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Don't Stop Your Mind

Label: Wide Sound
Released: 2006
Track listing: Should Be A Blues; Don't Stop Your Mind; In My Soul; One Finger Snap; My Dear Hill (New Version); A Day Out Of This Time; Five Points If No Helmet.

Album

Don't Stop Your Mind

Label: Wide Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: 01. Should Be A Blues - 6:22; 02. Don't Stop Your Mind - 10:25; 03. In My Soul - 8:06; 04. One Finger Snap - 9:39; 05. My Dear Hill (new version) - 9:21; 06. A Day Out Of This Time - 7:44; 07. Five Points If No Helmet - 4:36; Tutti i temi sono di Gianluca Renzi eccetto "One Finger Snap", composto da Herbie Hancock

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Gianluca Renzi: Don't Stop Your Mind

Read "Don't Stop Your Mind" reviewed by AAJ Staff


By Angelo Leonardi | Translation by Christine Recchia At just thirty, he's already had an extensive history of formative experiences: recordings with Stefano Battaglia, Riccardo Fassi and Giampaolo Ascolese; and collaborations with Pieranunzi, Melillo, Ambrosetti and Watson. Bassist Gianluca Renzi delivers his second disc as a solo artist with a renewed lineup (pianist Pietro Lusso and ...

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Gianluca Renzi: Don't Stop Your Mind

Read "Don't Stop Your Mind" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Trent'anni appena compiuti, dopo un ampio curriculum di esperienze formative (incisioni con Stefano Battaglia, Riccardo Fassi, Giampaolo Ascolese e collaborazioni disparate: da Pieranunzi a Melillo, da Ambrosetti a Watson) il bassista Gianluca Renzi approda al secondo disco da leader (dopo Looking for the Right Line) con una formazione rinnovata (confermati solo Pietro Lussu e Raffaele Carotenuto) ...


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