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Brian Conigliaro: The Economics of Love

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Detto che ognuno ha il diritto di autoprodursi quello che vuole, questo CD del chitarrista/armonicista Brian Conigliaro suscita in noi emozioni più consone ad un piano bar che non riflessioni degne di una vera e propria proposta artistica.

La musica è stata registrata prevalentemente dal vivo in piccoli locali periferici dello stato di New York e si muove senza soluzione di continuità fra jazz d'annata, blues corposo ed easy listening coerente al contesto.

Il repertorio è molto variegato e spazia da Charlie Parker a Bob Dylan, dagli Steely Dan a Gershwin, da Van Morrison a Tom Jobim, senza farsi mancare alcuni brani originali scritti dallo stesso Conigliaro.

Il celebre Leonard Feather ha esaltato le doti di armonicista di Conigliaro definendolo 'a great down home jazz/blues harmonica player.' In questo album lo ascoltiamo più come cantante e chitarrista...

Track Listing: 01. Her Love Is Merciless; 02. Moondance; 03. The Economics of Love; 04. Agua De Beber; 05. Yardbird Suite; 06. Oleo; 07. Along the Watchtower; 08. Josie; 09. Statesboro Blues; 10. Whats Wrong With That; 11. Wicki Wacki Woo; 12. They All Laughed; 13. Fine Madness.

Personnel: Brian Conigliaro (chitarra, armonica, voce); Kevin Callaghan (contrabbasso); Nick Misch (basso); Chris Parker (batteria); John Arucci (batteria).

Title: The Economics of Love | Year Released: 2011 | Record Label: Point of Departure, WMPG-FM


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