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Seven Steps to Hendrix

Label: CDpM Lion
Released: 2012
Track listing: 01. Third Stone from the Sun; 02. Up From the Skies; 03. Foxy Lady; 04. Little Wing; 05. Manic Depression; 06. Purple Haze; 07. Angel; 08. Voodoo Chile.

Article: Album Review

Claudio Angeleri: Seven Steps to Hendrix

Read "Seven Steps to Hendrix" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il pianista e arrangiatore Claudio Angeleri ci propone, col suo quintetto, un omaggio a Jimi Hendrix nel segno di Miles Davis e di Gil Evans. Un omaggio volutamente senza chitarra, registrato dal vivo in occasione di due festival che si sono tenuti nell'agosto del 2011, a distanza di venti giorni uno dall'altro, rispettivamente in Sicilia e ...


Invenzioni a Piu Voci

Label: CDpM Lion
Released: 2007
Track listing: La Citta Sottile (part 1 intro piano); La Citta Sottile (part 2); Freebop; Bud Not For Me; Prelude; Poemas de Amor (intro piano); Poemas de Amor (part 2); Blue in Green; lfonsina; Toko-San; Ruby My Dear; Affari in Grande; Alphonsina y el Mar.


Article: Album Review

Claudio Angeleri: Invenzioni a Piu Voci

Read "Invenzioni a Piu Voci" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Italian pianist/composer Claudio Angeleri opens Invensioni a Piu Voci with four minutes of solo piano, rolling with a free development of the gels into a lovely, light-stepping melody. The tune is “La Citta Sotile (The Thin City) Pt.1," an introduction to the second part featuring saxophonist Bob Mintzer, of Yellowjackets fame, blowing a dark-toned opening that ...


Monk Keys

Label: CDpM Lion
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1.Epistrophy 2.Well You needn


Article: Album Review

Claudio Angeleri Orchestra Tascabile w/special guest Gianluigi Trovesi: Monk Keys

Read "Monk Keys" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

With this release, Italian pianist/arranger Claudio Angeleri and his orchestra render various slants on a portion of the Thelonious Monk discography. Recorded live at an Italian theater, the band kicks off the program with a straightforward spin of “Epistrophy.” However, the fun really starts with the second piece “Well You Needn’t,” featuring gritty solo endeavors by ...


Jazz Files

Label: Resonance Records
Released: 1996


Gomma Arabica

Label: Scolari
Released: 1986


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