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    Tracklist:
    1. A New Joy (feat. Greta Panettieri)
    2. All I Have to Say (feat. Greta Panettieri & Ainè)
    3. As You Belong to Me (feat. Mia Cooper)
    4. Available for Wedding (feat. Nat Brown & the Gentle Giant Music Choir)
    5. Ben Is in the House (feat. Ben Sidran & Ricky Peterson)
    6. Brother Max (feat. Max Ionata)
    7. Daddy’s Riff
    8. Diamonds (feat. Alfonso Deidda)
    9. Give Me Your Hands (feat. Dario Deidda)
    10. Go On (feat. Greta Panettieri & Ainé)
    11. Groovin’ in the Shade of Night (feat. Julian Oliver Mazzariello, Pati Palma & Frankie Lo Vecchio)
    12. Hey, Rookie! (feat. Dario Deidda & Julian Oliver Mazzariello)
    13. I…(Wanna Get Happy!)
    14. Jam in the Night (feat. Amedeo Ariano, Max Ionata, Alfonso Deidda & Dario Deidda)
    15. JoJo Step
    16. Last Goodbye (feat. Greta Panettieri & Ainé)
    17. Let the Children (feat. Ben Sidran) [Unicef Project SoundzForChildren]
    18. Med. In the Head (feat. Stefano Di Battista, Giovanni Imparato & Paul Peterson) [La Situazione Radio Edit]
    19. Mia’s Blues (feat. Mia Cooper)
    20. Mother Tongue (feat. Ben Sidran, Bob Malach & Paul Peterson) [La Situazione Radio Edit]
    21. Musica, Tragos y a Sonreir (feat. Alvaro Hugo Martinez & Marco Rinalduzzi)
    22. Nero vero
    23. Next (feat. Alan Hampton)
    24. Next (feat. Alan Hampton) [Radio Edit]
    25. Say No (Intro)
    26. Say No
    27. Say No (Outro)
    28. Small Blues
    29. So Cool
    30. The Great C.T. (Dedicated to Clark Terry)
    31. The Green Doctor
    32. The Groove Master Shuffle
    33. The Thing and the Thang
    34. Virando (feat. Stefano Di Battista, Irio De Paula, Giovanni Imparato & Dario Deidda)
    35. We Couldn’t Be Happier

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    Giulio ragged is a guitarist among the most esteemed in the field not only national. He has a long and valuable career both as a composer-instrumentalist and as a teacher, having been a teacher in jazz guitar lessons, improvisation and jazz band for the past twenty-six years as part of Siena Jazz. Now he comes back with a new album and a brand new trio composed by Marco Bendetti on double bass (23) and Giovanni Paolo Liguori on drums (24). The CD, recorded for the German label Sevenus, contains seven tracks all composed of Stracciati which confirms its compositional qualities. The songs of Giulio are all enjoyable, marked by a certain cantabile that never expires in the banal and that anchored to a certain vision portion idle words far from experimentalism at all costs, no neglect experiences, “the enrichments that – says the same Ragged – come from the various collaborations and plays of other artists “(emblematic about” Coriandolando “). So, in essence, these compositions represent the artist’s world so appearing is experienced and perceived in this historical reminder. A world that is always linked to the Mediterranean sounds but this time Stracciati wanted to bring back to a wider context by using separate timbres and sounds, ECM style just to be clear. Obviously the goodness of the thematic material would not be enough to produce a good album, it takes more. And this other, in the case in question, is made chiefly by the guitarist knowledge part drive wheel and the skill of his companions on the street, second by the excellent understanding between the three that appears astonishing where you keep in mind that the three sound together for less than a year. So the music flows smoothly with Stracciati throughout in the first pianettes but with plenty of space left to his collaborators (you can hear, for example, the excellent bass solo in the opening piece “End of spring” and the drum in “Rabdomant “).

    1999 release. In 1998, to proof the tenth centenary of the demise of Chet Baker, Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, stimulated and stay by the informer Mario Guidi, suppose the project (which took plan in 1999) of a series of concerts dedicated to Chet Baker. The tax to the great trumpet gambler marked the re-appointment of an feeling, glacé in those excellent ’50s, the yonks of troubled teenager of Baker, to which most of the songs can be track back. Following the highly auspicious turn, this CD was quit, featuring the quintet of Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, Stefano Bollani (piano), Enzo Pietropaoli (bass), and Roberto Gatto (drums).

