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Andrea Pagani

ANDREA PAGANI Born in Rome, pianist, composer, arranger. Live and studio session man for many italians and international artist, like Roberto Ciotti, Enrico Montesano, Acustimantico, Frank Catalano, Enzo Scoppa, Massimo Moriconi, Francesca De Fazi, Randy Roberts, Claudia Marss, U.S.Z., Blue Joshua Band, José Martillotta, Joe De Vecchis. He played in many Jazz and Blues Festival around the world, among which: "Pistoia Blues" (2000), "Jazz & Image" a Villa Celimontana, Rome (4 years, 2000/2003), "Umbria Jazz Winter"(2001/02), "Philips Dubai Jazz Festival"( UAE-2003), "Jazz Tage Lichtensteig" (Suisse-2003), "Isola Liri Blues"(2004), "Nokia Abu Dhabi Jazz Festival" (UAE 2006), "Roma incontra il mondo-Villa Ada (Rome 2006/2007), "Out of the Blue's Festival" (Samedan, Svizzera - 2007), "Stadio della Pallacorda" (Roma, 2008) “FestambienteSud” (2008), “Notti d’estate a Castel S.Angelo, “Auditorium Ara Pacis”( Rome 2012)

Piano Player

Label: Birdology
Released: 1998

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bill Evans: Piano Player

Read "Piano Player" reviewed by Douglas Payne

At first it's hard to tell if Piano Player is a quickie compilation or a never-issued recording. But it's a bit of both. It's a hodgepodge, really, consisting of eight never-before released songs enhanced by the Miles Davis quartet's 1958 performance of “My Funny Valentine" and two of five tracks from vibraphonist Dave Pike's ...


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