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25th Hour Theme by Emilio Marinelli

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Label: Dodicilune Records
Released: 2011


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Fiona's Comments

Oh hell yes. Like a classic Pharoah Sanders marathon session, Emilio's trio takes us on a long journey, exploring a series of musical paths that build one atop the other until, at the end, a slight return to the opening theme, giving the sense of having traveled a very long distance with a relaxed laid-back gait. The effect of the prepared piano is a magnificent touch. Jazz from Fano, Italy, in the "Regione Marche."

About the Album

Emilio Marinelli (piano), Amin Zarrinchang (bass), Matteo Fraboni (drums). This song is the main theme of the Spike Lee movie 25th Hour re-arranged for the acoustic trio. A prepared piano with necklaces on the strings adds a strange element to the song.


Date featured

September 7, 2011

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