Artist: Marsha Bartenetti
Album: I Believe In Love
Label: Disk Eyes Productions
Year Of Release: 2019
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
1. Fragile (3:37)
2. Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most (5:52)
3. I’ve Got It Bad (And That Ain’t Good) (3:33)
4. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (4:03)
5. Our Day Will Come (4:31)
6. Alfie (3:14)
7. Nature Boy (4:56)
8. I Know You By Heart (3:31)
9. God Bless The Child (5:38)
10. The Very Thought Of You (3:48)
11. Throw It Away (4:49)
Marsha is a smooth, rich, expressive singer with the ability to bring authenticity to each song with heartfelt vocals that transport a lyric straight to your heart. She has been known to “cross any genre for a good lyric” and does so with heart and truth.
Her performances throughout the southland at venues like Catalina’s, and SRO shows at Upstairs at Vitello’s have won her audiences over.
Marsha started her career in the San Francisco Bay Area in the late 60’s The music scene was alive with incredible talent and opportunities. Her band opened for such acts at The Youngbloods, and played at venues like the Troubadour in Los Angeles.In 1980 Marsha won Best Vocalist in the American Songwriter’s Association’s International contest. The ‘American Idol” of it’s time, it brought access to opportunities that would take Marsha to Motown Records where she recorded with writers Ken Hirsch and Ron Miller who together and on their own…wrote “I’ve Never Been To Me”, “Touch Me In The Morning” for Diana Ross, “For Once In My Life” for Stevie Wonder, “If I Could” for Celine Dion, “No One In The World” for Anita Baker, among other top hits.
Marsha studied with the legendary vocal coach Judy Davis, in Oakland CA. who she says..”Changed my life.” Judy was a Diva herself whose students include Frank Sinatra, Barbara Streisand, and Judy Garland among others famous and not-so-famous.