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Luca Garro Septet | "Double Red Street"

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"Double Red Street"

by Luca Garro Septet

The Luca Garro Septet was born from the cooperation between musicians in the music classes of the Conservatorio Verdi of Milan, directed by Tino Tracanna.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Faith 58
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2. Waiting
7:45 $0.99
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3. Double Red Suite
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4. A Blue World
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5. Faith 55
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The Luca Garro Septet was born from the cooperation between musicians in the music classes of the Conservatorio Verdi of Milan, directed by Tino Tracanna.
All the members participated alternately to the Horascope Quintet-Sextet and played in concerts such as “Concerto di Natale” in Sala Verdi of the Conservatorio with E.Intra and E.Rava, “Break in Jazz ’06”, “I concerti del Chiostro ‘06” and “Spazio Cinema” in cooperation with L’Anteo, “Brianza Open Jazz Festival Spring 07” and “I Concerti della Triennale ’06”.

Subsequently, the group reunited to work together and record the album Double Red Street.
The new project was shaped following the elaboration of the Double Red Suite, a rather composite and complex tune, written to pay tribute to the composer and musician H. Hancock.
It was interesting to modulate, using different styles and moods, some melodies which surrounded the suite and proposed a path compact and diversified at the same time, thus originating the Double Red Street.

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