It’s been a day, a week, a month, a year by Ann Marie Nacchio: Album Review
“It’s been a day, a week, a month, a year” is a stunning album by Ann Marie Nacchio, whose a true veteran in the piano rock genre. Her instrumental and vocal talent is pretty impressive, and it comes together nicely in this pop record. Hearing each piece will enchant an audience, ‘cause the artist’s smooth voice will immediately grab your attention from the second she sings.
“Kismet” is a blissful opening track accompanied by poetic vocals and a chill piano segment. Apart from that, a solid instrumental portion is active through powerful drumming, alongside vivid synths and guitars. It goes from a slow piano and vocal melody to all-out rock in a matter of minutes! “Dead Flowers” brings an epic guitar solo to the table and Ann’s dynamic voice to the forefront. Her vocal chops moved my soul, and it was enlightening to hear the artist’s range. Especially when she lets out a roar of emotions after the solo fades.
“Manic” is one such song that brings facets of funk and anthemic rock into the spotlight. Ann’s performance will captivate you, as she sings her heart out in a fast-paced frenzy. Furthermore, keyboards and the usual rock rhythm tag along. The guitars have exciting chords in place, and it blends excellently with the singer’s allure, as well as the other instruments. Oh, and wait till you hear the vocal chants, this is where the attribute of anthemic rock truly shines!
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Photo credits: Ted Maniatakos
Review by: Damien Reid