Mediterranean Tales

Enja Records

Mediterranean Tales

Mediterranean Tales - Enja Records - Pasquale Stafano Gianni Iorio
Release Date: January 10, 2020
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New music, new compositions, tales of people, encounters, passion, love translated into original compositions that have as their lead the journey in the time and space in the music, from jazz to world music, from classic to pop and to the Mediterranean melody that is always on the background

Matthias Winckelmann – CEO Enja Records

“A chamberesque elegance and precision pervades Iorio and Stafano’s music, with contrapuntal lines an almost constant feature of their diaolgs. […] The music’s charms, however, are the sum of its parts, and it’s in the duo’s deep chemistry where the real magic lies.”
All About Jazz – USA by Ian Patterson

“Di melodia pura e sorgiva è costruito brano su brano questo incantevole Mediterranean Tales”.
Audioreview by Guido Festinese

“We are dealing with two excellent musicians, capable of declining any verb. The Day Is Gone Mediterranean foam, passion, strong smells. Passion that is heard in the period of the two musicians “
Recensione Rivista Musica Jazz di Alceste Ayroldi

“These” Mediterranean Tales “are a proof of maturity: on the thread of six original compositions far from any idea of cast, Buenos Aires becomes a Mediterranean city and music is filled with languor of sea and wind sailing between melodies and improvisation.”
Corriere della sera di Fabrizio Versienti

“The music of these duos always telling stories in a different way. I highly recommend you listen.”
MM JAZZ Magazine KOREA by Pianist Kim Ji-sun

“This duo much loved in Korea since 2013 after their participation in the Jarasum Jazz Festival tells of six musical scenarios with a lot of lyricism”
Review- Jazz People Magazine Korea

“In this album what dominates is beauty. The beauty of their compositions, aesthetically impeccable”
Diskory Xeion – Cyprus

“An album that has a balsamic effect on the soul. It needs to guarded jealously”
Strumenti e Musica – Stefano Dentice