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Elsie Bianchi, Siro Bianchi, Charly Antolini

The Sweetest Sound

  • 1. Teach Me Tonight
  • 2. Fallin' Love With Love
  • 3. Little Bird
  • 4. A Sleepin' Bee
  • 5. Shadows Of Paris, The
  • 6. Fiddler On The Roof
  • 7. Sweetest Sound, The
  • 8. Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most
  • 9. Meditation
  • 10. Why Did I Choose You
  • 11. Little Blues
  • 12. Guess Who I Saw Today
  • Elsie Bianchi - vocal and piano
  • Siro Bianchi - double bass
  • Charly Antolini - drums
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Nr kat.: UCCU5522
Label  : UNIVERSAL (Japan)

24 BIT Remastered

She was heard for the first time in June 1962 by a small but enthusiastic audience in Seiler's Café Atlantis in Basle: Elsie Bianchi sang and played what some call "bar jazz". It was great entertainment nevertheless and only a few jazz fans missed her performances. Elsie Bianchi learned to play the accordion when she was only five years old, somewhat later she began to play the piano and then she started to sing. One man with a well-trained ear and grand piano, the Villinger boss of SABA, H. G. Brunner-Schwer, offered Elsie Bianchi and her Trio the chance to record a total of 14 numbers in his professional studio in 1965. Twelve of these titles appeared on their first and only LP, which is now being re-released 35 years later..Elsie's husband Siro Bianchi, who was rather known as a tenor saxophone and clarinet player, also made his name as an excellent double bass player who accompanied Chet Baker among others. And just how sensitively Charly Antolini provides accompaniment on the drums is proven both here and on hundreds of other LPs..Thanks to this reissue, jazz lovers and easy listening fans can stop asking themselves when the legendary SABA LP with Elsie Bianchi and her Trio will become available once again. And who knows: perhaps one day a writer will make her name immemorable as a pianist and singer in a jazz lexicon. Today the Bianchis breed horses on a ranch in the USA - but they still play jazz …