MILIONI DI LUNE
Paola Tagliaferro beging at a very early age singing in maintream pop music. After issuing a couple of singles
in the late seventies/early eighties, she retired from the scene, starting her interest in painting.
After more than 20 years she returns back in the musical scene with a couple of self composed albums
spanning from fusion, jazz and pop, but her needing of pushing the envelope and continue research carried
at The Conservatory of Vicenza where se studies with great singer Amelia Cuni, Dhrupad chant of ancient
The encounter with other avantgarde music and musicians lead her inteersts towards new horizons and in
2009 under the production of Max marchini she published “Chrysalis”, available at CD BABY, an album with ethnic flavours as well
as avantgarde pop from the seventies as progressive music and the new wave of Tuxedomoon and The
Residents. On this records she and Max wrote a song with King Crimosn and ELP wordsmith Peter Sinfield.
The album was very well received from critics.
Again under Max Marchini production she just issued this Milioni di Lune (Million Moons) with Sinfield (whose
also lend his voice on the track he wrote for the album “Blossom On The Tree”) and lots of other collaborations
including avantgarde trombonist Angelo Contini, guitarist Paul Labreque and film maker and musicologist
Francesco Paolo Paladino.
This new work goes further ahead in acoustic and sound research, with delicate ambient moods, contemporary
suggestions as influences by Popol Vuh and early King Crimson and delicate ambient soundscapes influenced by the work of Harold Budd, Robert Fripp as well as spontaneous music of friend Keith Tippett and Ovany Lodge.
This album received excellent reviews all over Italy.
On stage Paola Tagliaferro carries his music in two sets. One mainly acoustic and the other one very based
upon spontaneous music, taking main inspiration from the work of Ovary Lodge, and Gunter Hempel and