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"Her use of wordless vocals as well as her fine lyrics, and the impeccable arrangements for, and playing of the trio, have made Primary Colours a frequent visitor to my CD player."

- Jazz Views



“This album is not a collection of songs, but a complete, self-contained whole where every detail counts. There are so many interesting arrangements and instrumental ideas, interesting vocals and instrumental parts that it's impossible to mention them all. This is music to be listened to repeatedly and enjoyed.”

- Jazz-Fun.De



“An album with a dominating, colourful theme has to hold it together musically from start to finish, which this album does very well.”

- Jazz Journal

“Her poetically interpretive often dreamy and inspiring… even more so with the adeptly progressive musical accompaniment she gathers here on record.”

- Presto Music

“Germana Stella La Sorsa and her quartet wonderfully portrayed the many layers of ‘Primary Colours’ … layers of which can be found in each and every composition on this impressive album.”

- Jazz in Europe [Live review]

- Platinum Mind, March 2024 [Interview]

- Jazz Views Take Five Q&A, February 2024 [Interview]

- Joe Dimino, Kansas City Radio, Neon Jazz Interview, (USA), February 2024 [Radio Interview]

- London Jazz News, January 2024 [Interview]

- Connects Music, January 2024 [Feature]

- Jazz in Europe, January 2024 [Interview]

- Women in Jazz Media The Podcast, January 2024 [Interview]

- Musica Jazz (Italy), December 2023 [Interview]

- Women in Jazz Media Magazine, December 2023 [Feature]


"Nudging boundaries as she goes, La Sorsa satisfies her sonic curiosity by using her jazz vocal virtuosity in familiar and extraordinary ways to lead her fine ensemble on an exploration of the listenable end of the jazzant-garde, where the wide open spaces and odd turns encourage you to question what you knew."

- The Slow Music Movement

"La Sorsa’s debut is an excellent recording, with exciting originals and inventive takes on well-chosen covers."
- Jazz Journal

"It's a thoughtful, original and very musically satisfying album."
- London Jazz News

"The music is stimulating but never banal, the space between improvisation and written parts is fresh, seamless and the interplay between the musicians is perfectly balanced."
- Jazz in Europe

"I find a nice balance of colour in Germana's album where the use of Sam Leak's Hammond brings warmth and depth while Nick Costley-White's guitar reflects Germana's vocals and brings us some engaging solos, as does Sam Leak. Jay Davis's expressive drums underpin the whole and are really well-balanced in the mix."

- Sandy Brown Jazz - Tea Break, March 2022 [Interview]

- Kansas City Radio, Neon Jazz Interview, (USA), June 2022 [Radio Interview]

- Jazz London Live Radio, June 2022 [Radio Interview]

- London Jazz News, April 2022 [Feature]

- Morley Radio, March 2022 [Radio Interview]

- London Jazz News, May 2021 [Interview]

©️ Andty Porter

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