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Daniele Germani has always believed that music is a powerful tool to develop the creative and expressive potential of people and that it will always be a driving force in society, breaking down human barriers and uniting people. For him, this has been undoubtedly true. Being a bandleader and having a working group for over four years has allowed Daniele to grow both as a composer and arranger. In the year of 2019 he challenged himself to compose one tune per day. Today, he has written over 450 tunes, and will be releasing his debut record, A Congregation of Folks, on Gleam Records, March 2021
Label: GleAM Records
Track listing: They Move In On The Action 2:32; One Moment To Moment 6:08; The Capitalist Creed 3:57; A Congregation Of Folks 2:07; Half Believe It 4:51; In The Field Of The Unconscious 6:45; Eres Luz Variation 0:53; Eres Luz 4:41; But It Doesn't Mean It's Danger-Free 4:59; No Clouds In The Air 1:50; Salisbury Introduces YLWFBL 0:49; You Like Won't Find A Better Listener 4:49; Farewell ( A Congregation Of Folks) 1:29
by Troy Dostert
Ambition is not in short supply for up-and-coming alto saxophonist Daniele Germani. Back in 2019, the Berklee College of Music alumnus committed himself to writing a song a day, and ten are featured here on his debut disc, A Congregation of Folks. Nor are they easy-come, easy-go compositions; there is an innate restlessness in Germani's muse, ...
by Ludovico Granvassu
This week we feature plenty of jazz for social justice, exciting piano players and young ensembles, unearthed live gems that are coming out during these COVID times both to remind us of the power of live music and to remedy the lack of new live recordings, and the album that confirms Gretchen Parlato's role in the ...