As spring evolved into summer, Italy-based duo Gabin (bassist Max Bottini and DJ Filippo Clary) discovered that Italians couldn't get enough of its jazzy house track "Doo Uap, Doo Uap, Doo Uap," which gloriously references Duke Ellington's "It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)." A crossover smash in the land of wine and pasta, "Doo Uap" has been embraced by tastemaking club DJs in the U.S.—and it's one of many highlights on the twosome's eponymous full-length debut.
1999 - Following up on 22-year-old vocalist/pianist Fiona Apple's 1996 debut, the oh-so-succinctly titled ""Tidal,"" Clean Slate/Epic releases Apple's ""When The Pawn Hits The Conflicts He Thinks Like A King What He Knows Throws The Blows When He Goes To The Fight And He'll Win The Whole Thing 'Fore He Enters The Ring There's Nobody To Batter When Your Mind Is Your Might So When You Go Solo, You Hold Your Own Hand And Remember That Depth Is The Greatest Of Heights And If You Know Where You Stand, Then You'll Know Where To Land And If You Fall It Won't Matter, Cuz You'll Know That You're Right.""
Drawing from a multitude of musical influences to create a unique flamenco/ world music sound, guitarist and composer Hernan Romero astounds on this collection of instrumental and Spanish-language tracks.
As with Legacy's epochal Robert Johnson boxed set—the surprise-smash 1990 release that not only sparked new interest in vintage roots-music styles but also virtually kicked off the CD era of boxed-set reissues—the genesis of this four-disc collection devoted to short-lived electric-guitar pioneer Charlie Christian lies in a labor of love.
Italian superstar Laura Pausini has flirted with American audiences via a few soundtrack appearances but approaches a full-blown love affair on From the Inside, her glittering English-language debut on Atlantic.