Claudio Signorile | A Song 4 Each Day.....

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A Song 4 Each Day.....

by Claudio Signorile

I have been working on my Debut E.P. from January 2007 to December 2010, taking care of every detail useful to my intention to write songs, leaving to my Bass guitar the main role... the role of being the voice of these seven tracks...
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Inspiration
5:03 $0.75
2. Clenching
4:50 $0.90
3. Melodic Bass Solo
4:01 $0.90
4. Bora
4:25 $0.90
5. Interlude
1:23 $0.90
6. A Song 4 Each Day...
3:36 $0.90
7. Dark Rain
3:36 $0.90
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Album Notes
I began playing the electric bass at the age of 17. First as a self-taught, and then following different courses, clinics and events dedicated to the electric bass in various parts of Italy. Over the years I have conducted theoretical studies on harmony and reading, and specialized in modern techniques like slap and tapping. In addition to having played in many local bands... The constant study of my instrument has led me to be one of the finalist in the prestigious competition for young bass players in 2008, that takes place annually during the "EuroBassday", international event held in Verona where have performed high level artists such as Michael Manring, Marcus Miller, Stuart Hamm, Jimmy Haslip etc.
Since ever, musicians who mostly have always fascinated and influenced me, were the ones, I believe, that tried to go beyond... out of the ordinary: when I heard "A physical presence" by Level 42 with Mark King on the bass, I was struck, and it was in 1985 when King was playing in that awesome way! Then, when I bought my first record of Miller, "The sun don't lie"... idem! Over the years, I listened to the various Wooten, Manring, Caron, of course going to Pastorious, Clarke and many others that would take too long to cite all. Obviously, I started with the “easiest” bass players, but then, naturally I was directed to the more 'complex and ingenious’ ones, trying to study and understand them, and when possible, see their live performance. Actually, in my opinion, if you want to learn how to play any instrument, there is an essential secret, “the listening skill” which I think, is the best lesson you can have, whatever instrument you play... whatever kind of music you prefer. This of course, is regarded to the technical/practical aspect. If we refer to the ability to create a song or a beautiful and pleasant arrangement...well... no one or almost will help you. It depends a lot on your personal sensitivity/creativity...and especially on your talent.
So, enjoy it!



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Anthony Winston

good album
Very good album from start to finish, I really like inspiration. purchase and you won't be dissapointed