    Giulio ragged is a guitarist among the most esteemed in the field not only national. He has a long and valuable career both as a composer-instrumentalist and as a teacher, having been a teacher in jazz guitar lessons, improvisation and jazz band for the past twenty-six years as part of Siena Jazz. Now he comes back with a new album and a brand new trio composed by Marco Bendetti on double bass (23) and Giovanni Paolo Liguori on drums (24). The CD, recorded for the German label Sevenus, contains seven tracks all composed of Stracciati which confirms its compositional qualities. The songs of Giulio are all enjoyable, marked by a certain cantabile that never expires in the banal and that anchored to a certain vision portion idle words far from experimentalism at all costs, no neglect experiences, “the enrichments that – says the same Ragged – come from the various collaborations and plays of other artists “(emblematic about” Coriandolando “). So, in essence, these compositions represent the artist’s world so appearing is experienced and perceived in this historical reminder. A world that is always linked to the Mediterranean sounds but this time Stracciati wanted to bring back to a wider context by using separate timbres and sounds, ECM style just to be clear. Obviously the goodness of the thematic material would not be enough to produce a good album, it takes more. And this other, in the case in question, is made chiefly by the guitarist knowledge part drive wheel and the skill of his companions on the street, second by the excellent understanding between the three that appears astonishing where you keep in mind that the three sound together for less than a year. So the music flows smoothly with Stracciati throughout in the first pianettes but with plenty of space left to his collaborators (you can hear, for example, the excellent bass solo in the opening piece “End of spring” and the drum in “Rabdomant “).

    “I did not scarceness to syn in a didactic text-book. I preferred to imagine how surreal course but imaginative, mild, efficacious in its simplicity. A male horoscope and the other female, by countenance and positive trait. Suspended between bespangle and bubbles to which every lass could feel confine with the scheme to parasite, dance, move finisher to each other in the gesture of a fondle”. The video runs faster, attention to details in digital 3D earnestness pop pen. The somnial world in which the two reputation play consist in of flowing article such as pillows, opposed circumvolant light as balloons, froth that candid, bringing a messenger of hope and approachability to the other. “Let the Children” – FunSlowRide & GeGéTelesforo for UNICEF

    Giulio ragged is a guitarist among the most esteemed in the field not only national. He has a long and valuable career both as a composer-instrumentalist and as a teacher, having been a teacher in jazz guitar lessons, improvisation and jazz band for the past twenty-six years as part of Siena Jazz. Now he comes back with a new album and a brand new trio composed by Marco Bendetti on double bass (23) and Giovanni Paolo Liguori on drums (24). The CD, recorded for the German label Sevenus, contains seven tracks all composed of Stracciati which confirms its compositional qualities. The songs of Giulio are all enjoyable, marked by a certain cantabile that never expires in the banal and that anchored to a certain vision portion idle words far from experimentalism at all costs, no neglect experiences, “the enrichments that – says the same Ragged – come from the various collaborations and plays of other artists “(emblematic about” Coriandolando “). So, in essence, these compositions represent the artist’s world so appearing is experienced and perceived in this historical reminder. A world that is always linked to the Mediterranean sounds but this time Stracciati wanted to bring back to a wider context by using separate timbres and sounds, ECM style just to be clear. Obviously the goodness of the thematic material would not be enough to produce a good album, it takes more. And this other, in the case in question, is made chiefly by the guitarist knowledge part drive wheel and the skill of his companions on the street, second by the excellent understanding between the three that appears astonishing where you keep in mind that the three sound together for less than a year. So the music flows smoothly with Stracciati throughout in the first pianettes but with plenty of space left to his collaborators (you can hear, for example, the excellent bass solo in the opening piece “End of spring” and the drum in “Rabdomant “).

    1999 release. In 1998, to proof the tenth centenary of the demise of Chet Baker, Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, stimulated and stay by the informer Mario Guidi, suppose the project (which took plan in 1999) of a series of concerts dedicated to Chet Baker. The tax to the great trumpet gambler marked the re-appointment of an feeling, glacé in those excellent ’50s, the yonks of troubled teenager of Baker, to which most of the songs can be track back. Following the highly auspicious turn, this CD was quit, featuring the quintet of Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, Stefano Bollani (piano), Enzo Pietropaoli (bass), and Roberto Gatto (drums).

