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Label: Alma Music (Italy)
Released: 2007
Track listing: St. Louisine Double Blues; Very Very Rags; Small Hours; A Night With Anisia; All the Things We Would Like to Be; North-East End Blues; Tiens ma main; Bras to Africa; Back to Da Capo.

Adagio

Label: Alma Music (Italy)
Released: 2007
Track listing: Kimpale; Prime; Poesia; Len; Color Tufo; Dniva; Memories; Adagio; Avind; Piano Insight.

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Claudio Fasoli: Adagio

Read "Adagio" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Claudio Fasoli has had a long and varied career as a jazz saxophonist. In the early seventies he was part of an electric jazz group called Perigeo. The next decade saw a shift into acoustic jazz. But Fasoli was not static in his involvement. During this time he played with a diverse blend of musicians including ...

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Lydian Sound Orchestra: Back to Da Capo

Read "Back to Da Capo" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Riccardo Brazzale formed the Lydian Sound Orchestra in 1989. His initial inspiration was Miles Davis, but he changed the musical equation by bringing in his own touch, which he calls a “contemporary aesthetical approach. The Orchestra's first recording, Melodious Thunk (Totem Records, 1993), was a blend of original compositions with selections from Thelonious Monk and Duke ...


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