ELISA the new album “Intimate – Recordings At Abbey Road Studios”

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“Intimate – Recordings at Abbey Road Studios” is the title of Elisa’s new album, a record born from the live project of “An Intimate Night” (out next December 8th).

An Intimate Night was born to be a small theater tour and then we all realized that something bigger had happened” – this is how Elisa presents the album in a long post of thanks on her social profiles, in which she explains the genesis of his new record release and through which he also reveals the tracklist.

Elisa has created a record recorded directly from the Abbey Road Studios in London, just as if it were a live concert, combining the suggestion of a true temple of music with the magic of her timbre, accompanied only by piano, guitar and strings , in a balance, that of Dardust’s arrangements and productions, “between virtuosity and essentiality”, as Elisa herself wrote.


The album consists of 18 tracks, including the great hits performed live during “An Intimate Night” and two unreleased tracks, including the single ” Quando nevica ” (out on Friday 24 November).


“When it snows” was written by Elisa herself together with Calcutta and Dardust, it is a delicate song, a direct ballad between virtuosity and essentiality in which Elisa’s voice lies on the musical carpet of the strings and piano that accompany her, exalting her.


On 15 and 16 December Elisa will be live for “An Intimate Christmas – Two (Special) Nights Only”

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