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The Economics of Love

by Brian Conigliaro

Classic jazz & blues....smooth vocals & spontaneous improvisation between the guitarist who is also a fine jazz vocalist & harmonica player & the mastery of Chris Parker on drums & Kevin Callaghan on upright bass.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Her Love Is Merciless (Live)
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2. Moondance (Live)
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3. The Economics of Love (Live)
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4. Agua De Beber (Live)
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5. Yardbird Suite (Live)
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6. Oleo (Live)
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7. Along the Watchtower (Live)
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8. Josie (Live)
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9. Statesboro Blues (Live)
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10. What's Wrong With That (Live)
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11. Wicki Wacki Woo (Live)
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12. They All Laughed (Live)
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13. Fine Madness (Live)
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LA TIMES JAZZ CRITIC LEONARD FEATHER
\"BRIAN CONIGLIARO IS A GREAT DOWN HOME JAZZ/BLUES HARMONICA PLAYER WHO MUST BE SEEN\"

JACKIE PARIS (JAZZ LEGEND) SAYS \"BRIAN IS A PLAYER AND SONGWRITER WITH A REAL SMOOTH STYLE \"

FRANK GAMBALE OF (CHICK COREA\'S ELECTRIC BAND) SAYS \" BRIAN IS A GREAT PLAYER \"

LA JAZZ SCENE NEWS MYRNA DANIELS
\"BRIAN ALWAYS ADDS RICHNESS TO TUNES...HIS BRAZILIAN GROOVES ARE SASSY AS HELL. BRIAN IS A TASTY PLAYER\"

\"BRIAN CONIGLIARO IS A TIMELESS MUSICIAN WHOSE SOUL RUNS AS DEEP AS HIS PASSION FOR ARTISTIC EXPRESSION. WITH A FLUID COMBINATION OF GUITAR, HARMONICA, AND VOCALS, LUCID IMAGES APPEAR AND MOVE. COLORFUL MOODS ARE CREATED WHEN HIS MUSIC COMES ALIVE.\" KATE ASHMAN, KITCHEN TABLE PRODUCTIONS

BRIAN HAS PERFORMED OR RECORDED AS GUITARIST, VOCALIST AND/OR ON HARMONICA WITH SUCH ARTISTS AS: JACKIE PARIS, RAY CHARLES, LOU RAWLS, DANIEL PONCE, IGNACCIO BOROA, FRANK GAMBALE, SUE RANEY, ANN MARIE MOSS, BARBARA McNAIR, EUBIE BLAKE, GREGORY HINES, JERRY MULLIGAN, DIZZIE GILLESPIE, NANCY WILSON, BOBBY DAY, MARY WELLS, PATTI LUPONE, LIONEL HAMPTON,LES HOOPER, THE TOKENS, NY SOUL COMPANY, AL WILSON, HOUSEWIVES ON PROZAC, THE DRIFTERS, AND SNOOP DOGG, ETC...

DRUMMER CHRIS PARKER HAS RECORDED WITH MICHAEL BRECKER, THE PAUL BUTTERFIELD BAND, BETTE MIDLER, AND PLAYED DRUMS ON SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE FOR YEARS AS WELL AS PERFORMED WITH FAR TOO MANY ARTISTS TO MENTION.

BASSIST KEVIN CALLAGHAN IS CURRENTLY WITH THE RIDGEFIELD SYMPHONY. HE HAS PLAYED WITH THE ROCK GROUP YES, RECORDED WITH THE LEGENDARY CARMEN LEGGIO FROM WOODY HERMAN\'S BAND AND WAS PART OF AN ORIGINAL RECORDING BAND NAMED MONDO BOFFO AS WELL AS HAVING PLAYED OR RECORDED WITH MANY OTHER ARTISTS.

DRUMMER JOHN ARUCCI, WHO PLAYS ON A FEW TRACKS, HAS RECORDED OR PERFORMED WITH GENE BERTONCINI, MICHEAL BRECKER, JON PATTATUCCI, GIL GOLDSTEIN, OLIVER LAKE, MARIAH CAREY AND MANY OTHERS.

THESE GENTLEMEN BRING AN ECLECTIC ARRAY OF INFLUENCES AND STYLES TO THIS LIVE TRIO RECORDING WITH MANY LEVELS. ALL UNDER THE UMBRELLA OF LIVE JAZZ AND BLUES.

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Ken Smith

Insightful Jazz
This is a great listen for those who enjoy rich interpretations of jazz and blues. Brian Conigliaro re-imagines some jazz standards like "They all Laughed" along with a great take on "All Along the Watchtower". He also knows how to relax and have fun on "Wicki Wacki Woo. A welcome addition to my jazz library.
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john dadabo

Reminds me of the 69` Cafe Wha.
it`s very well put together. Close your eyes and think of the 1969 Cafe Wha. When the masses came together to groove. outstanding sounds. The vocals compliment the sound. where can we hear more. please let us know. A true fan.
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