Maurizio Geri Swingtet | Swing a sud

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Swing a sud

by Maurizio Geri Swingtet

gipsy jazz inspired by italian roots
Genre: Jazz: Gypsy Jazz
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1. Swing a sud
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2. Gina
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3. Mack
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4. Doppio Swing
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5. Palomita Blanca
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6. Con te
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7. Amanda
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8. Blues in Vern
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9. Dolce chimera
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10. Manuela
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
We're back on the road with the Maurizio Geri, Swingtet, this time to the south; It understood as a southern Italy in southern Europe and in particular of the 'Alsace, area of ​​current residence of many settlements manouche.
Yes, because the inspiration that remains, as it always has accustomed the Swingtet, that of Django and acoustic sounds, but on this record more than in other emerging elements of design and composition that mark even further an original and increasingly d 'author.
A south also as the southern hemisphere, in songs like Amanda, and Manuela La palomita blanca, crop eco tango choro, of Chamame, almost not to forget what the old continent in general and Italians in particular have contributed considerably to the birth of these styles.
Do not miss the title track a reference to the tarantella, like to imagine what would have happened if the manouche they had settled instead in northern Europe in southern Italy.
There are three songs sung, a swing dedicated to famous italian songwriter Paolo Conte (Con te ) a ballad dedicated to Mack and a waltz by Carlo Venturi (Dolce Chimera) to which Maurizio has added the text.
Geri signing nine of the ten songs on the disc, the harmony of the whole cohesion emerges in timbre and in the accuracy of the arrangements, always refined and measured, very good placement of the guests: Claudia Tellini (voice in Dolce Chimera), Jacopo Martini (lead guitar in Doppio swing), Tommaso Papini (rhythm guitar in Doppio swing and Con te) and Alice Sobrero (choirs in Con te), well-contextualized and in sharp focus in the big picture.
Writes Francis Couvreux (journalist Djangostation):
".... More and more faithful to the canons of the swing manouche (swing, waltz ...), Maurizio develops and enriches the tradition wonderfully with his very personal approach scented Mediterranean. "

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