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sábado, 24 de janeiro de 2009
Venegoni & Co - Mosaico (2000) (Jazz Rock/Fusion) (Italy)
The band was formed by Luigi "Gigi" Venegoni, ex guitarist of ARTI & MESTIERI. This was an "open" band whith twenty musicians to have collaborated with during the years. A stable nucleus of six musicians who recorded the band's two first LP's on Cramps.
More jazz-rock oriented than ARTI & MESTIERI, Venegoni & Co. ideally close the old italian calssic prog groups. They played in the famous live tribute to Demetrio Stratos of 1979. Their music is instrumental, obviously dominated by Venegoni's fluid and elegant guitar playing.
Though definitely less prog-inspired than the first two Arti & Mestieri albums, both Rumore Rosso and Sarabanda are usually considered an interesting listen for jazz-rock fans in general and for rock progressivo italiano lovers in particular.
Two later studio albums on CD, Nocturne (as a trio with Marco Cimino from ERRATA CORRIGE) and Mosaico were more in a new-age style, while the recent live CD's Rumore Rosso Vivo and Live...somewhere in the seventies... feature registrazione lives from different line-ups in 1978 and 1979. The last one, in particular, has a very good sound's quality.
- Rumore rosso, studio album (1977)
- Sarabanda, studio album (1979)
- Nocturne, studio album (1989)
- Mosaico, studio album (2000)
- Rumore Rosso Vivo, live (2002)
- Live...Somewhere in the 70's, live (2004)
Disco muito bom, recomendo!
1. Fata Morgana (5:50)
2. Solleone (4:12)
3. Sagittario (4:17)
4. Bodega Bay (5:11)
5. Eucalypso (6:45)
6. Coconut (6:15)
7. Danza di Luna (5:32)
8. Coesione (5:48)
9. Bonaventura Moon (5:46)
Total Time: 49:43
- Luigi "Gigi" Venegoni / guitars, bass, programming
- Silvano Borgatta / keyboards,melodica
- Louis Atzori / drums
- Dario Arianti / voices (3 & 5)
- Daniela Cavalcavo / voices (3 & 5)
- Giovanni Vigliar / violin (7)
- Paolo Franchini / bass (8)
- Luigi Colarullo / drums (8)
- Marco Cimino / keyboards (9)
- Mario Paire / voice, programming (9)