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Firenze 1985 - Luca Flores suona la musica di Fabio Turchetti

Label: Impress Media - Jennifer Niederhoffer
Released: 2008
Track listing: 1. Max 2 Supersoul - 2:10; 2. Via del rossellino 48 - 3:45; 3. Il sogno - 3:00; 4. Jazz Walter - 2:30; 5. Cakewolk Blues - 1:52; 6. Spanish Tinge - 1:34; 7. Wilmer’s Star - 1:19; 8. Gres - 1:28; 9. Faye - 1:20; 10. Club mediterranèe - 1:08; 11. Coer Latin - 1:45; 12. Peau Noir - 4:44; 13. Eleonora Duse - 2:21; 14. Razor Blade Blues - 1:51; 15. Aspettando un caffè - 1:26; 16. Enrique Breccia - 1:16; 17. Mambo Jumbo - 2:23; 18. Moira Orfei - 1:24; 19. Tango Martinez - 1:16; 20. Copacabana Beach - 2:19; 21. Second Nature Blues - 1:30; 22. Moonin - 1:33. Tutte le composizioni sono di Fabio Turchetti.


Luca Flores: Firenze 1985 - Luca Flores suona la musica di Fabio Turchetti

Read "Firenze 1985 - Luca Flores suona la musica di Fabio Turchetti" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Fabio Turchetti, compositore e cantautore cremonese, risiedette a Firenze nel corso degli anni ’80 per i suoi studi sul jazz, divenendo amico di Luca Flores. In quegli anni Flores ebbe occasione di eseguire alcuni brani di Turchetti al pianoforte, ed il compositore li registrò su dei nastri che hanno rivisto la luce a vent’anni di distanza ...


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