Friday, July 22, 2016

E Venia Da Campi Che di Cerri Sentia

Franco Cerri was not only one of the world's most popular and the most authoritative Italian guitarists, but was also one of the most important stylist in the European jazz world. He began his long and prolific career in 1945 with Gorni Kramer and in 1949 he accompanied Django Reinhardt. In the 1950s he was near great jazz masters. Working with musicians from Chet Baker to Gerry Mulligan, and from Billie Holliday to Lee Konitz, and in modern jazz quartet, he became a leader in the Italian and European jazz world. On January 1, 2006 he was named "Commendatore della Repubblica" (official title awarded for service to Italy) by President of the Italian Republic Carlo Azeglio Ciampi. 

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Franco Cerri
E Venia Da Campi
Che di Cerri Sentia


1 E Venia Da' Campi Che di Cerri Sentia (Cerri)  7:15
2 Brasil (Barroso)  4:22
3 Fine & Dandy (Swift)  9:17
4 All the Way (VanHeusen)  2:56
5 S.O.S. (Cerri)  7:05
6 But Not for Me (Gershwin)  4:21
7 It Could Happen to You (Burke, VanHeusen)  2:35
8 Look for the Silver Lining (Kern)  8:20
9 The Days of Wine and Roses (Mancini)  8:07
10 When the Saints Go Marchin' In (Trad.)  3:56
11 Sultry Serenade (Ellington, Glenn)  6:01


Franco Cerri - g
Alberto Gurrisi - org
Mattia Magaletti - b
Riccardo Tosi - dr

Recorded at Studio Forzani, Milano, Italy ; May 29 & 30, 2008


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Blue Eyes said...

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Albertito Jazz said...

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AmyBRAINS said...

It' really a great post!!
Thanks a lot, Melanchthon.

jose arboleda said...

Muchas gracias.

flyra said...

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fusionman said...

Mel, can you please re upload this album. Thanks in advance,


Melanchthon said...

Fred Archtop said...

Thanks Mel. I love Franco.

Peter said...

Dear Melanchthon,

thank you very much for this one.

deGallo said...

Thank you.

Kovina Kris said...

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