Igor - You And I


This is a story of a Russian musician who emigrated to Australia to find his success overseas. His new album was recorded in Sydney and Bergamo, Italy in February 2003. Since April 2003 his new album "You And I" is available, released through Holborne Australia. 

One can compare his style with sax players as Dave Koz or Kirk Whalum.  He categorizes himself his music as smooth and silky. 

On the starter Sorry IGOR plays soprano and tenor saxophone accompanied by Vadim Galitsyn on keyboards and David Moyse on guitar. Vadim ("Vadgal") has recently made the film music for the Italian movie "Snaff" and supported the new release of the Italian group "Pooh". David Moyse is known as a member of the group "Air Supply", playing Adult-Rock and Soft Rock in the 80's. Currently he is playing Contemporary Gospel for Hillsongs. Sorry is a smooth melody with a great appeal.

Another Star is a demonstration of IGOR's versatility. He plays soprano saxophone, keyboard and adds a perfect drum programming. He also arranged and produced this slow contemplative song.

A Day In Sydney has a hooking melody line with an attractive rhythm. A real foot stumper.

Luna Latina (Latin Moon) is IGOR's second slow masterpiece. A romantic melody on a Brazilian Bossa rhythm.

I Remember You, an instrumental ballade with much heartfelt feeling will inflame the hearts of women. 

A further lovely ballade is You And I.

Personally I prefer more up tempo pieces like Mr. Twister. Kevin Hikuroa on Gibson guitar, Yuri Terletsky on electric guitar and Vlad Shvetsov (Keyboard programming) add a perfect musical escort.

Obviously this album is written for lovers as to shown up with First Romance.

Shelly Beach is an emotional seashore trip. IGOR's soprano sax is the leading instrument with a sustained melodic contour.

Flying Home and Everything I Have Is Yours are the final love songs for romantic lovers.

This album is dedicated and made for the rose of Australia, for the lady of your heart. Enjoy it at the right moment. 



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