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A mixture of traditions, genres and musical and artistic experiences that has given life to a new and unique instrumental music recording project. "Travel" collects original pieces written by the trumpeter Marco Vezzoso and the pianist Alessandro Collina. The compositions were then performed by the duo together with the famous drummer Trilok Gurtu, father of world music, and Dominique Di Piazza, one of the best bass players in the world, who found themselves in the recording studio 30 years after their historic world tour. With guitarist John McLaughlin.
A mixture of traditions, genres and musical and artistic experiences that has given life to a new and unique instrumental music recording project. "Travel" collects original pieces written by the trumpeter Marco Vezzoso and the pianist Alessandro Collina. The compositions were then performed by the duo together with the famous drummer Trilok Gurtu, father of world music, and Dominique Di Piazza, one of the best bass players in the world, who found themselves in the recording studio 30 years after their historic world tour. With guitarist John McLaughlin.
855925004684

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Format: CD
Label: ITI RECORDS
Rel. Date: 03/11/2022
UPC: 855925004684

Travel
Artist: Marco Vezzoso / Collina,Alessandro
Format: CD
New: In Print Available to Order $13.98
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DISC: 1

1. Breathing Istanbul (4:19)
2. A Tuk Tuk for Phnom Penh (5:34)
3. Oslo No Light (5:41)
4. Wake Uo in Manila (4:54)
5. Jakarta's Skyline (4:38)
6. Moonlight in Prague (5:49)
7. Canton's Mood (5:28)
8. A Foggy Tokyo (4:28)

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A mixture of traditions, genres and musical and artistic experiences that has given life to a new and unique instrumental music recording project. "Travel" collects original pieces written by the trumpeter Marco Vezzoso and the pianist Alessandro Collina. The compositions were then performed by the duo together with the famous drummer Trilok Gurtu, father of world music, and Dominique Di Piazza, one of the best bass players in the world, who found themselves in the recording studio 30 years after their historic world tour. With guitarist John McLaughlin.
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