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Marco Eneidi


Born on All Saints Day, 1956 in Portland, Oregon, Marco Eneidi's life in music began at the age of nine playing the clarinet while growing up in the San Francisco East Bay area of California. During high school he started playing the guitar in the finger picking style of the southern blues legends, played gut bucket bass in a jug band, and played clarinet in a Dixieland band which performed at nursing homes and the local pizzeria. At the age of twenty, Marco decided to get serious about music and finally began to practice upwards of twelve hours a day. In 1978 he got his first real job in music


For Our Children

Label: Botticelli
Released: 2014


Article: Lyrics

Save the Date - Aprile 2014

Read "Save the Date - Aprile 2014" reviewed by Luca Canini

Come promesso il mese scorso, diventa fisso l'appuntamento con “Save the Date." Riparte il viaggio su e giù per lo Stivale a caccia delle migliori proposte, dei migliori festival, delle iniziative più stuzzicanti. Una guida tascabile compilata seguendo solo e soltanto l'ispirazione e le tracce della musica che piace (a noi). 2 Aprile--Piacenza: ...


Article: Interview

Marco Eneidi: Pallettes of Color & Sound

Read "Marco Eneidi: Pallettes of Color & Sound" reviewed by Anna Poczatek

Marco Eneidi seems to become a forgotten artist. Which is odd, at the very least, because his improvisation workshops are attended by the first seat of the Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich, and because, in just the past few years, the saxophonist has played with artists including pianist Cecil Taylor, guitarist Joe Morris, reed multi-instrumentalists Roscoe Mitchell, Peter Brötzmann ...


Hell-Bent In The Pacific

Label: NoBusiness Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Meteorites; Inessential melancholies; Everything imaginable can be dreamed; Deformities and discords; Pendulum; Fumbling fulminations; Prisoner of a gaudy and unlivable present; Lop-sided heels and frayed shoes; Catholic comstocking smut-hound.


Article: Album Review

Vinny Golia / Marco Eneidi / Lisa Mezzacappa / Vijay Anderson: Hell-Bent In The Pacific

Read "Hell-Bent In The Pacific" reviewed by John Sharpe

Ever since moving to Austria in 2004, Bay Area alto saxophonist Marco Eneidi has flown beneath the radar, particularly in terms of recorded output. His discography boasts some heavy duty entries, including late trumpeter Bill Dixon's Thoughts (Soul Note, 1986) and bass maestro William Parker's Sunrise In The Tone World (Aum Fidelity, 1996), in addition to ...


Article: Live Review

Dana Reason Trio: Bellingham, Washington July 24, 2010

Read "Dana Reason Trio: Bellingham, Washington July 24, 2010" reviewed by Michael Boyce

Dana Reason TrioThe Amadeus ProjectBellingham, WashingtonJuly 24, 2010 The Dana Reason Trio's recent Angle of Vision Tour performance in Bellingham, Washington consisted mostly of new material, which they were preparing to record a couple of days later at Wild Rose Artists' Studio in Oregon. Dana Reason has an ...


Ghetto Calypso

Label: Not Two Records
Released: 2006


Article: Interview

Marco Eneidi: Still Here

Read "Marco Eneidi: Still Here" reviewed by Taran Singh

Alto saxophonist Marco Eneidi is one of contemporary creative music's unsung heroes. He studied with Jimmy Lyons and Sonny Simmons and has played and recorded with illustrious musicians including Bill Dixon, Cecil Taylor, William Parker and Glenn Spearman.Each of his albums is a special treat. Despite a significant discography ranging from trio to large ...


American Roadwork

Label: CIMP Records
Released: 2004


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