Matt Bianco emerged in the British music scene in the 80s with a fresh pop sound tinged with soul, jazz and latin rhythms, while music at that time was more and more based on machine and synths.
“Hideaway”, their new work, will be released on March 8th, 2013 via earMUSIC. “Hideaway”: a place to escape the pressures of every-day life. A place of the soul, to step aside, relax and recharge. The album’s title sets the intentions of Matt Bianco’s music in 2013 and the new songs fit perfectly to the theme.
Whose Side Are You On? was the first album by Matt Bianco. Released in 1984, the title has long been out of print in most territories. For this album, Matt Bianco was a trio of Basia Trzetrzelewska (vocals), Mark Reilly (vocals), and Danny White (keyboards). This album contains the band's first five chart UK hits, including "Get Out of Your Lazy Bed", "Sneaking Out the Back Door", "Matt's Mood", "Half a Minute" and "More Than I Can Bear". All are sung by Trzetrzelewska and Reilly, except "Matt's Mood" which is an instrumental.
Matt Bianco was the second album by the British jazz/pop/soul band Matt Bianco, released in 1986 for WEA. For this album, the band's line-up was made up of vocalists Mark Reilly and Jenny Evans, and musician Mark Fisher. Jenny Evans and Mark Fisher were brought in after the departure of Polish singer Basia Trzetrzelewska and keyboard player Danny White, who left the original trio to establish a solo career for the female singer under the name of Basia.
Superb album from world-pop outfit Matt Bianco, released in July 2002. Featuring a brillant collection of ten songs with a strong latino flavour, this record just shows how good these guys have become at writing thumping, pulsating popsongs. Together with their new vocalist Hazel Sim they manage to make this album sparkle.
Matt Bianco was the second, eponymous album by the British jazz/pop/soul band Matt Bianco, released in 1986 for WEA. It was the first album by the band as a duo, made up of vocalist Mark Reilly and musician Mark Fisher, after the departure of Polish singer Basia Trzetrzelewska and keyboard player Danny White, who left the original trio to establish a solo career under the joint name of Basia.
The second long playing by the group with the new line-up was more successful than the debut album as for chart position in the United Kingdom, reaching Number 26 in the UK Albums Chart, but spanning 3 hit singles which were generally less successful than the previous ones.
new album for 2010, this is an album of newly recorded tracks from the past, all our hits and songs we enjoy playing live. There is a completely new version of ‘more than I can bear’ and a great version of ‘ half a minute’ featuring Hazel Sim on vocals and re-mixed by Joey Negro which is catching lots of attention.