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Eleonora Strino talks Jazz Guitar Today’s Bob Bakert about her recent analog recording with Joey Baron and Greg Cohen. Release date soon.

Eleonora: We recorded at the historic Emil Berliner Studios in Berlin on November 17 – purely live, premixed to analog 2 track tape (Studer 2 track tape machine). My trio for this recording were the legendary musicians, Joey Baron and Greg Cohen. It is one of my biggest dreams because I decided to become a jazz guitarist when I first heard Jim Hall. Of course, Joey Baron played with Jim Hall for a long time, as well as with Bill Frisell and many of the jazz legends.

Album Tracks:

1) I Let a Song Go Out of my Heart (D. Ellington) 

2) I Got Rhythm (G. Gershwin) 

3) Somewhere Over the Rainbow (H. Arlen) 

4) Estate (Bruno Martino) 

5) It Don’t Mean a Thing (D. Ellington) 

6) I Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good (D. Ellington) 

7) Il Postino (l. Bacalov) 

More on Eleonora’s album when it comes out.


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