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Wrong and Beautiful by Meretrio & Mereneu Project

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Album Title: The Forbidden Dance
Label: Sessionwork Records
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Fiona's Comments

Mesmerizing ripples of notes that do justice to a crashing cascading feeling, has a 3D feel.

About the Album

Emiliano Sampaio: guitar, compositions, arrangements (Brazil) Max Ranzinger: bass (Austria); Luis Andre Gigante: drums (Brazil); Nicolò Ravenni: sax alto, clarinet (Italy); Mike Ievtushenko: sax tenor and soprano (Ukraine); Patrick Dunst: sax baritone, bass clarinet and flute (Austria); Marko Solman: trumpet, flugelhorn (Croatia); Pol Omedes: trumpet, flugelhorn (Spain); Ádám Ladányi: trombone (Hungary); Gabrijela Sušek: additional flutes (Slovenia).

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October 7, 2016

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