Giulio Risi | Deep down where the heart beats no more

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Deep down where the heart beats no more

by Giulio Risi

An ideal journey around the world with the piano as a travel companion. Each track explores a country. African, Flamenco, Funk , Samba, Piano&Orchestra, Bolero, New Age, Be Bop, Jazz Gospel and Piano solo. A masterpiece played with top session players
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. Aria
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2. Walking At The Alhambra
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3. Pay Me Peanuts (But Let Me Play)
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4. Deep Down Where The Heart Beats No More
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5. Song For Carmelo Bene
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6. Passati Presenti
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7. Calipsocongo
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8. Piano & Bit / Il Cuore E Il Fiore
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9. Just To Let You Know
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10. La Fata
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11. Scala Dal Paradiso In Giù (song For Dad)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Multi-instrumentalist, Giulio Risi has spent the last ten years in London working between Latin Jazz and Progressive Rock. Here he signs his second album, a work completely open to World Jazz. Eleven tunes played with different bands and worldwide known session musicians who absorb folkloric influences and spins of modernism to recreate a catchy sound, rich of variety and shapes."
G.M for “Musica Jazz”
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"Translate words into music notes, or translate notes into words, a similar operation for Giulio Risi, so that we would be tempted to speak about his Cd booklet as well as his tunes. Music beyond the music, pictures with big stains of shadows, nocturnal, sudden lightning like inner leap ups. Giulio Risi's Cd is a piece of art that ignores rests..that will stay with you..even when music is over...."

Fabrizio Ciccarelli "Jazzitalia" Magazine

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"It's with deep satisfaction that I'm discovering a rebirth in Italian Jazz and I can tell you that next "Cd of the week" shall be Giulio Risi's "Deep down where the heart beats no more". One of the most magnificent Cd's to have ever arrived at our radio station. The beauty of some tunes sent shivers down my spine. An explosive blend of music genres that can be accomplished only by a great artist."

"Vinilemania" Radio

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"Deep down where the heart beats no more" in an album that presents an attitude to move towards opposite directions, the research of many solutions to give birth to different episodes, in which Giulio Risi confronts with the giants of the past without fear.

Fabio Ciminiera for "Jazz Conventions"

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"Giulio is a really multifaceted artist who nourishes his intellectual curiosity by producing not only music, but literature and poetry as well. As he himself says "Deep down where the heart beats no more" is a Cd I conceived as a virtual journey around the world".

The stylistic integrity is guaranteed by the huge mastery with which Giulio Risi moves in the meanders of his compositions, and this is an absolute beacon of the integrity and seriousness of his technical and cultural preparation.

Piero Quarta for "Prove Aperte"

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"Giulio constructs works of taste and sophistication that keep confirming him as an artist of stature."

Keith Ames for "Musician"

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"Listening to Giulio's music is a dreamy journey around the world. Countries pass before your very eyes as you hear the gorgeous blend of Spanish music with Be Bop going through Latin, African, Funk and Classical Music. Splendid"

Letizia Pozzo for "Viva Verdi"

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"Giulio has been able to pleasurably surprise me and I assure you that, daily receiving a massive amount of Cds to review from Italy and abroad, it's now rather difficult to surprise me and give me the impression of listening to something new, something different from the usual

"Deep down where the heart beats no more" is a project whose tunes are never the same to each other and are able to renew the pleasure of the listening, with the gentleness of a beautiful soul like - I'm certain - the one he has."

Bruno Pollacci for "Anima Jazz"

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Featuring:

Sax: Gilad Atzmon (Peter Gabriel, Paul Mc Cartney, Robbie Williams, The Blockheads)

Bass: Henry Thomas ( Alan Holdsworth, Sarah Jane Morris, Paul Weller, Hot Chocolate )

Rap: B. Atwell (Oasis, Alabama 3, Errol Thompson)

Ac. Guitar: Rocco Zifarelli (Ennio Morricone, Giorgia, Ivano Fossati)

Drums: Koby Israelite (John Zorn )

Drums: Asaf Sirkis (Chick Corea, Tim Garland)

Double Bass: Nick Haward (Julian Jospeh., Huw Warren)

El.Guitar : Antonio Onorato (Pino Daniele, Toninho Horta)

Cello: Pierluigi Marotta (Ennio Morricone Orchestra)


......and many others .......


