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Daniele Bazzani 2006

by Daniele Bazzani

Solo acoustic fingerstyle guitar. One man on stage.
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Close To The Heart
2:23 $0.99
2. Just A Second
3:13 $0.99
3. Inverno A Marcelji
3:43 $0.99
4. La Ninna Nanna Del Cammello
4:14 $0.99
5. Van Duser's Crawl
3:13 $0.99
6. Five Small Themes
2:27 $0.99
7. HCB (3 Agosto 2004)
3:08 $0.99
8. Futre & Noa
3:20 $0.99
9. The Baby
3:20 $0.99
10. Ma Che Freddo Fa
4:38 $0.99
11. If Graham Met Leo
3:40 $0.99
12. Goldfingers (For Tommy, C.G.P.)
2:00 $0.99
13. Midnite Chile
3:38 $0.99
14. Quando Scende La Sera
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Album Notes
"Best unknown players out there? There's a guy in Italy, called Daniele Bazzani, who plays well, really well".
Tommy Emmanuel, C.G.P.


Italian musician who lives in Rome, Italy.

Played electric guitar with an italian rock band in the 90’s, released a Cd and toured Italy for several years playing something like a thousand gigs.
Switched to acoustic guitar at the end of the 90’s and since then performed in Usa, France, Croatia, Uk and Wales, Greece, The Netherlands, Germany, Hungary.

In 2003 released his first solo acoustic guitar work, "Truss Roads"; February 2006 saw the release of his second solo album, titled "Daniele Bazzani".

First and only italian player on Martin Guitars official website (under Famous Martin Owners), he endorses Elixir strings and SR Technologies amps.

He is also a journalist for both the most important italian guitar magazine and website, Chitarre and Accordo, and is one of the authors of the Enciclopedia of Guitars and Great Guitarists and of the book on Jimi Hendrix "Angels and Guitars".

Read the online interview made by Stephen Rekas for Mel Bay's Artist Interview series.



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Daniele performs completely alone except...
"Daniele Bazzani" is the second solo album for the italian fingerstylist after "Truss Roads", the well received debut CD released in 2003. Both CD's were produced by the independent label www.fingerpicking.net. There are 14 tracks of which 12 are originals. One is co-written with singer Gina Fabiani and one is a cover of an italian song from the sixties. Daniele performs completely alone except for the last track, sung by Gina, and for "The Baby" that includes the viola of Silvia Battisti D'Amaro. Daniele plays with and without a thumbpick in standard and open tunings.
Paul Kucharski

Minor 7th Webzine

Italy has produced several excellent solo fingerstyle guitarists over the past couple years who have become well known in the international guitar community -- Franco Morone and Peppino D'Agostino are two who come quickly to mind. These players carry with them an intrinsic melodic power, even when someone like D'Agostino bangs away on his six string. On his website, none other than fingerstyle maestro Tommy Emmanuel tells us Bazzani "plays well, really well." This collection of 14 solo pieces (with singing accompaniment on the last track by Gina Fabiani, and Silvia Battisti D'Amario adding lovely viola on "The Baby") evidences various textures to Bazzani's playing, and it's a fine introduction to audiences outside Italy. Some tunes are sparse and simple in arrangement, yet strong in melody, like the melancholic "Close to the Heart", the CD's opening track; "Five Small Themes", and "La Ninna Nanna del Cannello". Bazzani lays aside the steel string in favor of nylon on the rag "Van Duser's Crawl," an homage to Guy Van Duser, and on the haunting "The Baby." Bazzani plays it thumb-hot on "Goldfingers (for Tommy c.g.p)", obviously channeling one of his heroes, and doing a pretty good job of imitation. "Inverno a Martelji" syncopates a slapped rhythm while picking out a clear melody. The playing throughout the CD is bright, clean, and with a firm sense of direction. I think I agree with Mr. Emmanuel -- Daniele Bazzani plays very well indeed.

Ed Clark, Ed Clark Guitars, Inc.

It is the perfect follow up to his Truss Road's album. I am always of the impression that we are just getting the "tip of the iceberg"—that there is more of him to come. I am quite convinced that if anyone could fill the loss of Marcel Dadi... it would be Mr. Bazzani... and it would be wonderful to see him perform in New York!