Through My Eyes (Fabrizio Sotti album)

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Through My Eyes
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Studio album by
RecordedJuly and November 2002
StudioCondulmer Studios, Italy, Smythe Studios, New York City
Genre Jazz
Label Sotti Entertainment
Producer Fabrizio Sotti
Fabrizio Sotti chronology
Through My Eyes
Inner Dance

Through My Eyes is an album by guitarist Fabrizio Sotti that was released in 2004.


Through My Eyes was recorded and mixed at Condulmer Studios, Italy and Smythe Studios, New York City in July and November 2002, and was engineered by Giorgio Piovan and Stephane Guyot. It was released on Sotti's own Sotti Entertainment label two years later. Dennis D'Amico is credited as a co-producer on the album. [1]

Track listing

All tracks written by Fabrizio Sotti

  1. On My Way to You
  2. Through My Eyes
  3. Inner Dance
  4. Release #1
  5. Release #2
  6. Remembering
  7. What if
  8. While the Sun is Rising
  9. Improvisation #1
  10. Introspective
  11. Goodbye


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  1. Florino, Rick. "Interview: Fabrizio Sotti". Artist Direct. Retrieved March 10, 2014.