Contact Now!

A man at the clock

Up is a Jazz/World self-produced album by Pasqualino Ubaldini, Paolo and Roberto Pavan.
The album tells a journey through the sounds and colors of the World. Among the compositions, there are typical music styles from various ethnic traditions. “Savarnah”, a samba feeling; “Ballata del Felipe” is a rumba; “Adkezin” is a flamenco with an Arabic influenced style; “A Man At The Clock” and “Promenade” with a Manouche/ragtime styles, are inspired by Harold Lloyd’s film (Safety Last); “Black Trees” and “Five Special Blues” are typical blues ballads; “Saltimbanco” is a Tango feeling; “Pioggia” and “Fado” are fragments of inspired music.

Among the ethnic instruments used in the creation of the album are: Oud, Kazoo, traditional percussion, Hammond Organ and accordion.

Pasqualino Ubaldini was born in Rome in 1965. Has studied guitar with Maurizio Lazzaro, Fabio Mariani and Stefano Micarelli. He plays acoustic/electric guitars and typical instruments like the Oud, Saz, Bouzuki, Mandolino and [read more]


Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter

7 February, 2021