John Nanni | Dressed in the Moonlight

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Dressed in the Moonlight

by John Nanni

Smooth jazz instrumentals featuring clean, melodic, electric lead guitar backed by a stellar Nashville rhythm section. The title track features a smooth female vocal with rich background vocals, romantic sax and is jazz radio-ready!
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Home with Hazel
3:26 album only
2. Meet Me in Montana
4:05 album only
3. Burnin’ Daylight
3:48 album only
4. Falling Up
3:42 album only
5. Festival of Snow
3:39 album only
6. Same Page, Different Book
3:30 album only
7. Dressed in the Moonlight
4:16 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes


Artist: John Nanni
Title: Dressed in the Moonlight



Produced by: John Nanni
Recorded by: Peter Young and John Nanni
Recorded in Nashville at: Three Creeks Studio, White Rock Studio, and Nashville Drum Tracks
Mixed by: John Nanni, Three Creeks Studio
Mastered by: John Mayfield, Mayfield Mastering, Nashville, TN
Album Cover Illustrations: Jem Sullivan
Album Cover Design and Colorizing: Michael Wheeler



1-Home with Hazel (3:26)
(Written by Michael Wheeler, John Nanni)
©2016 by Chinchula Records (BMI) & Triple Creeks Music (ASCAP) . All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

2-Meet Me in Montana (4:05)
(Written by Nathan Nanni, John Nanni)
©2016 by Triple Creeks Music (ASCAP). All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

3-Burnin’ Daylight (3:48)
(Written by Lance Doss, John Nanni)
©2016 by Lance Doss Music (BMI) & Triple Creeks Music (ASCAP). All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

4-Falling Up (3:41)
(Written by Mark Duckworth, John Nanni)
©2016 by SalientBand Music (ASCAP) & Triple Creeks Music (ASCAP). All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

5-Fête des neiges (Festival of Snow) (3:38)
(Written by Treecy McNeil, Stéphane Ménard, John Nanni)
©2016 by Treecy McNeil Music (SOCAN), Stéphane Ménard Music (SOCAN) & Triple Creeks Music (ASCAP).
All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

6-Same Page, Different Book (3:30)
(Written by James Rea, John Nanni)
©2016 by James Rea Music (BMI) / Triple Creeks Music (ASCAP). All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

7-Dressed in the Moonlight (4:15)
(Written by Mindy Johnson, Paul Marshall, John Nanni)
©2016 by 4 Truth Music (ASCAP) & Triple Creeks Music (ASCAP). All Rights Reserved Worldwide.



-David Santos: Bass (2,4-7)
-Gary Talley: Rhythm Electric Guitar (5-7)
-James Rea: Keyboard (6)
-John Heinrich: Saxophone (2,4-7), Flute (5)
-John Nanni: Lead Electric Guitar (1-7), Acoustic Guitar (2), Keyboard (1-4), Keyboard Strings (1,7)
-Lance Doss: Bass, Rhythm Electric Guitar, 2nd Lead Electric Guitar, Guitar Solo (3)
-Mark Duckworth: Rhythm Electric Guitar (4)
-Michael Wheeler: Bass and Electric Rhythm Guitar (1), Background Vocals (7)
-Mindy Johnson: Lead Vocal and Keyboard (7)
-Nathan Nanni: Harmony Lead Guitar (2), Rhythm Electric Guitar (2)
-Peter Young: Drums (1-7)
-Stéphane Ménard: Bass (3), Keyboard (3,5)



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Darren Long

Smooth as Silk
7 songs aren't enough to get your fix for Smooth Jazz here on John's new CD. First off, the tracks are loaded with real musicians playing real instruments...something of a novelty these days, what with samples and programmed parts played by boxes and plug-ins. Here we have the human element of making music ... pure as can be and the way it should be!
John and company breeze along for seven well-written tunes, all mellow with soft and tasty lead guitar with just a sprinkle of sax mixed in with the bass, drums, and keyboards. It's a real time travel experience back to the late 70s and early 80s when this type of light jazz was King. Sit back with a cool glass of Pinot Grigio , kick your work shoes off, and dig the mellow tunes, baby!---Darren Long