Dado Moroni – Live in Beverly HillsMarch 4, 2011 / No Comments / Tags: dado moroni, live in beverly hills, marco panascia, peter erskine, resonance records, thejazzpage
Live in Beverly Hills is the latest from Italian pianist Dado Moroni, recorded in a city that’s known more for movie stars than jazz bars. Moroni and his trio of drumming great Peter Erskine and bassist Marco Panacia give a spirited performance in a front of a receptive audience at the Rising Jazz Stars venue in the world-renown Los Angeles suburb. Erskine and Panacia provide a solid musical canvas for Moroni’s broad strokes and vibrant splashes of color. The three musicians cover a range of tunes by various composers, including three written by Moroni. If hearing these three great artists work together weren’t enough, the project includes a DVD of the performances that is equally captivating and thoroughly enjoyable.
Click here to listen to a clip of “Where Is Love”.
Tracks: Ghananian Village, Django, Where Is Love, I Hear a Rhapsody, Einbahnstrasse, Vitti Na Crozza, Noze Off, Jamal.