The album was produced by Fabio Balestrieri for Kouyatè and recorded over two years in Italy, Belgium and the UK. The reason being the collaboration with Phil Gould, who co-produced Rain and Dream Alone, and much of the work took place in his cottage-studio in Dorset. The production was in line with the main idea of creating an album “made of notes”-which reflects Fabio Balestrieri and Diana’s wish for “real” music- played in every single part with real instruments. This idea was developed at Hours by the Window studio, recording most of the instruments -including the frogs recorded at the stream-. Various talented musicians were involved in this debut album, to mention just a few: harmonica player Toots Thielemans, percussion player Miles Bould, double bass player Pino Pecorelli, keyboard player and singer Mike Lindup, bass player Yolanda Charles and Mirco de Grandis, string player Neil Black.The mastering of the album took place care of Martin Giles, at Alchemy Soho in London (see www.alchemysoho.com).
“ …in Escapizm, I wanted to tell stories about whatever I could imagine .”
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