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Label: Self Produced
Feed The Lyons; Ivory Duke; She Was Born From Sand; Bahp!; Convergence; Out of Place; Virtual Proof
Enrico Bergamini: Composer, Arranger, Tenor Saxophone; Clay Lyons: Alto Sax (all tracks except 1), C Melody Sax (track 1); Daniele Germani: Alto Sax (track 1) Justin Salisbury: Piano (tracks 1, 3); Eitan Kenner: Piano, Rhodes, Synths (tracks 2, 5, 7); Dylan George: Piano (track 6); Juan Dhas: Electric Guitar (track 1); Jernej Bervar: Electric Guitar (tracks 2, 4, 5, 7); Leandro Pellegrino: Electric Guitar (track 3); Giuseppe Campisi: Acoustic Bass (track 1); Mark Minoogian: Electric Bass (tracks 2, 5, 7); Alex Gorchesky: Electric Bass (track 3); Fabrizio Sciacca: Acoustic Bass (track 4); Jonkuk Kim: Drumset (track 1); Clemens Graßmann: Drumset (tracks 2, 3, 4, 5, 7)
Feed The Lyons: Clay Lyons is the best sax player in NYC. This is a fact, it is totally not just my opinion Ivory Duke: George Duke 1946 - 2013 Bhap!: "Monday, bahp! Tuesday, bahp! Wednesday, bahp! Thursday bahp! Friday, bahp! Saturday, bahp! And on Sunday, you rest! And think about what you've practiced" -Ed Tomassi She Was Born From Sand: Life 101, don't write tunes for girls you fall in love with Convergence: "This is the hardest tune I've played in my entire life" -Eitan Kenne Out of Place: Virtual Proof: this isn't the Proof you're looking for
Mario Pavone Dialect Trio
Kronos Quartet/Terry Riley