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Album

Won 3 - Thoughts in the fridge

Label: Fitzcarraldo Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1 Thoughts in the fridge (L. Lo Bianco) 2 Are you all the things? (D. Carnovale) 3 Inganni e ritardi (L. Lo Bianco) 4 Kintsugi (L. Lo Bianco) 5 Notturno (D. Carnovale) 6 Interpolation (D. Carnovale) 7 Dani celere (ma non troppo) (S. Borzacchiello) 8 Dolomiti alto samba (S. Borzacchiello)

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Musician

Luca Lo Bianco

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Luca Lo Bianco was born in Palermo on June, 13th 1974. He started playing electric bass when he was thirteen and after a few years he approached the double bass. He graduated with the maximum grade in double bass in 1999 under the guide of Mo. Franco Muzzi. In 2010 he obtained the Master degree in Jazz Music with Magna Cum Laude at the State Music Conservatory 'Vincenzo Bellini' of Palermo with a thesis entitled 'Musical syncretism in contemporary Jazz’. From 2010 until 2015 he taught electric bass at the 'V. Bellini' State Conservatory’s Jazz Department of Palermo and from 2011 until 2013 at the 'A

Album

Manziluna

Label: Fitzcarraldo Records
Released: 2011

Album

The Spoiled Tree

Label: Fitzcarraldo Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Altalena; The Bridge; Appunti Di Viaggio; Canalyze; Reunion; Clessidra; The Spoiled Tree; Gare De L'Est.

Article: Album Review

Francesco Guaiana: The Spoiled Tree

Read "The Spoiled Tree" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


L'etichetta palermitana Fitzcarraldo continua a sfornare piccoli capolavori che ci fanno finalmente pensare che anche nel nostro paese è possibile produrre album di giovani musicisti jazz che non necessariamente si cimentano con l'hard bop e con gli standards, usando un linguaggio ormai obsoleto. Lo fa anche grazie ad una bella intuizione produttiva a partire del contenitore ...

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Article: Album Review

Francesco Guaiana Triptyque: The Spoiled Tree

Read "The Spoiled Tree" reviewed by Phil DiPietro


Palermo has, in turns, been designated Italy's cultural, economic, and tourist capital. It has not heretofore been acknowledged for its avant-garde, solo acoustic, spontaneous improv, or modern jazz scenes. Through his consistent issuance of aural postcards from his Byzantine outpost, guitarist Francesco Guaiana has quietly emerged as the region's most gifted practitioner at all of these ...


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