Mixed By Martin Keating (Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, John Williams, Rod Stewart, Paco Pena)

Mastered By Chris Martin (Brand new Heavies / Jamiroquai)

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Notes from Giulio :

This Cd is the result of a long and deeply needed period of loneliness. Sabbatical years spent trying to shed a light upon my very inner self, on what I am or I believe myself to be. A long and phase of time during which I fought and defeated many of my fears.

I playfully consider it to be something like a "Degree in Anthropological/Musical subjects," as it is the product of so many years of hard work and research. Research of how music can influence, mislead, exalt, dishearten or galvanize the life of a man.

The tunes contained in the album are mere attempts to break free from all those voices, melodies, harmonies that have crossed myself for years. I am firmly convinced that anything we create, we do it to simply satisfy the primary urgency to free ourselves from it, to get rid of it, to finally eradicate it from our mind so that it won't torment us anymore.

I try to give to words or musical notes - that for me are the same thing - not more importance than they indeed deserve, the same one they have in dreams.


Deep down where the heart beats no more contains a wide number of music styles: From melancholic Bolero ballads to fast Flamenco rhythms, then Funk, Swing, Samba, Calypso, Mediterranean Jazz. It also contains a symphonic tune accompanying a voice reading poetry.

“Too wide”, some may say…I can only answer what I have already written in the biography section of this website: there is not such a thing as a music style; there’s a thing called music. And the music I present is a mix that belongs to several parts of the world, rhythms of many hearts of modern and ancient civilizations.

In times of racial persecutions and wall constructions creating state borders, in times of international terrorism, of holy wars, i believe important to state that no thing is ever “too wide”, that we all share part of everyone else’s world.

Music is a thin line that borders the difference between us and the universe...

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CD MUSICIANS :


Acoustic Piano, Keyboards, Hammond Organ, Fender Rhodes & Samples

Giulio Risi

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Drums

Asaf Sirkis
Koby Israelite
Nick Marangoni

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Double Bass Nick Harvard

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Fretless Bass Silvio Galasso

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Electric & Fretless Bass Henry Thomas

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Acoustic Guitar

Gael Bilger
Kevin Briggs
Antonio Onorato
Rocco Zifarelli

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Electric Guitar

Antonio Onorato
Nico Sabatini

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Flamenco Guitar, Palmas & Cajon Andreas Borg

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Ukulele Cousin Alice

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Tenor, Alto & Soprano Saxes Gilad Atzmon

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Trumpet Nathan Mansfield

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Violin & Viola Roberto Casaburi

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Violoncello Pierluigi Marotta

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Rap Voice B. Atwell










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Lorna Le Bredonchel

Song for Carmelo Bene
A poetry of sound that stitches between the sheets of both lost and found selves...achingly beautiful.
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Pietro Carbognani by RadioVinilemania

CD strepitoso
Un progetto musicale innovativo ed originale che regala emozioni. Penso sia il più bel complimento che si possa fare ad un artista :)

Bravo Giulio!!

VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!
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Annie Langford

The new kid on the block
A Cd full of little miracles ;-) This guy is the new kid on the block
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Charles Whittiker

A piano player beyond...
I bought this album as the reviews i had read made me curious . I gotta say, it was a good purchase. Great piano playing, each track a portal to a spectacular beyond...compliments
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Jack Ford

Great stuff
Cool, smart, tender to the bone
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Anabel Knight

Bloddy great ;-)
Giulio Risi has managed to get blood out of a stone!
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Eddy Borne

A rainbow at midnight...
A rainbow at midnight...no other words can be found....
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Laura penning

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Heart bleeding brilliance
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Robin Bazen

Class in music..
"Pure hot class!"
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Massivo Riva

Classe allo stato puro !
Un musicista a 360 gradi. Il cd è assolutamente innovativo ed i commenti che ho letto sul suo sito sono pienamente condivisibili (specialmente quello di Giovanni Allevi e Walter Veltroni). Giulio hai un nuovo fan...
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