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Showcasing Elio's songwriting through his unique blend of Pop, Rhythm & Blues, Jazz and Rock & Roll, the critically acclaimed 'A Seat At My Table' is regarded as one of the finest self-penned debut albums ever released.

Originally released in 2009, this download is the digitally remastered 2011 reissued version of 'A Seat At My Table' with three bonus tracks and features 14 phenomenal original songs including Elio's jubilant Christmas classic 'What A Day', his infectiously catchy 'Addicted To The Phone' (both personal favourites of the late, great British broadcasting legend, Sir Terry Wogan on his BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show) and a remix of Elio's sensational, DJ-favourite, radio 'turntable' hit, 'Got The Bug Back'.

Along with Elio's incredible band of musicians, the album also features special guest appearances by three legendary musicians: lead guitarist Albert Lee on 'Sober Siri' and 'Lazy Days'; saxophonist, Ray Beavis on the album's only cover, Stevie Wonder's 'Ebony Eyes'; and Elvis Presley's bass player from 1969-1977, Jerry Scheff on 'Lazy Days'.

Here is one of the many wonderful reviews the album received:

"This is just an amazing album in so many ways. It's very hard to pinpoint this guy's musical style - it's an exciting and feel-good blend of rock and roll, big band and Jazz... with a huge dose of Soul thrown in. Elio is obviously such a talented piano player... but his vocals are totally soulful! This album has something for everyone. For me, 'Addicted To The Phone really stands out - I first heard this on Radio 2 one morning and thought "Wow"! Classic. But also, 'Take You Home' and 'Still Want You' really shout out too. I have a feeling this will certainly become one of those all time classic albums and will be very collectable in years to come. They don't make music like this anymore. Well Done Elio Pace!"

- P. Smith

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