“Lost & Found” is Guillermo’s personal tribute to the music of Canadian trumpet player and composer Kenny Wheeler.
Guitarist, composer, educator and music reviewer, Guillermo Bazzola is one of the key names of the “New Jazz from Argentina” of the ‘90s. Since then, he has developed an impressive career both as a guitarist and composer, covering a wide range of styles including: classic swing & bebop, electric jazz rock, new tango and free improvisation, among others. Guillermo is mostly self-taught.
Guillermo has recorded five albums under his own name all of them containing original compositions. The last, “Lost & Found”, is a personal tribute to the music of Canadian trumpet player and composer Kenny Wheeler.
Released December 1, 2020
Guillermo Bazzola: electric guitar, composition
Rodrigo Domínguez: soprano and alto saxophones
Natalio Sued: tenor saxophone
Jerónimo Carmona: acoustic bass
Hernán Mandelman: drums
Recorded by Ariel Schujman at Insigno, Buenos Aires, November 25th., 2018
Produced & mixed by Guillermo Bazzola at Gnu Town Studio, Madrid
Mastered by Dani Batán in Madrid
Group photo: Daniel Ayala
Cover photos : Guillermo Bazzola
Graphic design : Carlos Pagés
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