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Aphrodite by Alessandro Carabelli

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Album Title: Aphrodite
Label: Nagel Heyer Records
Released: 2006

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Alessandro Carabelli - piano; Franco Ambrosetti - trumpet; Diego Mascherpa - saxophones, clarinet; Luciano Zadro - guitar; Marco Conti - bass; Stefano Bagnoli - drums. Aphrodite is full of moonlight - and squarely lit by the sun. For one thing, the six innovative and engaging Italian musicians create an airy, open feel; for another, the material, all original is light and lyrical. The 11 tracks are through and through relaxing and thoughtful and full of genial energy. Expect nothing less than consistently delicious music, expertly played. Special guest Franco Ambrosetti has played together with jazz greats like Kenny Clark, Phil Woods, Dexter Gordon, Cannonball Adderly, Joe Henderson, George Gruntz, Michael Brecker, Mike Stern, Romano Mussolini, Gato Barbieri and many others. Recorded at MC Studio, Gavirate (VA) - Italy - October 5-6-7, 2005.

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January 1, 2007

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