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Danilo Gallo

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Danilo Gallo is a bassit, composer and music producer. He plays doublebass, acoustic bass guitar, bass balalaikas, 12 strings bass. Gallo was born in Foggia Italy and lives in Padova. He plays in many bands, among them Gallo & The Roosters (leader), Mickey Finn + Cuong Vu, Rollerball, Francesco Bearzatti Tinissima, Dolphiana, The Crypt, Unscientific Italians, El Gallo Rojo Double Quartet, Zeno de Rossi Shtik, Geegallominetto, Jessica Lurie Ensembles, Laser Pigs, Osmiza, Orchestra Vertical, Guano Pasano, Enzo Favata "The New Village" feat. Tenores di Bitti, Sparkle and many others. Danilo Gallo collaborated with some of the best known musician from Italy and abroad like Benny Golson, Bob Mintzer, Paul Jeffrey, Chris Speed, Kelvin Sholar, DIck Halligan, GIanluigi Trovesi, Paaolo Birro, Kyle Gregory, Robert Bonisolo, Fabrizio Bosso, Gianluca Petrella, Marcello Tonolo, David Boato, Ettore Martin, Massimo Chiarellaa, Renato Chicco, Gianni Lenoci, Romano Mussolini, Renato Daiello, Antonio Ciacca, Davide Santorsola, Jean Paul Lochet, Rosemarie Navach, Felice Mezzina, Mariella Carbonara, Judith Hamza and others

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Play The Music Of Bill Frisell Vol. 1

Label: Hora Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Before We Were Born; Probability Cloud; Unsung Heroes; Hangdog; Rob Roy; Twenty Years; Verona.

Album

Play the Music of Bill Frisell Vol.1

Label: Hora Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Before We Were Born; Probability Cloud; Unsung Heroes; Hangdog; Rob Roy; Twenty Years; Verona

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Article: Multiple Reviews

The Latest From Clean Feed Records

Read "The Latest From Clean Feed Records" reviewed by Mark Corroto


2021 marks the twentieth year of Lisbon's Clean Feed Records. Listeners went from thinking ”who knew there was jazz in Portugal?" to acknowledging the label as the flag bearer of jazz' vanguard. Besides releasing music by Evan Parker, Mats Gustafsson, Steve Lehman, Julius Hemphill, Charles Gayle, Anthony Braxton, Elliott Sharp, Eric Revis, Harris Eisenstadt, and Kris ...

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Article: Radio

Benoît Delbecq, Charles Mingus, Danilo Gallo, Tom Rainey & More New Releases

Read "Benoît Delbecq, Charles Mingus, Danilo Gallo, Tom Rainey & More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


In this installment of Mondo Jazz we check out the latest releases by prolific French pianist Benoit Delbecq, the expanded version of Charles Mingus' 1974 legendary concert at Carnegie Hall, the textural work of Waxwing and the trio of Thomas Strønen, Ayumi Tanaka, Marthe Lea, and a couple of albums that may end up very high ...

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Article: Album Review

Unscientific Italians: Play The Music Of Bill Frisell Vol. 1

Read "Play The Music Of Bill Frisell Vol. 1" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Few would argue against Bill Frisell's status as one of the most singular and influential guitarists/composers since around 1980. And yet, the Baltimore-born musician remains something of an enigma: easy to admire but a tad more difficult to pin down. Instantly recognizable from just a handful of notes, Frisell is, at the same time, a musical ...

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Article: Radio

Best Jazz Ghost Tracks and Other Spectral Jazz, Part 2

Read "Best Jazz Ghost Tracks and Other Spectral Jazz, Part 2" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


We continue our exploration of great tunes that--for a reason or another--were concealed to great effect but also never received the attention they deserved. We'll try to remedy that focusing on ghost-tracks, and other ghostly jazz. We were supposed to select ten tunes... but there were at least thirteen more, plus a couple more ghost-related tunes. ...

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Article: Interview

Gli Unscientific Italians e l'arte della meta-sintesi Friselliana

Read "Gli Unscientific Italians e l'arte della meta-sintesi Friselliana" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


Se Nanni Moretti fosse nato nel 1973 invece che nel 1953, la famosa scena di Caro Diario che lo vede in sella ad un vespone per le strade vuote di una languida Roma ferragostana avrebbe avuto come colonna sonora la musica di Bill Frisell piuttosto che quella di Keith Jarrett. Perchè ogni epoca viene definita da ...

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Article: Album Review

Unscientific Italians: Play the Music of Bill Frisell Vol.1

Read "Play the Music of Bill Frisell Vol.1" reviewed by Mario Calvitti


Arrivato a farsi conoscere in età relativamente tarda (aveva già passato i trenta anni quando ha inciso il primo disco da titolare per la ECM, preceduto da un paio di collaborazioni con due illustri artisti della stessa etichetta come Arild Andersen e Jan Garbarek), Bill Frisell si è subito imposto come una delle voci nuove più ...

Article: Interview

Danilo Gallo: alla ricerca dell'incoerenza perduta

Read "Danilo Gallo: alla ricerca dell'incoerenza perduta" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Da anni ormai uno dei contrabbassisti e bassisti elettrici più apprezzati e richiesti del nostro Paese, Danilo Gallo fa parte di molte formazioni importanti che crescono di numero al passare del tempo, alcune a proprio nome, come il quartetto Dark Dry Tears, altre collettive, come Guano Padano, altre ancora a nome di altri, come il Tinissima ...


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