Album Review: Nachtblau by Rosivita

Album Name: Nachtblau
Artist: Rosivita
Year/Label: 2006 / Karlbauer Records

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Austria’s Rosivita and her partner Klaus Karlbauer have struck up an interesting partnership on this album. Her vocals and lyrics and prove a fascinating match for his melodies. She resembles a new version of Lene Lovich or a German PJ Harvey.

“The Devil and Me” is a dreamy chanson, Rosivita’s tender side fully exposed.

“Kill your family” is sonically abrasive and has a lot of energy. Rosivita’s mixed English and German singing is enchanting.

“Il Nano a Grado” is a little bit funky and relaxed. The vocals are smooth and lovely.

“Hidden Place” is a coolly unfurling song with a great vocal.

Rosivita is a startling new talent, and she should have no problem finding and audience with this album.

Posted on August 11, 2006


Rating: 5 Stars
Comment: I bought the CD and it s great music!!!
name: sabina on Friday, August 18, 2006

Track Listing
Listen to track samples
1. Nachtblau
2. The devil and me
3. Kill your family
4. Ich bin so hungrig
5. Paradise
6. Il Nano a Grado
7. Sleep
8. Transitority
9. Hidden Place
10. Einfach so
11. Nightmare with Josef
12. My little boy

[Rosivita Official Site]


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