Fone Jazz Recordings - 35th Anniversary (2018)

Fausto Mesolella, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius De Moraes, Bruno Canfora, Tadd Dameron, PEO ALFONSI, Johnny Green, Edward Duke Ellington, Radiohead, Bob Dylan, Rube Bloom, Richard Rodgers, Bill Evans, Carlo Alberto Rossi, Lorenz Hart, S. Brooks

Various Artists

Celebrating Fone Records' 35th Anniversary with a compilation album 15 of Giulio Cesare Ricci's favorite jazz tracks. 

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Scott Hamilton

Scott Hamilton was born in 1954, in Providence, Rhode Island. During his early childhood he heard a lot of jazz through his father’s extensive record collection, and became acquainted with the jazz greats. He tried out several instruments, including drums at about the age of five, piano at six and mouth-organ. He had some clarinet lessons when he was about eight years of age, but that was the only formal music tuition he has ever had. Even at that age he was attracted to the sound of Johnny Hodges, but it was not until he was about sixteen that he started playing the saxophone seriously. From his playing mainly blues on mouth organ, his little band gradually became more of a jazz band. 
He moved to New York in 1976 at the age of twenty-two, and through Roy Eldridge, with whom he had played a year previously in Boston, got a six-week gig at Michael’s Pub. Roy also paved the way for him to work with Anita O’Day and Hank Jones. Although it was the tail-end of the of old New York scene, a lot of the greats were still playing and he got to work and learn from people like Eldridge, Illinois Jacquet, Vic Dickenson and Jo Jones. Eldridge was Scott’s champion, but pulled no punches, and could be extremely critical, something for which Scott has always been grateful. In December of the same year John Bunch got Scott his first recording date, for Famous Door, and was also responsible for him joining Benny Goodman. He continued to work with Goodman at different times until the early 1980s.

Enzo Pietropaoli

Born in Genova september 29 1955.
In 1961 he moves to Rome and debuts professionally in 1975 with “Trio Di Roma” (Danilo Rea and Roberto Gatto).
Performed and recorded with many significant musicians as Franco Ambrosetti, Chet Baker, Flavio Boltro, Lester Bowie, Art Farmer, Paolo Fresu, Enrico Rava, Woody Shaw, Kenny Wheeler, Bob Berg, Michael Brecker, Ronnie Cuber, Maurizio Giammarco, Rosario Giuliani, Johnny Griffin, Steve Grossman, Lee Konitz, Gabriele Mirabassi, Sal Nistico, Archie Shepp, Pietro Tonolo, Gianluigi Trovesi, Massimo Urbani, Phil Woods, Mark Turner, Curtis Fuller, Jimmy Knepper, Albert Mangelsdorff, Dino Piana, Toots Thielemans, Gianni Coscia, Richard Galliano, Brian Auger, Stefano Bollani, Ray Bryant, George Gruntz, Evan Lurie, Rita Marcotulli, Horace Parlan, Enrico Pieranunzi, Ben Sidran, Cedar Walton, John Taylor. Bobby Hutcherson, Jay Clayton, Maria Pia De Vito, Norma Wynstone, John Abercrombie, Roberto Ciotti, Christian Escoudè, Pat Metheny, Joe Pass, John Scofield, Ginger Baker, Han Bennink, Kenny Clarke, Billy Cobham, Daniel Humair, Alvin Queen, Fabrizio Sferra, Gianmaria Testa and many others.

Fausto Mesolella

Fausto Mesolella collaborated with Gabriella Ferri, Nada, Andrea Bocelli, Gianmaria Testa, Gianna Nannini, Paolo Conte, Giorgio Conte , Paolo Belli, Samuele Bersani, Francesco Tricarico (for which he wrote the song presented at the Sanremo Festival in 2011 ) and many other great artists. 

As a guitarist he participated with the Piccola Orchestra Avion Travel in two editions of the Sanremo Festival in Section Champions, winning the 1998 Critics Award Mia Martini at the 48th Sanremo Festival with the song Sleep and dreams and in 2000 the 50th Sanremo Festival with the song Feeling . 

As a composer and arranger has participated in four editions of the Festival of Sanremo.

Andrea Pozza

Andrea Pozza debut at age 13 in a historic jazz club Genoa. From that moment on, his career is now more than thirty years, has led him to perform in Italy and abroad with real "sacred cows" of the likes of Harry "Sweet" Edison, Bobby Durham, Chet Baker, Al Grey , Scott Hamilton, George Coleman, Charlie Mariano, Lee Konitz, Sal Nistico, Massimo Urbani, Luciano Milanese and many more.

 

Battista Lena

Born in Viareggio son of art critic and feminist Carla Lonzi. He lived in Milan until 1973 where he began to play the guitar. Later he moved with his mother to Rome, where he became interested in studying Jazz with Eddy Palermo. Professionally active since the mid-'80s working with Roberto Gatto with whom he recorded five CDs.
From 1991 to 1996 he took part in almost all projects of trumpeter Enrico Rava and in training with Italian Roberto Gatto and Paolino Dalla Porta and in the European Union with Palle Danielsson and Jon Christensen, recording "Rava l'Opera Go," winner of the referendum held by the magazine Musica Jazz for "Best Album of the Year" in 1994. With these formations made ??several toured in Europe.
In 2008, the prestigious German radio WDR Big Band Big Band Koln Euroradio has made recordings and concerts dedicated to his music.
Has been teaching jazz guitar masterclasses in Siena Jazz, Roccella Jonica.
Since 2008 he teaches jazz guitar and composition at New York University in Florence.

 

Bill Evans

Evans was born in Plainfield, New Jersey and attended Southeastern Louisiana University. After a period in the Army, he returned to New York in 1955 and began working and recording with Tony Scott and George Russell. His subtly swinging, lucidly constructed solos with these leaders quickly attracted attention, and provided Evans with an opportunity to begin recording under his own name; but he was modest regarding his gifts, and for a time was reluctant to push himself into the limelight. All this changed after he spent several months during 1958 in Miles Davis's band, where he played alongside John Coltrane and Cannonball Adderley as well as the trumpeter and became a central figure in Davis's shift to modal improvisation.

The period with Davis allowed Evans to organize his own trio, which featured bassist Scott LaFaro and drummer Paul Motian by the end of 1959. These three players developed a new and more interactive approach to trio playing, one in which all instruments carried melodic responsibilities and functioned as equal voices. LaFaro's tragic death in a July 1961 highway accident ended the existence of this seminal unit; but not before it had recorded four albums, two in the studio and two at a Village Vanguard performance shortly before the bassist's death, that influenced several generations of pianists, bassists, and drummers.

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Darktown Strutters Ball
S. Brooks
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The Lady is a Tramp
Lorenz Hart,Richard Rodgers
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Carlo Alberto Rossi medley
Carlo Alberto Rossi
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Turn out the Stars
Bill Evans
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Isn't it Romantic
Richard Rodgers
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Don't Worry About Me
Rube Bloom
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Just like a Woman
Bob Dylan
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High and Dry
Radiohead
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Paris Blues
Edward Duke Ellington
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Ladies Lullaby
Johnny Green
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Oyasin
PEO ALFONSI
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On a Misty Night
Tadd Dameron
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Brava
Bruno Canfora
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Se Todos Fossem Iguais a Voce
Antonio Carlos Jobim,Vinicius De Moraes
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Suite 4
Fausto Mesolella
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