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Bob Niederriter is a jazz artist. He is a composer, guitarist and arranger who has studied and performed with great artists in jazz and modern classical music and has doggedly pursued excellence in the field, immersing himself in the music while seeking inspiration and instruction from the masters. He is also an accomplished glass blower, painter, cook, and gardener, and his work in each of these areas is expressive of a consistent vision coupled with ample talent and a quiet but potent work ethic.
"Soundtrack Emotions" is the latest album from Turkish-born, Italian-raised saxophonist and composer Mirko Fait with his splendid new line-up, the "Movies Key Sextet". Don't miss this album, it's chill-out jazz at its best and absolutley perfect for those sultry summer evenings. (Visit the IndieGuild CDstore for direct "buy" links.)
Once again Paolo Pavan's piano and Pasqualino Ubaldini's acoustic guitar come together in a delightful seven track acoustic album of jazzy Mediterranean instrumentals that never fail to please even the most discerning listener. (Visit the IndieGuild Downloads page for direct "free download" links.)
The Bruskers are Matteo Minozzi and Eugenio Polacchini, two guitarists with very different backgrounds whose personalities intertwine in this ensemble resulting in a highly varied and eccentric mixture of ideas, sounds, and rhythms, all drawn tightly together by a common vision that counterbalances the contrasts and exalts the creative invention.