Peppe Voltarelli gets remixed by 4MuLA!
‘Scarpe Rosse Impolverate’ (Dusty Red Shoes) by Italian troubadour/cantautore Peppe Voltarelli is re-imagined in an Electro-Swing Remix by New York producer Simone Giuliani also known as 4MuLA.
The busy Italian chansonier/author/actor kicks off his debut tour of Chile, supporting the release with 4 concert dates running from November 28th thru December 3rd followed by more shows in Luxembourg, Italy and Germany.
For more information check out Peppe’s site: http://www.peppevoltarelli.com
Hello everyone –
I’m very pleased to tell you that I recently recorded with Toshiko Akiyoshi and Lew Tabackin.
Toshiko and Lew are two incredible musicians and the most wonderful people. For those who are not familiar with their work, their big band is one of the most legendary in jazz, Toshiko is a 14-time Grammy nominee, they have written some wonderful music through the years and are still kicking! Highly recommended music.
The session was done at MSR Studios, recorded and mixed by Dave Darlington. Special thanks to Brad Leigh and Monday Michiru. Big ups to the musicians: an excellent group of string players, Lew Tabackin on flute, Paul Gill on double bass, Aaron Kimmel on drums, Toshiko Akiyoshi conducting and yours truly on keyboards.
Looking forward to more sessions like this one, this is why I love what I do…
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