John Tavano, Alfred Nicol & Ann Harter | The Subtle Thread

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The Subtle Thread

by John Tavano, Alfred Nicol & Ann Harter

An eclectic blend of original music reminiscent of the melodic textures and rhythms of the cafés of Montmartre and the jazz clubs of Rio, woven together with the romantic lyrics of poet Alfred Nicol.
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1. La girafe
John Tavano, Alfred Nicol & Ann Harter
4:10 $0.99
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2. Anita
John Tavano, Alfred Nicol & Ann Harter
3:19 $0.99
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3. La chatte de ruelle
John Tavano, Alfred Nicol & Ann Harter
2:25 $0.99
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4. Lucky Lovers
John Tavano, Alfred Nicol & Ann Harter
3:19 $0.99
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5. Country Wife
John Tavano, Alfred Nicol & Ann Harter
3:59 $0.99
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6. Une voile au vent
John Tavano, Alfred Nicol & Ann Harter
2:06 $0.99
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7. Rose in Black & White
John Tavano, Alfred Nicol & Ann Harter
4:04 $0.99
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8. 'Ti capitaine
John Tavano, Alfred Nicol & Ann Harter
3:09 $0.99
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9. The Subtle Thread
John Tavano, Alfred Nicol & Ann Harter
4:37 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nine original songs written by the exquisitely gifted guitarist and composer John Tavano (music) and poet Alfred Nicol (lyrics), featuring the beautiful, vulnerable voice of Ann Harter. Chris Plante (formerly of The Brew) makes a major contribution on melodica and keyboards, as well as engineering and production. Alex Sandman plays terrific bass and also had a big role in engineering the CD. The otherworldly Albert Lamar plays flute and saxophone for us; Albert belonged to the Mississippi Symphony for 15 years, and has performed in orchestras for Ray Charles, The Chieftains, Doc Severinson and others. Aaron Zaroulis, who was The Brew‘s drummer, appears on several tracks. And world-renowned mastering engineer Jeff Lipton of Peerless Mastering adds his magic touch.

This is music unlike anything you're likely to hear on the radio. Classical/flamenco guitarist John Tavano writes melody like no one else can; sweet vocalist Ann Harter sings in two languages (four of the nine songs are written in French); and the lyrics are written by a true poet, Alfred Nicol (who also sings on the title track and on "La Chatte de Ruelle"). To listen to this album from beginning to end is to embark on a journey you will not soon forget.

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