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Marco Sanguinetti

Marco Sanguinetti was born and lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. «Sanguinetti pushes forth toward a new jazz genre«, according to All About Jazz. He has edited 7 albums: «Improvisiones» (2005), «Los procesos de Franz» (2008), «El otro» (2011), «Ocho» (CD 2013 / Vinyl 2014) and the double album «Como desaparecer completamente» (2016) wich revisits the music of Radiohead, «9» (CD 2017 / Vinyl 2018) and «Inmoral» (2019) versions on Gustavo Cerati’s music produced by Tweety Gonzalez. In both 2016 and 2017 he has been awarded: Best Musician, Best Pianist and Best Composer of the year by the Argentinean press

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Marco Sanguinetti: Inmoral

Read "Inmoral" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Born, raised and still residing in Argentina, pianist-composer Marco Sanguinetti writes jewel-fine, poetic miniatures which bring back a time and place when individual voices of all talents were the wealth and treasure of any civilized society. Quite unlike, without getting too far afield, the mob-speak we're choked with today. The dozen tracks that tell ...

Inmoral

Label: Twitin Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1. Pulsar (5:27) 2. Aquí y ahora (3:50) 3. Primavera 0 (3:34) 4. Sudestada (5:19) 5. Puente (5:06) 6. Té para tres (3:03) 7. Especie (3:04) 8. Alma (4:16) 9. Lisa (3:35) 10. Canción animal (4:20) 11. Otra piel (4:35) 12. Paseo inmoral (4:35)

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Marco Sanguinetti: 9

Read "9" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

After Cómo Desaparecer Completamente (Self Produced, 2016), a collection of Radiohead covers, Argentinian pianist/composer Marco Sanguinetti returns to a program of his compositions. The instrumentation is similar to its predecessor 8 (Acqua Records, 2014): an unusual combination of piano, turntable, cello, double bass, drums, and occasional guitar. So while it is primarily an acoustic ensemble, the ...

9

Label: Exiles Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Tremendo; Niño; Alienígena; Subte; Murga triste; Escena final; Isodravio; Percha; La distancia; Brebaje.

Cómo Desaparecer Completamente (How to Disappear Completely)

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016
Track listing: CD1: Airbag; Everything in Its Right Place; Scatterbrain; We Suck Young Blood; Weird Fishes/Arpeggi; Black Star; I Might Be Wrong; Motion Picture Soundtrack. CD2: Creep; The National Anthem; Paranoid Android; Burn the Witch; Little by Little; How to Disappear Completely; Nude; Idioteque.

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

Geno Thackara's Best Releases of 2016

Read "Geno Thackara's Best Releases of 2016" reviewed by Geno Thackara

I always say it when recapping every year, and it's been truer than ever for me since I was fortunate to join All About Jazz at the start of 2016: there's always too much great stuff to take in. There are always too many albums we don't get around to during the year and too little ...

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Marco Sanguinetti: Cómo Desaparecer Completamente (How to Disappear Completely)

Read "Cómo Desaparecer Completamente (How to Disappear Completely)" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Argentinian pianist Marco Sanguinetti has brought his imaginative, genre-crossing sensibility to projects like “8" (2014), an album of original, Latin-inspired pieces filtered through thoroughly modern stylistic devices, and his work with Pibe-A, which has recorded tributes to Pink Floyd's “Dark Side of the Moon" and Radiohead's “Kid A." Given his track record of eclecticism and ambition, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Marco Sanguinetti: Cómo Desaparecer Completamente

Read "Cómo Desaparecer Completamente" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

The first time that Brad Mehldau covered Radiohead's “Paranoid Android" on Largo (Warner Bros, 2002), the idea of jazz interpretations of alternative rock songs was a bit more of a novelty even if a concept that Mehldau had long embraced. That said, taking on a double-disc set dedicated to the output of one pop entity is ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Marco Sanguinetti: Cómo desaparecer completamente

Read "Cómo desaparecer completamente" reviewed by Geno Thackara

Devoting an entire album to another artist's songs is a tradition with, let's say, a checkered history. It can be done out of anything from genuine love to simple goofy novelty. The results are sometimes honorable or even transcendent, other times often pointless copies or cheap money grabs (remember that early-noughties flood of string quartet tributes ...


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