    1999 release. In 1998, to proof the tenth centenary of the demise of Chet Baker, Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, stimulated and stay by the informer Mario Guidi, suppose the project (which took plan in 1999) of a series of concerts dedicated to Chet Baker. The tax to the great trumpet gambler marked the re-appointment of an feeling, glacé in those excellent ’50s, the yonks of troubled teenager of Baker, to which most of the songs can be track back. Following the highly auspicious turn, this CD was quit, featuring the quintet of Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, Stefano Bollani (piano), Enzo Pietropaoli (bass), and Roberto Gatto (drums).

    Sensitive, discreet, reciprocal, Elisabetta Serio infuse in her descant a plait aesthetics alchemy: in her pianism melds, with a moderated balance, an mournful lyricism to a light rhythmic ruffled. Sedici (“16”), emended by Via Veneto Jazz, conclude in its epithet a lucky and costly numerology to the Neapolitan pianist. In her new work, Elisabetta gives her listeners a new prospective and with the trio piano formula trial, and proposes nine primitive tow in a wind essential led by a delay, poetic, and somniative-similar atmosphere in which she does not dishonor any umpire to neither the “masters”, nor the world icons of contemporary music. Elisabetta’s compositional spirit and pianistic dictionary are refined by the empathetic groove of Marco de Tilla’s coupled bass and Leonardo de Lorenzo’s striking drumming. They are both cheerful with a mutualistic generate Pancratium which heterogeneous simultaneously, an squint deduction and a vulgar feeling of splanchnic elasticity. Sarah Jane Morris’s judgment in the mankind formula of “Afrika”, Fulvio Sigurtà’s toot playing a elegant carillon in “Il Cielo Sotto Di Me”, and Jerry Popolo’s stamp saxophone playing in a funky custom “Rumors”, improve the trio chromatic table. This gives an new value to the reflect, which has an enchanting Mediterranean kernel and synthesis of the manifold and gratifying experience lived by the chief (above all Mr. P) dedicated to her mentor and boyfriend Pino Daniele.

    1999 release. In 1998, to proof the tenth centenary of the demise of Chet Baker, Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, stimulated and stay by the informer Mario Guidi, suppose the project (which took plan in 1999) of a series of concerts dedicated to Chet Baker. The tax to the great trumpet gambler marked the re-appointment of an feeling, glacé in those excellent ’50s, the yonks of troubled teenager of Baker, to which most of the songs can be track back. Following the highly auspicious turn, this CD was quit, featuring the quintet of Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, Stefano Bollani (piano), Enzo Pietropaoli (bass), and Roberto Gatto (drums).

    “I journey to New York to examine for wind, but there was none.” It is 1982, and a undeveloped Massimo Nunzi is placed in a metropolitan musically very separate from what he expected. Who could devise that then the seeds were planted for the Orchestra Operaia in New York some 35 years past? To Nunzi, it was a melodious and cultural shock, resulting at first in a sense of displacement that in era was followed by overbearing, creative opportunities. The artful sensibility of Nunzi absorbed those stimuli and enter to uncover a unaccustomed judgment of music, in which definitions in general enumerate for very little. “I owe much to Hal Willner, who in 1981 disengage an album dedicated to(predicate) to Nino Rota putting together cradle musicians and nothingness without any prejudice. He was flanked in his composition coolly by Bill Frisell and Robbie Robertson, Diamanda Galas and Wynton Marsalis, Iggy Pop and Elvis Costello.” Taking breath from Gil Evans and Frank Zappa, their stylistic freedom planted a flag in him, and Nunzi perfected his art extend, guile Orchestra Operaia with much care and filling it with positive vigor. “I seek full, not empty. The suspended atmospheres choose structure, frenzied employment on composition and arrangement. Music of this kind has never been gratification by idle words musicians, and in fact it comes from my exceedingly altered drill. It is a true meditation of my artistic vivacity.” This let go form collaboration from the Lone Arrangers, four undeveloped musicians who could shape the Orchestra as they please, under the watchful eye of Nunzi. “The repertoire forged the Orchestra sound and it is merged within the disc that was composed mostly by me, but in this imaginative pilgrimage in my memory there were lost pieces that have illuminate me.” Here and there emerge the graceful precept of Petra Gizzards and Chiara Morucci, to further bedeck the statement of the album, and one must not forget the voice of the undeveloped Marta Colombo. A absorbing progress, which is dedicated to Laurie Anderson with a considerate nod to the “Six Memos” of Italo Calvino.

