CC Coletti – Bring It On Home (2013) [HDTracks FLAC 24bit/192kHz]

CC Coletti – Bring It On Home (Binaural+) (2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time – 52:56 minutes | 2.05 GB | Genre: Rock, Folk
Official Digital Download – Source: | Digital Booklet | © Chesky Records

The Chesky Records Binaural+ recording technique, fit for both speakers and headphones, captures the timeless sound of musicians playing in great acoustic settings. And now, starting with the Binaural+ sessions, Chesky Records has taken that approach to the next level.

CC Coletti is back with a new album, Bring It On Home. The album was recorded by Chesky Records using a new Binaural+ style. Her powerful, warm voice combined with the well respected guitarist/producer Anthony Krizan brings a new and modern play on songs like, Led Zeppelin’s “Rock And Roll”, Howlin’ Wolf’s “Killing Floor” and many more.

CC Coletti breathes new life into this new collection of covers. Combined with the unique Binaural+ recording style, Bring It On Home illustrates CC. Coletti at her best!

“CC Coletti breaths new life into Zepplin’s “Whole Lotta Love” with her sultry, bluesy cover…A refreshing new sound for a phenomenon thats rocked high schools all over the world since the seventies.” – Michael Mercer,The Daily Swarm

“Forget all the Zep wanna-be tribute bands. CC Coletti brings this music back to its roots, as it deserves. The combination of her gritty voice and fantastic guitar playing brings a fresh perspective to these classic cuts.” – Jeff Dorgay, Tone Audio


1 In My Time Of Dying 4:11
2 When The Levee Breaks 4:04
3 Bring It On Home 4:44
4 You Shook Me 6:48
5 Black Dog 4:22
6 I Can’t Quit You Babe 4:07
7 Killing Floor 4:55
8 Bron-Y Aur-Stomp 6:29
9 Nobody’s Fault But Mine 4:06
10 Whole Lotta Love 5:07
11 Rock And Roll 4:03

CC Coletti – Vocals
Anthony Krizan – Acoustic/electric guitar
John Korba – Acoustic/electric blues harp
Todd Lanka – Acoustic bass
Tony Beard – Drums

Recorded, edited, and mastered by: Nicolas Prout
Second Engineer & Session Coordinator: Alex Sterling

Recorded with the B&K Binural head, MSB A/D converter, and crystal cables.

This album was made with the purest audio path, using the very best microphones, mic preamps, analog-to-digital converters, recorders, and cables with careful attention to detail to produce the most transparent and natural sound available today.