Friday, July 22, 2016

Joe Diorio - Bonita

The talented guitarist Joe Diorio has mostly recorded for obscure record companies throughout his career including this set for the completely forgotten Zdenek label. The early-'80s LP features Diorio (who has always had his own sound) in a trio/quartet with other Los Angeles-based musicians : keyboardist Carl Schroeder, bassist Bob Magnusson and drummer Jim Plank. Diorio stretches out on five standards (including Jobim's "Bonita") plus one of his originals, playing some fine post-bop guitar that is often strikingly original.
Scott Yanow

Source : http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:gxfexqthldje

Joe Diorio
Bonita

Tracks

1 Bonita (Jobim)  5:07
2 If I Should Lose You (Robin, Rainger)  6:49
3 Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most (Wolf, Lendesman)  4:05
4 Talla Sunshine - Naima Rainbow, Dance for Their Father (Diorio, Beraldi)  4:41
5 Bloomdido (Parker)  2:40
6 Hello Young Lovers (Hammerstein, Rodgers)  6:50
7 Send in the Clowns* (Sondheim)  3:12

* Bonus Track - Previously unreleased

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Personnel
Joe Diorio - el 6 & 12-string g
Bob Magnusson - b
Jim Plank - dr
Carl Schroeder - p & fender rhodes piano

Recorded at Spectrum Studios, Venice Beach, California on January 1980

11 comments:

wightdj said...

Doing some catch up with this early Joe. Thanks.

velobrewer said...

I haven't heard any Joe Diorio since the mod-70's when friends and I first started collecting jazz. I'm really looking forward to this -- MORE THAN FRIENDS was excellent as I'm sure this is as well. Thank you!

rio said...

early Diorio's work's is great.Thank you

ita diegues said...

Thank you Melanchthon.

SAMTHEMAN said...

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jose arboleda said...

Gracias.

AmyBRAINS said...

Thanks a lot, Melanchthon.

rowgatien said...

I'm not missing this again!!
Thanks.

Melanchthon said...

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Peter said...

Dear Melanchthon,

thank you very much for this.

Anonymous said...

Wouldn't have heard this great musician without your work, MM. Thank you.