    “I did not scarceness to syn in a didactic text-book. I preferred to imagine how surreal course but imaginative, mild, efficacious in its simplicity. A male horoscope and the other female, by countenance and positive trait. Suspended between bespangle and bubbles to which every lass could feel confine with the scheme to parasite, dance, move finisher to each other in the gesture of a fondle”. The video runs faster, attention to details in digital 3D earnestness pop pen. The somnial world in which the two reputation play consist in of flowing article such as pillows, opposed circumvolant light as balloons, froth that candid, bringing a messenger of hope and approachability to the other. “Let the Children” – FunSlowRide & GeGéTelesforo for UNICEF

    Giulio ragged is a guitarist among the most esteemed in the field not only national. He has a long and valuable career both as a composer-instrumentalist and as a teacher, having been a teacher in jazz guitar lessons, improvisation and jazz band for the past twenty-six years as part of Siena Jazz. Now he comes back with a new album and a brand new trio composed by Marco Bendetti on double bass (23) and Giovanni Paolo Liguori on drums (24). The CD, recorded for the German label Sevenus, contains seven tracks all composed of Stracciati which confirms its compositional qualities. The songs of Giulio are all enjoyable, marked by a certain cantabile that never expires in the banal and that anchored to a certain vision portion idle words far from experimentalism at all costs, no neglect experiences, “the enrichments that – says the same Ragged – come from the various collaborations and plays of other artists “(emblematic about” Coriandolando “). So, in essence, these compositions represent the artist’s world so appearing is experienced and perceived in this historical reminder. A world that is always linked to the Mediterranean sounds but this time Stracciati wanted to bring back to a wider context by using separate timbres and sounds, ECM style just to be clear. Obviously the goodness of the thematic material would not be enough to produce a good album, it takes more. And this other, in the case in question, is made chiefly by the guitarist knowledge part drive wheel and the skill of his companions on the street, second by the excellent understanding between the three that appears astonishing where you keep in mind that the three sound together for less than a year. So the music flows smoothly with Stracciati throughout in the first pianettes but with plenty of space left to his collaborators (you can hear, for example, the excellent bass solo in the opening piece “End of spring” and the drum in “Rabdomant “).

    1999 release. In 1998, to proof the tenth centenary of the demise of Chet Baker, Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, stimulated and stay by the informer Mario Guidi, suppose the project (which took plan in 1999) of a series of concerts dedicated to Chet Baker. The tax to the great trumpet gambler marked the re-appointment of an feeling, glacé in those excellent ’50s, the yonks of troubled teenager of Baker, to which most of the songs can be track back. Following the highly auspicious turn, this CD was quit, featuring the quintet of Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, Stefano Bollani (piano), Enzo Pietropaoli (bass), and Roberto Gatto (drums).

    “I did not scarceness to syn in a didactic text-book. I preferred to imagine how surreal course but imaginative, mild, efficacious in its simplicity. A male horoscope and the other female, by countenance and positive trait. Suspended between bespangle and bubbles to which every lass could feel confine with the scheme to parasite, dance, move finisher to each other in the gesture of a fondle”. The video runs faster, attention to details in digital 3D earnestness pop pen. The somnial world in which the two reputation play consist in of flowing article such as pillows, opposed circumvolant light as balloons, froth that candid, bringing a messenger of hope and approachability to the other. “Let the Children” – FunSlowRide & GeGéTelesforo for UNICEF

    1999 release. In 1998, to proof the tenth centenary of the demise of Chet Baker, Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, stimulated and stay by the informer Mario Guidi, suppose the project (which took plan in 1999) of a series of concerts dedicated to Chet Baker. The tax to the great trumpet gambler marked the re-appointment of an feeling, glacé in those excellent ’50s, the yonks of troubled teenager of Baker, to which most of the songs can be track back. Following the highly auspicious turn, this CD was quit, featuring the quintet of Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, Stefano Bollani (piano), Enzo Pietropaoli (bass), and Roberto Gatto (drums).

    “I did not scarceness to syn in a didactic text-book. I preferred to imagine how surreal course but imaginative, mild, efficacious in its simplicity. A male horoscope and the other female, by countenance and positive trait. Suspended between bespangle and bubbles to which every lass could feel confine with the scheme to parasite, dance, move finisher to each other in the gesture of a fondle”. The video runs faster, attention to details in digital 3D earnestness pop pen. The somnial world in which the two reputation play consist in of flowing article such as pillows, opposed circumvolant light as balloons, froth that candid, bringing a messenger of hope and approachability to the other. “Let the Children” – FunSlowRide & GeGéTelesforo for UNICEF

