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Sangeeta Michael Berardi

Sangeeta Michael Berardi: Guitarist/Composer [email protected]k.net (510) 528-7417 1960-1963: Connecticut: Gigs with own band in clubs, at Providence College, Univ. of Conn. Appearances with pianist Count Steadwell. 1963: Chicago: Gigs with organist Baby Face Willette and organist Bobby Buster Featured with guitarist Joe Diorio's Saturday morning jam session w/ Scotty Holt, bass; Gerald Donovan, drums, Gene (Clarence) Shaw, Eddie Harris, Jack DeJohnette, and others. 1964: Connecticut: Club gigs, also bass lessons with jazz and avant-garde classical virtuoso Bert Turetzky. 1965-1968: Manhattan: performances in lofts and other venues with saxophonist Frank Smith, Steve Tintweiss , clarinetist Perry Robinson, trumpeter Dewey Johnson , alto saxophonist Noah Howard, trumpeter Johnnie Salgado, bassist David Izenson, drummer Muhammad Ali, and others/duo gig with bassist Scotty Holt at Louie's Tavern in Greenwich Village/CT gigs with bassist Mario Pavone and saxophonist Mark Whitecage

Sangeeta Michael Berardi: The Mr. P Sessions

Label: Sunjump Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: CD 1:I'll Sing My Way; Mr. P; Solar Wind; Prayer for Peace; Feelin' Down and Lonely; Mr. P. Meets Mr. POB; Remembering John Coltrane II. CD 2: We Give Thanks; Imagine; In the Light of the Inner Sun; Witnessing Another Day; Talking in Saxophone Tongues; Farts Are Holy; Interstelar Frequencies I; Inside My Head; Interstellar Frequencies II; Bought Him Like a Pet; Call of the Cosmos; Chicago Nights I; Mr. P and Baby James at Play; Chicago Nights II; Remembering John Coltrane II.

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Sangeeta Michael Berardi: The Mr. P Sessions

Read "Sangeeta Michael Berardi: The Mr. P Sessions" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

In October of 1996, guitarist Sangeeta Michael Berardi went into Nevessa Studio in Woodstock, New York, and laid down the tracks for what would become two monumental recordings, Earthship (Sunjump Records, 2008) and Calling Coltrane (Sunjump Records, 2011). This is stunning music from a man who played with Alice Coltrane, Roswell Rudd, Rashied Ali, Archie Shepp--a ...

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Sunjump Records Announces New CD Release By Sangeeta Michael Berardi

Sunjump Records Announces New CD Release By Sangeeta Michael Berardi

SUNJUMP RECORDS ANNOUNCES NEW RELEASE FOR 2012 Sangeeta Michael Berardi: Calling Coltrane Sangeeta Michael Berardi, Guitar James Finn, Tenor Sax, Flute John Esposito, Piano Hilliard Greene, Bass Peter O'Brien, Drums The second part of the 1996 Studio session that yielded Sangeeta Michael Berardi's Earthship reveals more ...

Earthship

Label: Sunjump Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Earthship; Sahara Song; Coltrane's Love Lights Our Way; Six for Rashied; Eleutheria; Trane's Church; Evening, Woodstock; Onedaruth; My Favorite Things.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sangeeta Michael Berardi: Earthship

Read "Earthship" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

There's a lot of talent vying for our ears in jazz, which translates to many top rate artists falling into the underappreciated category. Guitarist Sangeeta Michael Berardi (b. Sept. 2, 1939, in Waterbury, Conn.) is one of those singular musicians who hasn't gotten his due.Berardi, who was primarily based in Woodstock, N.Y. during his ...


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