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Miss Sarcasm by Samo Salamon

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Album Title: Live!
Label: Samo Records
Released: 2009

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Samo Salamon - guitar Michel Godard - tuba, el. bass Roberto Dani - drums Slovenian guitarist/composer Samo Salamon has received critical acclaim in recent years as one of the more original voices of the European jazz scene. Adding to his impressive recorded output, Samo Salamon Trio - Live! is a fearless effort showcasing the guitarist's bold, genre-defying musical vision. (John Vincent Barron, JazzReview 2010) Samo Salamon has recorded live successfully before, on Ela's Dream (Splasch, 2005) and Kei's Secret (Splasch, 2006). Live! is another worthy addition to a significant body of work, one that can only enhance Salamon's reputation as a distinctive composer and original guitar stylist. ALLABOUTJAZZ (Jakob Baekgaard, December 2009)

Track Listing

Hebe; Catch the Train; Kei's Secret; My Rain; Miss Sarcasm; Girl With a Nicotine Kiss; Happy Girl; My Amusing Muse; Fall Memories; Spring Forest.

Personnel

Samo Salamon
guitar, electric

Additional Personnel

Samo Salamon: guitar; Roberto Dani: drums; Michel Godard: tuba, electric bass.

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Date featured

July 3, 2010

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