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"Ruedas" by Marco Sanguinetti

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8
By Marco Sanguinetti

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Some mind-altering piano avant-garde. Get crazy.

About the Album

8 is the fourth album of original music by Marco Sanguinetti. This music represents the search for a new local sound with urban reminiscences. The recording of the live band has been mixed with everyday sounds added in a delicate production work, by renowned rock producer Mariano ‘Manza’ Esain. Available on vinyl from February 2014.

Personnel

Marco Sanguinetti: piano; Jeronimo Carmona: bass; Fermin Merlo: drums; DJ Migma: scratch.

Date featured

January 19, 2014

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