|1.||"Sands Of Time" (feat Manuela Ravaglioli) (4:38)|
|2.||"Vontade De Viver" (feat Toco) (3:59)|
|3.||"Luz Da Joaca" (feat 4Mare) (4:24)|
|4.||"Vale Do Misterio" (feat Barro) (3:38)|
|5.||"I Can't Keep Up With Your Love" (feat Laura Fedele) (3:43)|
|1.||"Superbacana" (feat Toco) (4:36)|
|2.||"Zona Norte" (feat Toco) (4:03)|
|3.||"Chuva De Verao" (feat Qinho) (3:39)|
|4.||"Zuzu" (feat 4Mare) (4:24)|
|5.||"Estrada Real" (feat Luzia Dvorek) (3:33)|
Although he released his first 12" singles during the Italian house boom of the early 1990s, S-Tone Inc's Stefano Tirone has never considered himself a house producer. A quick glance at his back catalogue confirms that he's made far more nu-jazz and acid jazz, though he never abandoned the dancefloor completely. As Onda, his first album for four years, deftly proves, he can still knock out superior quality, jazz-flecked deep house when he needs to. Accompanied by a string of friends and guest vocalists, the Milanese producers lays down a series of superbly summery cuts that casually join the dots between jazz-funk, disco, samba, house, soul and bossa-nova. That the album is hugely entertaining and musically compelling is testament to Tirone's undoubted studio skills.
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