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Carlo Fimiani

Carlo Fimiani - Too Early - 2007 - Guitar Nine Records

After a long stay in L.A, the talented Italian fusion guitarist Carlo Fimiani achieved a certificate with Honour at the prestigious G.I.T., studying with musicians like Scott Henderson, Joe Diorio, Brett Garsed and T.J. Helmerich. Carlo is clearly influenced by some of these great musicians. Some of Carlo’s other favourite musicians include Eric Clapton, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, B.B. King, Herbie Hancock, Weather Report, and Chick Corea. “Too Early” is a really good album of stellar axemanship. Carlo is assisted by numerous high profile Italian musicians as well as the great English drummer, Gavin Harrison of Porcupine Tree and King Crimson. Try and listen to Carlo’s exceptional “"Alter Ego" album [All tracks @ 320 Kbps: File size = 78.4 Mb]


1 Falsa Partenza (0:58)
2 Radio Zapping (4:03)
3 Totem (3:37)
4 Clara (4:43)
5 Steve's Strings (5:13)
6 Enigma (4:11)
7 Too Early (3:21)
8 Outlaw Blues (3:49)
9 Flat Five (3:34)

All tracks composed by Carlo Fimiani except Track 9 by Michele Ascolese & Carlo Fimiani


Carlo Fimiani - Guitars
Torindo Colangione, Tommaso Seannapieco, Paolo Pelella, Pasquale De Angelis, Dario Deidda, Antonio De Luise - Bass
Pino Tafuto - Rhodes, Keyboards
Guglielmo Guglielmi - Piano
Alessandro La Corte - Rhodes
Julian Oliver Mazzariello - Hammond, Piano Solo
Walter Calloni, Vittorio Riva, Gavin Harrison, Rocco Salzano - Drums
Carmine Bruno - Percussion
Jerry Popolo - Tenor Sax

BIO [Translated from Italian]

Dire Straits, Pink Floyd, Van Halen, are the idols of young Carlo. But when he hears the notes of a certain Mike Stern, becomes stronger the necessity to understand much more. The diploma with merit note at C.P.M. in Milan wit Danilo Minotti is followed by a long stay in Los Angeles where Carlo gets a certificate with Honor at the prestigious G.I.T., studying with Scott Handerson, J. Diorio, B. Garsed, T.J. Helmerich, D. Gilbert, and taking part in the seminars of Frank Gambale, Steve Vai, Mike Stern, Carl Verheyen, Blues Saraceno, Vinnie Moore and many other bigs of the six strings: is this unforgettable american experience to form the style, the musical taste and didactic preparation. In 1995 is II at the European competition for rock-fusion guitar players in Losanna (CH). He played, among the others, with Michele Zarrillo (’93-’94), with Tullio De Piscopo (2001), both in pop area and in jazz area (villa celimontana jazz in Rome, music international meetings in Salerno, villa manzoni jazz in Milan, recco blues etc…), with Carl Anderson ( the championship Giuda nero of jesus Christ superstar). Since 2002 he is in tour with Gino Paoli, with whom takes part in several tv programmes among which La Vita in Diretta- Rai 2, Sanremo Top- Rai 1, Baciami Versilia- Rai 1- 40 anni Beatles- Italia 1. Actually he also works together with Marzo Zurzolo, with whose quintet he played at Montreal Jazz Fest, Umbria Jazz, Pomigliano Jazz, Ischia Week End Jazz Festival, Blue Note NY and Blue Note Milan. In 2005-06 with Ornella Vanoni and Gino Paoli he took part in the important theatrical tour ended with the cd and dvd live’s publication. © http://www.carlofimiani.com/biografia.asp


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