From what I've heard Cipriani's melodies are often predictable, but lovely, with progressions not unlike the Gloria Gaynor's I will survive, but his instrumentation, perhaps you'd call it the italian style, give it a kind of bright sound.
This is off an album in which most if not all of the instruments used were kids toys, which I have a little trouble believing, especially when it comes to the drums. This is originally a Doobie Brothers song, but this cover brings out a lot of the subtle nuances which go unheard in the original.
This track is so beatiful, and i find it popping up in a lot of degradingly funny places; its one of those tracks you hear in situations that are extremely sexy, though if you watched Nacho Libre, you might have noticed a more ironic use of the track.
08 Jan 07 ·eftimihn: Terrific track, loved it for many years and was stunned to hear it in Nacho Libre.