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All in My Hands by Angelo Mastronardi

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Album Title: Rough Line
Label: Gleam Records
Released: 2020

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Rough Line is Angelo Mastronardi’s third record as leader. The pianist from Puglia, also founder of the label that released the album, GleAM, is accompanied by Rogers Anning on double bass and Carmelo Miceli on drums. The record features eight tracks: six originals and new versions of the timeless classics “All The Things You Are” and “Oleo”. The album opens with “All In My Hands”. The rhythm, with a jazz rock flavor, supports the beautiful theme performed by the synth, effective and ingenious. The sounds are beautiful and the track explodes during the virtuoso piano solo.

Track Listing

1 All in My Hands (A. Mastronardi) 2 Follow Me (A.Mastronardi) 3 All The Things You Are (J. Kern – O. Hammerstein II) 4 Away From The Scene (A.Mastronardi) 5 Even If (A.Mastronardi) 6 Oleo (S. Rollins) 7 7 H-Our(A.Mastronardi) 8 Everything I Need (A.Mastronardi)

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Additional Personnel

Angelo Mastronardi - piano, fender rhodes, synth Rogers Anning - double bass & fretless bass Melo Miceli - drums

Date featured

April 17, 2021

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