Gianni Brezzo
Traditional Heart

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why we love this

Warm melodies that gently melt into unwinding clarity. Soothing guitars and sax meld and paint a delicate portrait of the artistic process, with pleasing electronic flourishes interspersed in between.

about the record

Traditional Heart is the second album by Gianni Brezzo - the band or the studio project – of the Cologne-based musician Marvin Horsch. The title is by no means to be understood in the sense of an authenticity pathos à la love in times of Tinder, but addresses the process of musical production itself. Says Brezzo: “This time the process of making music was more important than the product. Not to allow even a thought regarding the effectiveness of the music; pick up the instrument on impulse and put it away again; record again. Finding a rhythm during the process. At home.”

  1. A1 - Adult Ship 3:54
  2. A2 - Excited 2:34
  3. A3 - Mental Shower 4:20
  4. A4 - River 2:31
  5. A5 - Henry 1:51
  6. A6 - Hickup 4:34
  7. B1 - Moof! 2:36
  8. B2 - I Told You 2:53
  9. B3 - Gwing 2:38
  10. B4 - Brem Bo 2:37
  11. B5 - More Hours 2:19
  12. B6 - The End Of 3:14

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Gianni Brezzo
Traditional Heart

20,00

only 2 left

  1. A1 - Adult Ship 3:54
  2. A2 - Excited 2:34
  3. A3 - Mental Shower 4:20
  4. A4 - River 2:31
  5. A5 - Henry 1:51
  6. A6 - Hickup 4:34
  7. B1 - Moof! 2:36
  8. B2 - I Told You 2:53
  9. B3 - Gwing 2:38
  10. B4 - Brem Bo 2:37
  11. B5 - More Hours 2:19
  12. B6 - The End Of 3:14

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why we love this

Warm melodies that gently melt into unwinding clarity. Soothing guitars and sax meld and paint a delicate portrait of the artistic process, with pleasing electronic flourishes interspersed in between.

about the record

Traditional Heart is the second album by Gianni Brezzo - the band or the studio project – of the Cologne-based musician Marvin Horsch. The title is by no means to be understood in the sense of an authenticity pathos à la love in times of Tinder, but addresses the process of musical production itself. Says Brezzo: “This time the process of making music was more important than the product. Not to allow even a thought regarding the effectiveness of the music; pick up the instrument on impulse and put it away again; record again. Finding a rhythm during the process. At home.”

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