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Vibrham

Vibrham

  • By Vibrham
  • Release 07/11/2006
  • Music Genre Jazz
  • Media Format CD
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Vibrham is a very uncommon organ-based trio! Formed by Francesco Fabbri (Hammond B3), Jacopo Bazzarri (Vibes) and Massimo Discepoli (Drums) the band found another way to play jazz, with the amazing strenght of Hammond organ and the melodic and smooth sound of the vibes. The music of Vibrham trio is a mix of jazz, Funk, Swing and Drum&Bass. Eight tracks, each composed by one or more member of the Band! Walkin in Harlem is a powerful funky tunes composed by Francesco Fabbri when he was in harlem to have lessons with the greatest Dr. Lonnie Smith. Icaro is a dreaming jazz-latin tunes, composed by Massimo Discepoli. From jhon to jhon (intentionally wrong!!) is another straight-up funky composition made by the organist Francesco fabbri. Kandisky is the Drum&bass tunes! This is an amazing song with a lot of tempo changes inside! Sballad is a melodyc song played only with vibes and marimba from Jacopo Bazzarri and composed by Bazzarri and Fabbri togheter. Blues. It is how Francesco fabbri use to see the blues! Quiet song is a latin feel composition by the vibraphonist jacopo Bazzarri. Dr. Smith is the last track of this album! Dedicated to the great Dr. Lonnie Smith and composed by Francesco fabbri.

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Artist: Vibrham
Title: Vibrham
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 07/11/2006
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CD
UPC: 8033324300015
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