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Paul Marangoni


Paul Marangoni began drumming at the age of 13. Primarily self-taught, he was lucky enough to study privately with some very talented musicians: David Kent (Toronto Symphony Orchestra), Paul DeLong (Domenic Troiano, David Bendeth, Kim Mitchell), Mark Craney (Gino Vannelli, Jethro Tull), and Chad Wackerman (Frank Zappa, Allan Holdsworth). Paul has performed and/or recorded with: Jazz Martyrs, Jazz Because, The Trio of Stridence, The Brothers Dimm, Janeen Leah, Freddy Curci, Alex Masi, The Works, Adrian Davison, Coney Hatch, FM, Zappacosta, Eugene Smith, and David Gibson.


Aural Recall

Label: Jazz Martyrs
Released: 2022
Track listing: The Search; Feels So Good; A Remark You Made; Junk; Let The Cat Out; Hard Eights; Bahama Mama; To Sir With Love; Change of Heart; Air, Love & Vitamins; Close to Home;


Article: Album Review

Jazz Martyrs: Along Similar Lines

Read "Along Similar Lines" reviewed by Anya Wassenberg

On Along Similar Lines. So-Cal-based drummer and bandleader Paul Marangoni and a band of veteran musicians offer a tight blend of musicianship, and a high-energy approach that shifts tempos and moods easily. The recording has a nice, fat sound, and production values that capture the music with a sense of the live energy between the players. ...


Pastrami Standards

Label: Trio of Stridence
Released: 2005


Along Similar Lines

Label: Jazz Martyrs
Released: 2017
Track listing: Prava; I Will; Wichita Lineman; Skating; Echoes; Say The Brother's name; After 6; Just Like The Day; Sister Cheryl; She's Leaving Home; Black Creek.


Auditur Periculosum

Label: Trio of Stridence
Released: 2013


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