Deep night of the soul. Night of jazz, soul and r'n'b. Night of prodigious throats, raised in the heat of the best black music, even if their owners are white musicians. On the one hand, the legendary The Manhattan Transfer, the masterful New York quartet that is celebrating its fifty-year career. On the other, Mario Biondi, something like the Barry White or the Italian Isaac Hayes. Another artist with a long career.
Manhattan Transfer, the band formed since 1969 by Cheryl Bentine, Janis Siegel and Alan Paul (Tim Hauser and Laurel Massé were also members) is considered one of the best vocal jazz groups in history, although throughout their career they have played swing, American standards, Brazilian music or acappella music, in a career of almost thirty albums, with more than a dozen Grammy awards. The latest of these is Fifty (2022), recorded with the Funkhausorchester of the German WDR, in which they offer new orchestral arrangements of some of their hits, such as "Chanson D'Amour", "The Man Who Sailed Around His Soul" or The Beach Boys' "God Only Knows".
As for Mario Biondi, on the other hand, no one would say from his blond, blue-eyed appearance that he is the European Barry White. But that's how this 53-year-old Sicilian is. His deep and captivating voice has made him one of the great Italian interpreters of soul, jazz and r'n'b, and he also had his approaches to disco music years ago. He has collaborated with the likes of Ray Charles, Michael Bolton or Incognito, and in 2022 he was already in our country in a series of dazzling concerts that more than justify his return in 2023.
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If the age of the minor is less than 16 years old, he/she must always be accompanied by his/her father, mother or legal guardian.