4:20 album only
3. It's About Time (feat. Josh Mellinger, Jose Luis Tolosa & Schuyler Karr)
2:07 album only
4. Nataliana
3:07 album only
5. Joroportiz (feat. Jackeline Rago, Jose Luis Tolosa & Angel Tolosa)
4:04 album only
6. Salutations (feat. Josh Mellinger, Misha Khalikulov & Schuyler Karr)
5:27 album only
7. Defying Gravity (feat. Josh Mellinger & Pablo Davila)
5:37 album only
8. Besame Mucho (feat. Josh Mellinger, Misha Khalikulov & Schuyler Karr)
4:50 album only
9. Baroque Flamenco (feat. John H. Clarke)
4:36 album only
10. I'd Rather Go Blind (feat. Josh Mellinger, Paul Bertin & Schuyler Karr)
4:23 album only
11. New Perspectives (feat. Jose Luis Tolosa & Jackeline Rago)
4:11 album only
12. Receiver (feat. Josh Mellinger & Margaret Gonzalez)
3:08 album only
13. Legacy (feat. Josh Mellinger & Rebecca Kleinmann)
3:21 album only
14. Counterpoint (feat. Josh Mellinger & Pablo Davila)
4:10 album only
15. Credits (feat. Josh Mellinger)
3:01 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"New Perspectives" celebrates Amelia Romano's journey performing world fusion music on her electric harp. The album features over a dozen works of original repertoire, fiery Latin rhythms, western classical traditions, vocals, and fresh arrangements-- including the blues standard, "I'd Rather Go Blind," and the Mexican bolero, "Besame Mucho." Her work speaks boldly of her experience living in Cape Town, and introduces the listener to people and places that inspire her artistry. In collaboration with local talent, she brings the listener to the townships of black South Africa, Mexico and Venezuela, finding common ground in the stories and rhythms connecting humanity.



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