George Harris, Jazz Weekly

German-born Gabriele Tranchina covers six, count ’em, six languages in this United Nations of a release. Her enunciation in each dialect is Waterford Crystal clear, and she sounds as comfortable snapping over a Mexican “rap” piece (“Solamente Passion”) as on a gentle Teutonic ballad (“Siehst Du Mich”). On a few of the songs, however, the mix has Bobby Sanabria’s enthusiastic drumming overpowering Tranchina’s voice, as on “Chante Comme…” and “Samba De Um Nota So,” obscuring her delivery and timing. Good, delivery but frustrating in reception.