Don't Ever Go

Genere: Jazz
Etichetta: Alman Music
N° catalogo: ALMAN22092
The Lady Is a Tramp
feat. Fabrizio Bosso
The Look of Love04:34
East of the Sun
feat. Fiorenzo Zeni
Lover Man
feat. Javier Girotto
S Wonderful04:20
feat. Max Ionata
Autumn Leaves03:36
Why Don't You Do Right?04:01
Sometimes I'm Happy
feat. Fabrizio Bosso
At Last04:34

Beloved and now adopted by the “Bel Paese”, the South African singer and model Nicole Magolie releases her first album.  "Don't Ever Go" derives its title from a phrase from the focus track "The Look of Love", chosen along with eleven other works from the Real Book.  A resolutely jazz album, elegant and persuasive, but also playful and brilliant, developed and conceived together with the pianist, and for years now stage companion, Gabriele Gentile.  The vocalist will be accompanied by an exceptional quartet with Emiliano Pintori on piano, Marco Bovi on guitar, Stefano Senni on double bass and Zeno De Rossi on drums.  The project also sees the extraordinary participation of some of the most important soloists of the Italian and international jazz scene: Fabrizio Bosso, Javier Girotto, Max Ionata and Fiorenzo Zeni who, in a duet with Nicole, adds expressive and interpretative value.

The album is available on Alman Music from April 29th on CD and LP 33 and on all digital platforms.

Concept by Alberto Mantovani and Gabriele Gentile
Produced and Realized by Alberto Mantovani

Recorded by Mario Marcassa at Cat Sound Studio in Badia Polesine (RO) - IT
and by Alberto Mantovani at ExCantine Studio in Imola (BO) - IT
Mixed and Masterized by Alberto Mantovani at Alman Project Studio in Imola (BO) - IT

Emiliano Pintori - Piano and Organ
Marco Bovi - Guitars
Stefano Senni - Double Bass
Zeno De Rossi - Drums
Fiorenzo Zeni - Saxophone
Cristian Stanchina - Trumpet

Gabriele Gentile - Piano on tracks 3, 9 and 12
Fabrizio Bosso - Solo Trumpet on tracks 2 and 10
Javier Girotto - Solo Saxophone on track 5
Max Ionata - Solo Saxophone on track 7
Fiorenzo Zeni - Solo Saxophone on track 4

Foto by Alessio Barbieri
Graphics by Stefano Raffini