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The 11th Pill

by Mop Mop

“The 11th Pill” is above all a mix of latin-jazz, frenetic swing and ballads, respectful to its historical roots from which it is inspired (there are numerous citations), but in a way also "dancefloor-oriented" succeeding perfectly to combine mediterranea
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. From 120 to 140
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2. Capo Est
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3. Frank & Stein
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4. Blues for Gasmann
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5. Amarcord
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6. The 11th Pill
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7. Three Times Bossa
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8. Swan's Splashdown
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9. Fior Di Loto
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10. A Sea of Faces
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“The 11th Pill” is above all a mix of latin-jazz, frenetic swing and ballads, respectful to its historical roots from which it is inspired (there are numerous citations), but in a way also "dancefloor-oriented" succeeding perfectly to combine mediterranean melodies and afro-american beats in a unique modern jazz interpretation. From this definition, the emerging Mop Mop find inspiration for their debut album, merging their characteristic sound; vibes and piano, rhythm and exotic percussion, improvised jazz, italian melodies and hint of electro-vintage.

Tunes include the great original numbers "Frank & Stein", "Capo Est", "From 120 To 140", and "The 11th Pill" -- plus versions of Archie Shepp's "Sea Of Faces", Nino Rota's "Amarcord", and Piero Umilian's "Blues For Gasmann".
The soundtrack "Three times bossa" appear on Woody Allen's movie "To Rome with love", released on 2012


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