Massimo Bottini Appears on
||Primo CD (2002) |
Personnel: Frankie, Fred Buscaglione (vocals); K-Mel (rap vocals); Massimo Bottini (acoustic guitar, chitarrone, piano, basso continuo, guitar synthesizer, vocoder, programming, bass programming); Filippo Clary (programming); Elle (loops, scratches).
Recording information: Studio Gimmick, Roma.
Director: Maria Grazia Fontana.
Arrangers: Filippo Clary; Massimo Bottini.
Traccia Mista: Lucchiano Sacchetti, K-Mel,Ali Mohamed Hizam, Emiliano Pari, Fred Buscaglione, Frankie, Piera Pizzi (vocals); Max Bottini (guitar, keyboards, bass); Joe Candido (guitar); Filippo Clary (keyboards); Cisco (bass); Rico (scratch).
This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.
||Angelo Blu CD (2000) |
Massimo Bottini albums Arrangers: Ciro Caravano; Diego Caravano.
Personnel: Franco Ventura, Simone Sello (chitarrone); Alfonso Deidda (saxophone); Claudio Passavanti (piano); Massimo Bottini (basso continuo); Alessandro Canini, Agostino Marangolo (drums).
Recording information: Gimmick Studio, Roma.
||Mr. Freedom CD (2005)
Massimo Bottini CD discography For its second Astralwerks album, the Italian electronica duo of Filippo Clary and Massimo Bottini opted for a more accessible but no less inventive sound. Whereas Gabin's debut was steeped in a European club vibe and presented tunes that were sung mostly in French, 2005's MR. FREEDOM features a more dynamic sound and vocals entirely in English. Powerhouse jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater appears on two songs here, but former Orange Juice vocalist Edwyn Collins steals the show with the freewheeling title track, which pushes the boundaries of Gabin's already eclectic aesthetic.
Gabin: Massimo Bottini (vocals, guitar, Fender Rhodes piano, keyboards, programming); Filippo Clary (keyboards, programming, sampler, background vocals).
Additional personnel: Dee Dee Bridgewater, Edwyn Collins, China, Jho Jenkins (vocals); Gino Mariniello (guitar); Mario Corvini (trombone).