Roberto Bignoli - La C'e Un Posto

Published Monday 1st August 2005
Roberto Bignoli - La C'e Un Posto
Roberto Bignoli - La C'e Un Posto

STYLE: Pop
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 13124-2850
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: CD EP
ITEMS: 1

Reviewed by Pippa Rimmer

'La C'e Un Posto' ('There Is A Place') is a four-track EP from Italian singer/songwriter Roberto Bignoli. His speciality is power ballads with plenty of guitar. Vocally, he is reminiscent of Zucchero but then anyone singing contemporary songs in Italian might get that comparison. The opening cut "C'e Bisogno Di Te" (We Need You) is a catchy little lighter-waving ditty, memorable after the first listen (if, like me, you speak Italian!). The title cut is acoustic guitar-driven and sounds like something Garth Hewitt would have recorded in 1983 if he were fluent in Italian! It's got some great guitar on it. "Ti Voglio Seguire" (I Want To Follow You) is a song of dedication that Roberto will follow God. The final cut "Dimmi O Mio Signore" (Dear Lord Tell Me) is reminiscent of the '60s song "Where Did You Go To My Lovely" except there's no accordion! The EP is well produced and heartfelt and Roberto should be encouraged because he's promoting Christian music in Italy where the scene is very small. Go for it Roberto!

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Sample Track Listing:
1. C'e Bisogno Di Te [Listen]
2. La C'e Un Posto [Listen]
3. Ti Voglio Seguire [Listen]
4. Dimmi O Mio Signore [Listen]

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