Eusebio Martinelli and the Gipsy Abarth Orkestar | Gazpacho

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Gazpacho

by Eusebio Martinelli and the Gipsy Abarth Orkestar

“Gazpacho”, a typical Andalusian dish whose ingredients are mixed in an unusual way but at the same time with great taste, is the name of the first album which includes original songs and traditional tunes played in Gipsy Abarth style.
Genre: World: Gypsy
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1. Sud Est Mariachi
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2. Gazpacho
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3. Artijiana
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4. Hora Staccato
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5. Abarthzeana
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6. La Tharda
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7. Balkavalz
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8. Migrant Slow Train
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
SUD EST MARIACHI: Eusebio Martinelli - trumpet, sousaphone & bariton flugelhorn / Mario Sehtl - violin / Nicolò Fiori - double bass / Alessandro Lugli - drum / Maurizio Pala - accordeon
GAZPACHO: Eusebio Martinelli - trumpet / Paolo Schianchi - flamenco guitar, requinto fretless and 31 strings harp-guitar / Daniele Donadelli - accordeon / Nicolò Fiori - double bass / Marco Frattini - snare drum & percussion
ARTIJIANA: Eusebio Martinelli - trumpet, sousaphone & bariton flugelhorn / Mario Sehtl - violin / Nicolò Fiori - double bass / Alessandro Lugli - drum / Maurizio Pala - accordeon
HORA STACCATO: Eusebio Martinelli - trumpet, sousaphone & bariton flugelhorn / Aleksandar Rajkovic - bariton flugelhorn / Alessio Berrè - violin / Alessandro Lugli - drum / Maurizio Pala - accordeon / Luca Serio Bertolini - guitar & big bass drum
ABATHZEANA: Eusebio Martinelli – trumpet / Mario Sehtl – violin / Aleksandar Rajkovic – bariton flugelhorn / Alejandro Toledo – alto saxophone
Michele Montolli - double bass / Jader Nonni – drum / Maurizio Pala - accordeon
LA THARDA: Eusebio Martinelli - trumpet, sousaphone & bariton flugelhorn / Mario Sehtl - violin / Maurizio Pala - accordeon / Alessandro Lugli - drum
BALKAVALZ: Eusebio Martinelli - trumpet / Mario Sehtl - violin / Maurizio Pala - accordeon / Michele Montolli - double bass / Marco Frattini - drum & percussion
MIGRANT SLOW TRAIN: Eusebio Martinelli - trumpet / Mario Sehtl - violin / Maurizio Pala - accordeon / Nicolò Fiori - double bass / Marco Frattini - percussion

Sud Est Mariachi, Gazpacho, Balkavalz & Migrant Slow Train are composed by Eusebio Martinelli.
Artijiana, Hora Staccato, Abarthzeana and La Tharda are original arrangements made by Eusebio Martinelli of traditional songs.

Credits:
The bariton flugelhorn on Hora Staccato and Abarthzeana is recorded in Belgrad at Balkanistan recording studio by Aleksandar Rajkovic.
The saxophone on Balkavalz is recorded in London at Magic Tombolinos studio by Alejandro Toledo.
The accordeon on Balkavalz is recorded in London by Maurizio Pala at his own recording studio.
The double bass on Balkavalz is recorded in London by Gabriele Romeo at his own recording studio.
The guitars on Gazpacho are recorded in Parma by Paolo Schianchi at Omniamusica Recording Studio.
The violin and the big bass drum on Hora Staccato, the guitar on La Tharda and the drum on Sud Est Mariachi, Hora Staccato and La Tharda are recorded in San Polo D’enza (RE) at Yonders Studio by Luca Serio Bertolini.
The accordeon on Gazpacho is recorded in Castellarano (RE) by Daniele Donadelli at his own recording studio.
All other tracks are recorded by Eusebio Martinelli with the Gipsy Abarth Mobile Studio

Mixing by Luca Serio Bertolini at “Yonder Sudio”, San Polo d’Enza
Mastering by Gianni Versari at “La Maestà” Studio Mastering, Tredozio
Artwork by Robert Kondorosi, Berlin

Produced by Eusebio Martinelli

Info & Booking
Phone: 0039 3286816960
Email: info@eusebiomartinelli.com
www.eusebiomartinelli.com/gipsyabarth


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