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Giuseppe Milici | November 64

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November 64

by Giuseppe Milici

a sensual and jazzy cd played with traditional and electronic instruments.
Genre: Easy Listening: Mood Music
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  Song Share Time Download
1. theme from the persuaders
4:44 $0.99
2. vitti 'na crozza
5:13 $0.99
3. central park at dawn
3:37 $0.99
4. tea for toots
6:43 $0.99
5. november 64
4:31 $0.99
6. brasil
4:45 $0.99
7. song for valeria
5:45 $0.99
8. un angolo di cielo (feat. Valeria Milazzo)
3:18 $0.99
9. partir con te
4:09 $0.99
10. theme from taxi driver
3:03 $0.99
11. jerusalem
4:18 $0.99
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Album Notes
Harmonica player and composer Giuseppe Milici has played as a soloist on some very popular Italian televisions programs, including Serata d'onore, Fantastico, Uno su cento, Il Numero Uno, Festival di Sanremo, Un Natale Italiano, and Taratatta. In 1990 he became a member of the first European Jazz Orchestra. He played on the original movie soundtrack of The Magician, starring Antony Quinn, and Vaniglia e Cioccolata, starring Maria Grazia Cucinotta. He has also played on the soundtracks for the television series Avvocato Porta, starring Gigi Proietti, and Tutti i sogni del mondo, starring Serena Autieri. He composed the soundtrack for La terramadre, screened at the 2008 Berlin Film Festival.
He has toured in the U.S.A. (the Blue Note in New York), Greece, Holland, Switzerland, Morocco, Australia, England, France, Argentina, Germany, South Africa, Swaziland and Mozambique.
He has recorded several CDs and has collaborated with such artists as Gianni Morandi, Toots Thielemans, Gino Paoli, Gigi D'Alessio, Lina Sastri, Dirotta su Cuba, Tullio De Piscopo, Amii Stewart, Fabrizio Bosso, Philip Catherine, Franco Cerri, Irio De Paola, Laura Fygi, Lighea, James Newton, I Ragazzi Italiani, Gegè Telesforo, Antonella Ruggiero, Pietra Montecorvino, Alessandro Haber, Riccardo Pazzaglia, Beatrice Luzzi, Edoardo Siravo, Beppe Vessicchio, Zoltan Pesco, Massimo Ghini, Vince Tempera, and Sabina Guzzanti. Recordings under his own name include Beatles Jazz Tribute (presented at the Paris Fashion Week) and the Burt Bacharach Jazz Tribute, with Eliot Zigmund, Bill Moring and Mauro Schiavone. Milici recently played as soloist with the Sofia Symphony Orchestra at Teatro La Fenice in Venice and is the recipient of Franchi/Ingrassia Award and the Tricoli International Award. He just worked with Pippo Baudo for 900 TV program and he’s touring with the “Michael Jackson Jazz Tribute” ideated and directed by himself.



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Christian from Sicily

Interesting and fascinating
In this cd Milici shows his personal art of cromatic harp, mixing different types of sounds. While you hear tracks you can relaxing or exciting with his typic exibitions.
The songs'choose is good and the presence of Valeria Milazzo and her wonderful voice in "Un angolo di cielo" gives to cd an original touch that nobody couldn't see.
Perhaps any more song it was better...

Patrick James McKenna

Simply Brilliant!!!
I feel that giving "November 1964" a 5 star rating is a mistake, but then, 5 stars is the highest rating allowed.

On a 1 star to 5 star scale, I would give this CD 10 stars!

Signor Milici proves that he is musical genius on every featured song. He takes the harmonica far beyond what one would normally expect and shatters any old idea that the harmonica is some sort of musical toy.

In addition to Signor Milici displaying utter genius with the harmonica, the musicians that back him are obviously far above the barroom band level.

Giuseppe Milici and his group have recorded a classic.

After listening to "November 1964," I'm sure that any of their other recordings are worth collecting.