Maurizio Giammarco albums The title says it all! Almost all of the ten cuts are standards (many with the word "Love" in the title: Gershwin's "The Man I Love," Porter's "I Love You" and "What is this Thing Called Love," Rogers and Hart's "Lover," and the chestnut, "Lover Man." Giammarco plays them straight on his tenor (and a touch of soprano) saxophone, backed by a tight rhythm section of drummer Roberto Gatto, bassist Piero Leveratto, and pianist Art Lande. Lande is more aggressive than usual, to good effect. Overall, the group reworks the pieces ever so slightly. The saxophonist offers a full, luscious tone. While there is no new ground broken, if you enjoy the kinds of songs on the CD, you should enjoy the album. Everything is played to immaculate perfection, with tempos varied. The recording quality is excellent. ~ Steve Loewy
/Art Lande/Piero Leveratto/Roberto Gatto.
Recorded at Rambler Studios, Rome, Italy on November 28, 1996.
Personnel: Maurizio Giammarco (soprano & tenor saxophones); Art Lande (piano); Piero Leveratto (bass); Roberto Gatto (drums).
Personnel: Maurizio Giammarco (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone).
Recording information: Rambler Studios, Rome, Italy (11/28/1996).
(2-CD set) This collection presents the best of Centazzo's early music recorded either in the studio or live as a solo artist or in cooperation with other musicians. Here you can easily track his transition from a solo compositional stage (CD 1: 1972-197
Recording information: ICTUS Studio, Moruzzo, Italy (1970-1975); Milan, Italy (1970-1975); Moruzzo, Italy (1970-1975); Rome, Italy (1970-1975); ...
At Jazzfest Berlin In 1984, Peter Br?tzmann Convened A Once-In-A-Lifetime Ensemble, Aiming To Put A Spotlight On The Clarinet. The Six (!) Hand-Picked Clarinetists - Not All Of Them Always Thought Of As Clarinetists - Constitute One Of The Great "Strange Bedfellows" Groupings Of All ...
Phil Woods has recorded with many different musicians for the Philology label, but this meeting with the Big Bang Orchestra, led by Mario Raja, had to overcome the lack of suitable studios to come to fruition, finally ending up in an empty disco that was ...
Recorded at Piccolo Teatro - Teatro Studio De Milan, Italy on March 11, 2001 and January 20, 2002.
Personnel: Riccardo Bianchi, Franco Cerri (guitar); Paolo Damiani (cello); Gianni Bedorri, Giulio Visibelli (flute, clarinet, saxophone); Michela Calabrese (flute); Andrea Ferrario, Emiliano Vernizzi, Rudi Manzoli, Cesare Ceo, Francesco ...
Maurizio Giammarco Songs
Popular or famous Maurizio Giammarco music songs: Lover Man, French Love, Chickens, Lover, Mas' Traces, Urgency, Inside News, Youngsters, Lies, End Of A Love Affair. More music songs Kintamani, Spin, E Se Domani, I Love You, This Love Is Mine, Stella by Starlight, Old Man Blues, Mandrugada, Milano Nights. More music songs Sweet You.