Filippo Bianchini: tenor sax
Nicola Andrioli: piano
Jean Louis Rassinfosse:double bass
Armando Luongo: drums;
special guest Jean Paul Estievenart: trumpet
All Music is arranged by Lorenzo Agnifili exept #7;
Recorder 22nd and 23th may 2017 in Studio Ledeberg -Gent- by Peter Anthonissen
Mix in August 2017 in ACE STUDIO -Antwerp- by Frank Van Bogaert; Voyage
This tribute to the music of Salvatore Adamo features magnificent arrangements and will not leave you indifferent.
Along this album, it is such a beautiful voyage that offers us Filippo Bianchini, amazingly well supported in this last opus.
Filippo Bianchini: tenor and sop sax; compositions.
Nicola Andrioli: piano, fender rhodes.
Jean-Louis Rassinfosse: double bass.
Armando Luongo: drums.
Rec at Igloo Studio Bxl by Daniel Léon
Mix in Amsterdam (NL) by Nina Kraszewska
Edit by September Music (BE)
Beautiful sound and compositions. ”
“Here is is a tight and imaginative band, as illustrated by their recording, which shows some uncompromising jazz playing and an ability to create various moods, from high energy swinging pieces to sensitive ballads. Strong individuals and beautiful group playing. Definitely worth a listen.”
Michel Herr pianist, composer/arranger
”..Modern jazz, well structured and excellently executed..
..an Album honest and direct, with a tasty details;
It is a pleasure to listen it and a good first step for this musician to follow.”
All About Jazz
The Album of Filippo Bianchini explores the refined atmosphere and explosive, soft and intense, with a capacity above average to realize interesting and never banal atmosphere”. JAZZ iT Magazine
” Great band and very good writing.
A wonderful CD debut by a very talented and honest musician and his great band”
Eric Ineke, drummer
I listened to this disc with much pleasure and I discovered the excellent quality of Filippo Bianchini b as saxophonist, sounding solid and mature phrasing and fluid, and as a composer inspired and skillful arranger.
I am sure that very soon everyone will talk about him.
Good luck !!
Max Ionata, Saxophonist
Un album qui requiert toute notre attention dans notre “jungle” du jazz belge… Quelqu’un à découvrir aussi en scène.
Claude Loxhay -JazzHalo Magazine-