Maurizio Geri Swingtet | Tito Tariero

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Tito Tariero

by Maurizio Geri Swingtet

from Italy a mix of Gipsy jazz and mediteranean roots
Genre: Jazz: Gypsy Jazz
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1. Ali's Wing
4:20 $0.99
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2. Gingillone
5:20 $0.99
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3. Melancolia
3:49 $0.99
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4. Melodie Au Crepuscule
3:31 $0.99
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5. Cette Nuit La
4:34 $0.99
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6. Presente Archeologico
4:27 $0.99
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7. Rapido Per Algeri
3:28 $0.99
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8. Algeri
3:02 $0.99
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9. Foresta
5:06 $0.99
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10. Hunn O Pani Naschella
4:47 $0.99
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11. Piccolo Valzer
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12. Mito
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Historical group in italian manouche style M.Geri Swingtet reappeared on the music scene after a period of silence. Like previous work "Manouche e dintorni " (1996) and "A cielo aperto " (2002) this disc contains cues heterogeneous taking inspiration from french gypsy-jazz, italian roots, world music and songwriting.
The recording made live in the studio maintains the freshness of the ensemble sound and solos.
numerous original compositions (Piccolo valzer, Foresta, Gingillone, Rapido per Algeri , Algeri, Mito, Ali's wing, Presente archeologico) that accompanied a reworking original and refined standards (Melodie au Crepuscule, Hunn o pani naschella, Melancolia, Cette nuit la)) it has always characterized and distinguished research work and proposals of this training.
Only Italian group to have participated in the festival of Samois Django Reinhardt (Paris) is still referring in Italy to the growing number of fans of the genre for freshness of his ideas and his personal style


1 Ali’s wing (M.Geri) 4,20
2 Gingillone (M.Geri) 5,19
3 Melancolia (V.Catton) 3,46
4 Melodie au crepuscule (D.Reinhardt) 3,30
5 Cette nuit la (Trad.) 4,30
6 Presente archeologico (M.Geri) 4,27
7 Rapido per Algeri (M.Geri) 3,30
8 Algeri (A.Balia, M.Geri) 3,00
9 Foresta (M.Geri) 5,06
10 Hunn, o pani naschella (T.Winterstein, L.Reinhardt) 4,45
11 Piccolo valzer (M.Geri) 3,43
12 Mito (M.Geri) 4,22

Tempo totale 50,18



Maurizio Geri chitarra, voce
Luca Giovacchini chitarra
Michele Marini clarinetto
Giacomo Tosti fisarmonica, piano
Nicola Vernuccio contrabbasso


Prodotto da M.Geri Swingtet
Arrangiamenti Maurizio Geri
Registrato dal 4 al 12 giugno 2012 a casa del Geri
Grafica e foto Bruno Bacci
Editing M.Geri, mixaggio Flavio Lenzi presso Studio Il Poggio di Montecatini Alto
Grazie a:. Lapo Gigli, Marco Caroti, Emma Morton, Federico de Robertis, Punto Musica di Gianni Ratti, Tiziano Marini, Anna Pagnini, Marco Marini, Alessandro & Manuela Geri, Franco Lotti, Dania Meoni, Mauro Morelli, Gabriele Mirabassi, Fabio Battistelli, Nico Gori.
Per le attrezzature un ringraziamento particolare a Stefano Melone, Tiziano Betti, Flavio Lenzi, Tommaso Papini, Alessandro Agostini, Claudio Carboni., Sandro Paradisi.

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