Agustin Strizzi | Agustin Strizzi & Pornogroove, Vol. 1

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Agustin Strizzi & Pornogroove, Vol. 1

by Agustin Strizzi

Imagine you could shrink yourself to fit in an old clock and see the precise mechanism at work. Pornogroove is a similar experience: a perfectly tuned system that sucks you in with shameless grooves, chews you up and spits you out again!
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Flor
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2. Harina
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3. Knutschfleck
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4. Figuritas
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5. Ambulancia
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The main concept of the album is a journey through rhythm, where each musician plays his role with a high degree of authenticity and beauty.

This music was written between Buenos Aires and Berlin ... and each song is related to a story ... an anecdote or even an image.

* Flor, I wrote this melody imagining that a Flower could dance to it.
* Harina, It's Sunday morning ... the sun shines through the window ... The coffee is freshly made and the bread has just come out of the oven ... and your partner smiles at you.
* Knutschfleck, is the translation into German of passion mark ... and all the naughtiness that implies.
* Figuritas, just like when we were children and exchanged figurines, this song was born of the curiosity of exchanging the sound colors of different musical scales.
* Ambulance, it's a musical joke! ... An exercise of imagination dedicated to the siren of Berlin ambulances.

I had the honor of making this record with - not only - excellent musicians and artists, but also incredible people.

Birgitta Flick plays the tenor saxophone and has the ability to transform everything she touches into music.
Nico Lohmann plays the soprano saxophone and everything he plays, he does it with an enormous sense of responsibility and commitment.
Thibault Falk plays the piano and the Fender Rhodes and has a great sense of beauty.
Martin Lillich plays his Bassello and for me, represents the fatherly voice of the experience.

Volker Greve in his Greve Studio, is the master behind the sound of this recording.

Meri Ortiz, Andrés Cordova and Cristóbal Rey, are responsable for the exquisite Video, Design and Photography of this project.

I´d also like to thank Swantje Buddensiek, for her patience writing the Texts, Natalia Arbelo for the Web Design and Joe Weinberg and his great "Camera Eye".

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