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Brandy Jensen

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29.01.2011

Sandro Dominelli

Published in Artist Biographies
Sandro Dominelli is one of Canada`s most creative, talented and tasteful drummers. Through his continuing success’ as a much sought-after composer, bandleader, side man, and producer he has proven to be an established luminary in the Canadian music scene.

Sandro’s musical sensibilities have caught the attention of international and local jazz icons alike, who have been inspired to perform or record with his influence. His collaborations include a long list of the veritable whos who of the ja …

The Alvo Sessions’ is the most recent recording undertaken by Sandro Dominelli. Recorded in New York City, the indian inspired guitar playing of Rez Abbasi, with the electric bass sounds of Chris Tarry, and the thick grooves of Sandro Dominelli have all come together to create an unprecedented sound. This is an exciting new project, that brings jazz aficionados and new listeners alike together in the appreciation of great music.

Featuring Sandro Dominelli’s interpretation of Chris Issa