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Midnight Without You

Chris Botti

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Though tracks from it received smooth-jazz radio play, Chris Botti’s 1997 set Midnight Without You is equal parts moody adult instrumental and active ambient styles. The assured trumpeter had expressed a love of European art rock by the likes of Peter Gabriel and Bryan Ferry. On this sophomore effort, Botti was also able to supplement the legacy of the cult Scottish band The Blue Nile in two ways: original member Paul Joseph Moore co-produced this set and plays keyboards on every number, while the title track (covered by Joe Cocker in 2002) features its vocalist and primary songwriter, Paul Buchanan. The originals “The Steps of Positano,” “Never Gone,” and “Alone in the City” showcase Botti’s wandering-romantic side, while “Regrooveable” and “Mr. Wah” are undeniably catchy and upbeat.

Customer Reviews

One of my all-time favorite albums!

This is an amazing collection of music -- my first in a long line of Chris Botti CDs! His music speaks to my soul. "The Steps of Positano" is a song I feel in my bones...especially after seeing pictures of Positano, Italy.

tkc

regroovable is the best song to this album! mr. wah is a good song to listen to as well!

Biography

Born: October 12, 1962 in Portland, OR

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Though best known as a contemporary jazz performer, trumpeter Chris Botti made his initial splash on the pop music scene. A native of Oregon, he started playing at the age of ten, and began performing professionally while still in high school. After studying in the prestigious Indiana University music program under noted jazz educator David Baker, Botti relocated to New York, where he served with saxophonist George Coleman and trumpet great Woody Shaw. In 1990, Botti was asked to join Paul Simon's...
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