A La Costa Sud

compilation album by various artists

A La Costa Sud (La Musique De La Côte D'Azur) is a compilation album imagined and produced by Italian musician and producer Pino Presti, published in May 2009 by Edizioni Musicali Curci. The album consists of 3 CDs performed by 28 vocalists and / or instrumentalists who are from various continents and nations but who regularly perform in theaters, clubs and festivals in the French Riviera.

A La Costa Sud
Compilation album by
ReleasedMay 19, 2009
Genrejazz, Latin music, world, funk, pop, electro, Nu Jazz R&B.
Length58:56 (CD 1)
55:30 (CD 2)
52:34 (CD 3)
LabelEdizioni Musicali Curci
ProducerPino Presti

Genres of music change

Cuban singer and pianist Janysett McPherson

The album includes many different styles of music ranging from jazz to Latin music, world music, funk, pop, electro, Nu Jazz and R&B.

Video change

The broadcasting of the photographic video of A La Costa Sud has been made by Monte Carlo Producer Note[1] and by Cannes France, the complete guide to Cannes, France, which broadcasted it also during Cannes Film Festival.[2]

Artists change

  • Scott Parker Allen - Amedeo - Gabriel Anfosso - Christophe Chapelle
  • François Chassagnite - Francesco Crosara - Groovy Daks - Les Dupont
  • Josh Fabris - Shirley Bunnie Foy - Thierry Galliano - Marc Guillermont
  • Jean-Marc Jafet - Nicolas Luchi - Georgia Mancio - Conjunto Massalia
  • Janysett McPherson - Montparnasse - Linus Olsson - Nina Papa - Ruben Paz
  • Pino Presti - Isa Rabaraona - Oxai Roura - Samba Um - Santos - Lilian Terry
  • Timothée and performers Eric Alberti - Giancarmine Arena - Alain Asplanato
  • Claudio Citarella - Jean Luc Danna - Bruno De Filippi - Sandrine De Stefanis
  • Fred D'Oelsnitz - Antonio Faraò - Thomas Galliano - Neil Gerstenberg
  • Marc Peillon - Robert Perci - Fabrice Bistoni - Ronnie Rae - Benny Ross
  • Yohan Serra - Nicolas Viccaro - Yona Yacoub...

References change

  1. "Montecarlo Producer Note". Archived from the original on 2015-06-10. Retrieved 2012-05-17.
  2. "Cannes France-Cannes Film Festival". Archived from the original on 2016-03-03. Retrieved 2012-05-17.

Other websites change