Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Composed By, Producer – Carlo Actis Dato. Trombone – Gianpiero Malfatto, Matteo Ravizza (tracks: 2-7). Trumpet – Enrico "Saluggiaman" Negro. Tuba, Flute – Gianpiero Malfatto. Matrix, Runout (Disc 1): MESYSCO 79806 - A8209. Matrix, Runout (Disc 2): MESYSCO 79806 - A8210.
Dolce Vita? is a world fusion music album recording by CARLO ACTIS DATO released in 2006 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Carlo Actis Dato: L'Invenzione Del Verso Sfuso Splasc(h) Records. Tomorrow Night Gig by Carlo Actis Dato (2002-04-23) Leo Records.
Carlo Actis Dato (born March 21, 1952, Turin) is an Italian jazz saxophonist and composer Carlo Actis Dato, 2008. Carlo Actis Dato quartet. Noblesse Oblige (Splasch, 1986). Oltremare (Splasch, 1987). Swingin Hanoi (Splasch, 2003). Dolce Vita-Musique Vivante (DeeDee, 2006). World Tour (CAD, 2009). Sin Fronteras (LeoR, 2012). Son para el Che (Splasc(h), 1997). Don Quijote (Splasc(h), 2001).
Biography by Joslyn Layne. Multi-reedist Carlo Actis Dato has performed and recorded modern creative jazz since the 1970s. Over the next 30 years, he played on 50 recordings, serving as co-leader or leader on about 20 of these. Overview . Biography . Discography . Songs .
Dolce Vita places Musique Vivante somewhere between the Carlo Actis Dato Quartet (more overtly jazzy) and Actis Band (his raunchier, more rock unit), with an extra emphasis on the partying, exuberant atmosphere that has become a trademark of Actis Dato's music.
Carlo Actis Dato (born March 21, 1952 in Turin) is an Italian jazz saxophonist and composer Contents. 1 Carlo Actis Dato quartet.
Actis Furioso: Avanti Popolo! by AAJ Italy Staff, published on February 15, 2006. Personnel: Luca Calabrese (tromba); Marco Rigoletti (tromba); Gianpiero Malfatto (trombone); Piero Ponzo (alto sax; piccolo clarinetto); Beppe Di Filippo (soprano; alto sax); Carlo Actis Dato (sax tenore e baritono; clarinetto basso); Pino Romeo (sax baritono e basso); Enrico Fazio (basso); Fiorenzo Sordini (batteria); Ferdinando Despaigne.