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by Marco Marzola

Bassist Marco Marzola with his quartet featuring Dizzy Gillespie guitarist Ed Cherry, play a wide variety of honest and personal jazz music.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Blue in Green
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2. Caravan
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3. Changing Times
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4. Manteca
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5. Mogadishu
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6. Odwalla
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7. Prince of Darknes
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8. Prince
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9. The Spirits Speak
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10. Sunset and the Mockingbird
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Album Notes
M. Marzola’s artistic formation started in the conservatory of Ferrara.
In 1982 he moved to New York where he studied acustic bass with Barry Harris and Buster Williams.
Captured by Jazz he frequentied the clubs of Harlem and the Village collaborating with important representatives of the Afro-American music.
He also became interested in ethnic music.
From multiple experience he gained the capacity to adapt to different musical context.
After working for many years as a Sideman, it’s the time to make his band with prestigious guests play his music and express his musical concept.
He tried to learn as much as possible under the guidance of the great masters and it’ s an honor and privilege to carry on the lineage that makes this music such an artistically rich art form.

Jimmy Lovelace, Tommy Tarantine, Jimmy Owens, Paul Jeffrey, Craig Handy, Betty Carter, Peter Martin, Greg Hutchinson, Harold Land, George Cables, Tommy Campbell, Tony Scott, Bruce Forman, Jimmy Cobb, Jessy Davis, John Clark, Sherman Irby, James Zollar, Chuck McPherson, John Hicks, Steve Turre, Dion Parson, Ed Cherry, Akua Dixon, Jaimeo Brown, Darrell Green, Giulio Capiozzo, Flavio Boltro, Carlo Atti, Stefano Bollani, Giancarlo Bianchetti, Mauro Grossi, Pietro Tonolo, Roberto Rossi, Emanuele Cisi, Paolo Mappa, Marco Tamburini, Oscar Zenari, Nico Menci, Max Chiarella, Fabrizio Bosso..
Seminars with: Tommy Campbell, Steve Turre, Bruce Forman, George Cables.
He's participated to radiotelevisive transmissions in Italy and the foreign country.
Europe, United States, Japan.


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