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Peter Prisco

Peter Prisco has played and taught in the greater metropolitan N.Y.C. area for the last 40 years.He has studied at length with masters Dick Evans and Chuck Wayne. Peter also spent 12 years studying under the great Tristano disciple Sal Mosca. Mr. Prisco has had long standing duos with bass legends Vinnie Burke and Bill Crow.He has performed with such jazz greats as Warne Marsh, Carmen Leggio, Don Joseph, Caeser DeMauro, Sal Nestico and Eddie Bert. Peter has been featured many times at famous New Jersey jazz clubs Gulliver's and also Trumpets. For the last 13 years he has been a member of the Carmen Leggio Band.appearing frequently in concert

Yesterday's Future

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2007
Track listing: You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To; But Beautiful; Ash Wednesday; I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face; I Love You; Blues For Del; What A Difference A Day Made; Broadway; My Old Flame.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Peter Prisco / Peter Scattaretico Quartet: Yesterday's Future

Read "Yesterday's Future" reviewed by Mike Neely

Yesterday's Future presents an obscure New York quartet live in the studio. The band has the casual rapport of players who have known and played with each other for a long time. This little known guitar and drummer led band plays very good jazz. Peter Prisco is a sophisticated guitarist with influences ...


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