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Electricity

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Maurizio Giammarco

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Released: 2012
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Track Listing

1. Lost in the Tracks 1.25; 2. Brownside 03:14; 3. Slam 01.25; 4. Turbamento 05:04; 5. Green Interlude 02:30; 6. Jimi's Changes 04:08; 7. Intermission 1 0:31; 8. Wett 01:18; 9. The Seven Step Program 04:46; 10. Intermission 2 0:24; 11. Darmonics 04:01; 12. The Playmaker 06:22; 13. Monk's Mood 04:42; 14. Misterioso 03:23; 15. Little Rootie Tootie 03:29; 16. Intermission 3 0:31; 17. Drumsolo 01:09; 18. He Ought to Be One of Those Old Hippies 03:44; 19. Zombies's March 04:33; 20 Everything Ends Here 05:30.

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Maurizio Giammarco (sax tenore e soprano, flauto, pianoforte, elettronica); Dario Deidda (basso); John B. Arnold (batteria, elettronica).


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