Chloe Lattanzi's 'No Pain' is a Thought-Provoking Pleasure
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This month, Chloe Lattanzi released No Pain, her much-anticipated debut album, and she proved that she has both a dazzling voice and some important things to sing about. I first heard a few of these songs back in 2007, when Chloe released a small selection of them on My Space. I had the great fortune of meeting Chloe back then, and she greeted me so warmly that I'll never forget it. The loveliness that Chloe exudes as a person is present in the music, and she worked with producer Jarrad Rogers to create what I hope will be the first of many collaborations to come.
The album opens on the title track "No Pain". Given Chloe's strong storytelling talents, the depth of her voice, and the writing on the wall between the lines the listener may imagine, one can hear evidence of the pain that inspired the music - and the utter joy of living to sing about it!
"Magic" does more than hint at Chloe's famous family. As the daughter of Olivia Newton-John and actor Matt Lattanzi, Chloe acted in
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