    Giulio ragged is a guitarist among the most esteemed in the field not only national. He has a long and valuable career both as a composer-instrumentalist and as a teacher, having been a teacher in jazz guitar lessons, improvisation and jazz band for the past twenty-six years as part of Siena Jazz. Now he comes back with a new album and a brand new trio composed by Marco Bendetti on double bass (23) and Giovanni Paolo Liguori on drums (24). The CD, recorded for the German label Sevenus, contains seven tracks all composed of Stracciati which confirms its compositional qualities. The songs of Giulio are all enjoyable, marked by a certain cantabile that never expires in the banal and that anchored to a certain vision portion idle words far from experimentalism at all costs, no neglect experiences, “the enrichments that – says the same Ragged – come from the various collaborations and plays of other artists “(emblematic about” Coriandolando “). So, in essence, these compositions represent the artist’s world so appearing is experienced and perceived in this historical reminder. A world that is always linked to the Mediterranean sounds but this time Stracciati wanted to bring back to a wider context by using separate timbres and sounds, ECM style just to be clear. Obviously the goodness of the thematic material would not be enough to produce a good album, it takes more. And this other, in the case in question, is made chiefly by the guitarist knowledge part drive wheel and the skill of his companions on the street, second by the excellent understanding between the three that appears astonishing where you keep in mind that the three sound together for less than a year. So the music flows smoothly with Stracciati throughout in the first pianettes but with plenty of space left to his collaborators (you can hear, for example, the excellent bass solo in the opening piece “End of spring” and the drum in “Rabdomant “).

    1999 release. In 1998, to proof the tenth centenary of the demise of Chet Baker, Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, stimulated and stay by the informer Mario Guidi, suppose the project (which took plan in 1999) of a series of concerts dedicated to Chet Baker. The tax to the great trumpet gambler marked the re-appointment of an feeling, glacé in those excellent ’50s, the yonks of troubled teenager of Baker, to which most of the songs can be track back. Following the highly auspicious turn, this CD was quit, featuring the quintet of Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, Stefano Bollani (piano), Enzo Pietropaoli (bass), and Roberto Gatto (drums).

    “I journey to New York to examine for wind, but there was none.” It is 1982, and a undeveloped Massimo Nunzi is placed in a metropolitan musically very separate from what he expected. Who could devise that then the seeds were planted for the Orchestra Operaia in New York some 35 years past? To Nunzi, it was a melodious and cultural shock, resulting at first in a sense of displacement that in era was followed by overbearing, creative opportunities. The artful sensibility of Nunzi absorbed those stimuli and enter to uncover a unaccustomed judgment of music, in which definitions in general enumerate for very little. “I owe much to Hal Willner, who in 1981 disengage an album dedicated to(predicate) to Nino Rota putting together cradle musicians and nothingness without any prejudice. He was flanked in his composition coolly by Bill Frisell and Robbie Robertson, Diamanda Galas and Wynton Marsalis, Iggy Pop and Elvis Costello.” Taking breath from Gil Evans and Frank Zappa, their stylistic freedom planted a flag in him, and Nunzi perfected his art extend, guile Orchestra Operaia with much care and filling it with positive vigor. “I seek full, not empty. The suspended atmospheres choose structure, frenzied employment on composition and arrangement. Music of this kind has never been gratification by idle words musicians, and in fact it comes from my exceedingly altered drill. It is a true meditation of my artistic vivacity.” This let go form collaboration from the Lone Arrangers, four undeveloped musicians who could shape the Orchestra as they please, under the watchful eye of Nunzi. “The repertoire forged the Orchestra sound and it is merged within the disc that was composed mostly by me, but in this imaginative pilgrimage in my memory there were lost pieces that have illuminate me.” Here and there emerge the graceful precept of Petra Gizzards and Chiara Morucci, to further bedeck the statement of the album, and one must not forget the voice of the undeveloped Marta Colombo. A absorbing progress, which is dedicated to Laurie Anderson with a considerate nod to the “Six Memos” of Italo Calvino.

    1999 release. In 1998, to proof the tenth centenary of the demise of Chet Baker, Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, stimulated and stay by the informer Mario Guidi, suppose the project (which took plan in 1999) of a series of concerts dedicated to Chet Baker. The tax to the great trumpet gambler marked the re-appointment of an feeling, glacé in those excellent ’50s, the yonks of troubled teenager of Baker, to which most of the songs can be track back. Following the highly auspicious turn, this CD was quit, featuring the quintet of Enrico Rava and Paolo Fresu, Stefano Bollani (piano), Enzo Pietropaoli (bass), and Roberto Gatto (drums).

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