Ambra - Prism Of Life: Fascination Of Sound And Nature (2014)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | Tracks: 13 | 55:40 min | 127 Mb
New Age | Label: Prizm
remastered album of the Ambra project: Prism Of Life. Musically, this
is the third 'album' Ambra exciting, relaxing and full of dynamics.
Perhaps also composed exactly to achieve that effect, but there is
nothing wrong with such an album. Much of the music, which is also here
and is filled vocal reminiscent of a mix of former Enigma with
influences of progressive rock and world music. The guitars (played by
Manuel Lopez) reinforce that feeling, while the saxophone (Axel KŘhn)
offers a fresh perspective.
The cover of the album is not to lie in
the case of logos. The German label Prizm in cooperation with Future
tainment Prism Of Life (Fascination Of Sound And Nature).
(Angiolini) is a superstar in her native country of Italy. Although only
22 years old, Ambra has been a television star and recording artist for
the past seven years. In 1994, she received a prestigious Telegatto
award (Italy's equivalent to an Emmy) as New Personality of the Year.
Her albums have consistently sold more than one million copies and her
tours have all been sold out. Re-recorded in Spanish, Ambra's albums
have also been major hits in Spain and Latin America. Ambra's rise to
fame began at the age of 15, when her dance teacher encouraged her to
audition for a role in the Italian television show Non e'La Rai in 1992.
The following year, she became a national phenomenon when she was
chosen as the star of the show's Gioco Dello Zainetto (Play of the
Rucksack). During the final year of the show, 1994 to 1995, she hosted a
talk show segment aimed at the younger members of her audience.
Although her debut album, T'appartengo released in 1994, sold more than
370,000 copies in Italy and became her first album translated into
Spanish, Ambra continued to be seen on Italian television. A TV film,
Favola, in which she starred, was seen by more than six million viewers.
In October 1995, Ambra became the star of a series, Generazione X, that
reflected on the lives and problems of Italy's teenagers. In February
1996, Ambra hosted a highly rated special Dopo Festival (After the
Festival), during which she spoke with artists who had performed during
the Sanremo Festival. Touring Italy in 1996, Ambra danced and sang with
accompaniment from Band X. The high point of the tour came when one of
her concerts was broadcast nationally by Italian Radio 105. At the same
time that she released her second album, Ambra's debut album reached the
top of the music charts in South America. A tour of South America was
capped by an appearance at the Vina del Mar festival in Santiago, Chile,
in February 1997. With her third album, Ritmo Vitale, released in 1997,
Ambra displayed her talents as a songwriter, composing eight tunes.
Ambra, who lives in Montemario, Rome, with her parents, was also in the
TV films Super and Non Dimenticate Lo Spazzolini Da Denti.