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Camera Soul (Azzurra Music) / Press

“The new album from the Bari- and Verona-based troupe is cleverly infused with professional songwriting, full horn line arrangements, intelligent soul, jazz, and blues soloistic ideas, and possesses the ability to appeal to a broad range of music fans, ranging from Pop, Disco, House, and Soul, to R&B, and finally all the way to jazz.”

“What sets Word's Don't Speak apart would be the ingenious hybrid of soul, pop, and even a little disco but with more global jazz related sensibilities. appeal ... the smoother side of jazz has struggled to find that new sound to help slide a wedge in the revolving door of smooth jazz stations either changing to a format that works or closing up shop entirely. ... A delightful change of pace and easily a 5 star release!”

“The album ‘Words Don’t Speak‘ by ‘Camera Soul‘ is a must-buy for those seeking to treat their ears to some real feel-good music by talented musicians and songwriters.”

“The overall sound of this release reminds us of the soul/jazz sounds from latter 70s to the early 80s. Keyboardist and producer Pippo Lombardo has enlisted a top notch group of musicians for this album, which features vocals by Serena Brancale. Top tracks include , “Born to Be (Forever Mine),” “Bossanova,” the Maurice White-penned, “Miracles,” and the cover of Lionel Ritchie’s “Love Will Conquer All.””