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Mazy Tales by Ronaldo Folegatti

Please allow me to introduce you to a new Brazilian guitarist whose eclectic and joyful approach to music is well worth the time of every jazz listener. His name is Ronaldo Folegatti, and his CD collection is titled MAZY TALES. This collection is a long and enjoyable journey, always entertaining, always lively, with a total of 16 selections.

Two standout selections on this fine CD collection are "Chameguin," and the lovely "Valerie," both worthy of airplay time. Other selections include "Batata-Doce," "Fairy Tale," "Maiposas," the lively "Seven Tails for Seven Tales," "Pensando em Voce" which features the performances of Folegatti, Borginhos on accordion, Burkland Schlothauer on violin, and some sensitive vocal performances, "Arpeggio" featuring the clarinet talents of Cristiano Alves, vocals by Jaqueline Hecker, and "Cumdengu Da" among other selections. MAZY TALES is Brazilian jazz at its most endearing and magical.

For those who enjoy Brazilian jazz, the collection titled MAZY TALES is a sure winner, and for those new to this type of music, it will be a treat and highly entertaining. Ronaldo Folegatti is a first-rate guitar player, and MAZY TALES highlights his style and verve. Excellent collection of songs!

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Ronaldo Folegatti
  • CD Title: Mazy Tales
  • Genre: Brazilian Jazz / Brazilian Pop Jazz
  • Year Released: 2000
  • Record Label: Folegatti Music
  • Musicians: Ronaldo Folegatti, guitar, teclados, composer, leader. Various guest artists.
  • Rating: Five Stars
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