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Milano Jazz Dance Combo - Much More featuring Colonel Red

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Produced by LO GRECO bros (Soulstance / Schema Records) together with NICK RECORDKICKS, MILANO JAZZ-DANCE COMBO is a brand new project heavily inspired by the great UK Jazz-dance scene of the early 80s and by all the real dancefloor jazz movements of the past 3 decades. Gianni & Enzo LoGreco (aka Lo Greco bros) are prominent figures of Milano's new jazz scene. As Soulstance and Quintetto Lo Greco they've released 5 albums on Schema Records, produced 3 albums for Gerardo Frisina, worked amongst the others with Nicola Conte, Rosalia De Souza, produced Mario Biondi's smash single “This is what you are” as well as collaborated with international acts like Jobim and Lalo Shifrin. For this new project Gianni&Enzo brought together in their Milan studio, located in the fancy ISOLA neighbourhood 50mt from the legendary Blue Note club, some of the best musicians from the city's jazz scene. On vocals we're pleased to welcome some truly talents of today’s funk&soul scene like COLONEL RED who has been performing in the last years with Flowriders, Bugz in Attic and Unity amongst the others and who is just about to launch his second solo album “Sweet liberation”, DIONNE CHARLES from heavily acclaimed deep funk combo Baby Charles, ALICE RICCIARDI who works with Nicola Conte and has recently released her solo debut album on Blue Note, ROXIE RAY from aussy deep funk combo Dojo Cuts, recently picked up by Lack Of Afro to sing on his new album KATHERINE RUESTOW from US soul ambassadors The Diplomats of Solid Sound and FELIX. On the album you'll find 13 tracks of hot, fast and furious jazz-dance madness, full of rhythm, horns, percussions and groove. This is dancefloor jazz for true music lovers.

Source: Record Kicks

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Tags: milano, jazz

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