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DGO Tunes In: Giovanina Bucci, solo singer/songwriter

In which a local musician discusses four of their top songs and/or albums
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Courtesy Giovanina Bucci

Singer-songwriter Giovanina Bucci, new to Durango, reveals her current top music choices.
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Courtesy Giovanina Bucci

Singer-songwriter Giovanina Bucci, new to Durango, reveals her current top music choices.

“How I Got Over,” The Roots

“OK, so this has just been an on-and-off binge-listening relationship with this album. It’s got really infectious lyrics and a musicality to it that’s catchy but not overly repetitive. I feel like it’s this awesome collaboration of melodies, hip-hop and acoustic riffs and choruses. It’s one that I constantly go back to.”

“Mellow Drama,” Kevin Garrett

“I saw him in Montreal over the summer open for James Vincent McMorrow. There’s just something about it that’s really soothing. He just has a crazy-amazing voice and I don’t know, there’s just something unique and modern about it. I’m just attracted to the quality of his voice.”

“Gracious Mama Africa,” Dezarie

“Her album, this is a make-out album. There is something about the whole album. She’s a female reggae artist and it’s nothing overly complicated. It’s got a simple, sexy quality to it.”

“Murder in the City,” Brandi Carlile

“I just love everything about her; she just puts on this incredible live show. You’ll be elated with happiness and with compassion and with sadness, but the comforting kind of sadness. Sometimes music can bring out that spectrum of emotions, and she hits them all.”

— Raychel Johnson

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Courtesy Giovanina Bucci

Singer-songwriter Giovanina Bucci, new to Durango, reveals her current top music choices.