Marco Renzi - Italian Big Band - 45rpm 180g 2LP

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Marco Renzi - Italian Big Band - 45rpm 180g 2LP
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Fone Records - LP037 - 180 Gram Virgin Vinyl - 45RPM - Two Disc 

Pure Analogue Recording , Mastering & Cutting

Club 496 - Only 496 Copies Numbered Limited Edition - Pressed in Germany

• 180g Virgin Vinyl
• Limited Edition
• 45 rpm
• Pure Analogue Recording & Cutting
• Cutting Machine wired by Signoricci
• One-Stage Pressing Process
• Heavy Quality Sleeves
• Signoricci Vinyl Printed in Germany
• Produced in only 496 copies
Marco Renzi conducts this recording of Italian Big Band music by Rossi and other Italian composers.
Recording a Jazz Big Band is an experience not easy to tell. Everything gets more complicated then they pretend (as I wanted to do well in this occasion) to take possession of the interpretation of the soul, to seek not only stamps, colors and size of the orchestra, but also the tap of the finger that pushes the buttons of the trumpet, the sound of skins affected by the rods, the movement of air moved by the clarinet in route to the solo all in a perfect acoustic enclosure: the Teatro Comunale di Atri, a charming town in Abruzzo. In short, the physical effort combined with the passion of playing the perfect execution in a 'natural sound' become more and more esoteric. Jazz itself is pure emotion, made of shivering warm bass, the flashes of brass, the whispers of brushes on flat ahd hi-hat, bass drum and the thunder of bells sounding.
The Italian Big Band was founded in 1993 by conductor Marco Renzi, bringing together the elements of a classic organic jazz orchestra: Six trumpets, five trombones, five saxophones, piano, guitar, bass and drums. Its repertoire harkens to the traditions of Italian composers: From Carlo Alberto Rossi and Giovanni D'Anzi to Vincenzo De Crescenzo. The Italian Big Band performs numerous concerts in Italy and abroad.
Marco Renzi, conductor
LP1 - Side A:
1. Italian Medley No. 2 (arr. Marco Renzi)
In Cerca Di Te (Sciorilli)
Nun E' Peccato (C.A. Rossi)
Quando una Ragazza (L. Luttazzi)
2. Carlo Alberto Rossi Medley (arr. Marco Renzi)
E Se Domani
Amore Baciami
Mon Pais
‘Na Voce, ‘Na Chitarra
Conosci Mia Cugina
LP1 - Side B:
3. Bruno Martino Suite (arr. V.A. Morra)
Baciami Per Domani
Cos’Hai Trovato in Lui
E La Chiamano Estate
4. Kramer Medley (arr. Marco Renzi)
Domenica E' Sempre Domenica
Merci Beaucoup
Un Bacio a Mezzanotte
Pippo Non Lo Sa
LP2 - Side A:
5. Stoccolma Malinconica (Melancholy Stockholm)
Composer: Buddy De Franco, ASCAP Arr. Rob Pronk
6. D’Anzi Medley (arr. Marco Renzi)
Bambina Innamorata
Non Dimenticar le mie Parole
Silenzio Slow
Ma L’Amore No
LP2 - Side B:
7. Senza Fine (Paoli) arr. V.A. Morra
Nel Blu Dipinto di Blu (Modugno) arr. V.A. Morra
8. Italian Medley No3 (arr. Marco Renzi)
Ancora  (De Crescenzo)
Quando, Quando, Quando (T. Renis)
L’Italiano (T. Cutugno)
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No use is made of electronic manipulation of the signal, nor any artificial correction that if they make a sound easier to carve, it is true that distort so unacceptable. With this method you get to transfer the music information on the standard analog for the production of virgin vinyl 180g &  200g
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Marco Renzi - Italian Big Band - 45rpm 180g 2LP

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