Gabry Ponte ‎– Gabry Ponte

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Universal ‎– 017 895-2
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Tracklist

1 The Man In The Moon 5:04
2 Geordie 3:51
3 Got To Get 4:48
4 Sharm Café 4:50
5 Time To Rock 4:32
6 Always On My Mind 4:43
7 Waterfall 6:22
8 De Musica Tonante 5:40
9 My Butterfly 5:57
10 Le Voyage 6:13
11 Memories 5:38
12 Midnight 6:35
13 Terra Libera 5:40

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
0178954 Gabry Ponte Gabry Ponte (Cass, Album) Universal 0178954 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
35CD-60013 Gabry Ponte Gabry Ponte(CD, Album, Ltd + VCD, Promo) Alpha Music 35CD-60013 Taiwan 2004 Sell This Version
DR8604 Gabry Ponte Gabry Ponte(CD, Album) Universal Music Korea DR8604 South Korea 2003 Sell This Version
980 811-1 Gabry Ponte Gabry Ponte(CD, Album) Universal 980 811-1 Europe 2003 Sell This Version
017895-2 Gabry Ponte Gabry Ponte(CD, Album) Magic Records 017895-2 Poland 2003 Sell This Version

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palgiandy

palgiandy

August 15, 2015
It's a good album of Italo dance.
It's strange that Jeffrey Jey in track 1 use his real voice.
My best song are:
- Time to rock
- Geordie
- Got to get
- Sharm café
- Always on my mind
- De musica tonante
ItaliaPrincessa

ItaliaPrincessa

December 19, 2007
Absolutely Fantistic album!! Ponte has wowed us again with his excellent effects, beautiful lyrics, and a timeless mixture of fast and chilling beats. The first track, the man in the moon, is perticularly reviveing, especilly the fantastic vocals from Jefferey Jey, (nice to see them working together again) Geordie, being one of my favourite songs ever, has very beautiful lyrics, though I find the storyline a little disturbing. The album moves on to the ubeatubly-fast got to get, (I find the lyrics a little catchy) Sharm cafe is a little boring though, the lyrics are a bit too repaticous. Time to rock is one of my favourites. I was surprised to find that he invoved Gianfranco Randone in the writing of this track, given the somewhat crude lyrics. (see for yourself) Then It moves on to Always On my Mind, where he portrays and woman's loss of love. I find this track sounds more like a Matt Darey Track than an italo-pruduced production. I don't Mind the next track, Waterfall, given the beautiful and touching instuments.