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In diesem Moment

Roger Cicero

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Album Review

Two and a half years after his third solo album, Artgerecht, singer Roger Cicero returned with an album that deviates from the successful retro-swing formula of its gold- and platinum-winning predecessors. Arranged by Lutz Krajenski and featuring Rea Garvey, Jools Holland, and members of Jamiroquai and Juli, 2011's In Diesem Moment (In This Moment) features few of the Sinatra-inspired big-band stylings of Cicero's previous albums and aims for a more diverse jazz-pop sound instead. The album entered the German album charts at number four and the Austrian album charts at number eight.

Biography

Born: 06 July 1970 in Berlin, Germany

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

German jazz vocalist Roger Cicero interpreted the sound and spirit of the swing era for contemporary audiences, upholding the family traditions established by his father, renowned jazz pianist Eugene Cicero. Born in West Berlin on July 6, 1970, Cicero grew up surrounded by jazz and its practitioners, and at age 11 made his professional debut in support of singer Helen Vita. He later studied voice, piano, and guitar at the Hohner Conservatory, and from 1989 to 1992 served as a regular member of the...
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In diesem Moment, Roger Cicero
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  • 11,99 €
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: 21 October 2011

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