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Marcello Cassanelli dives into jazz, fusion, and experimental arrangements on new album.
(Published: August 22, 2020)

Marcello Cassanelli is a fresh talent with a focus on creating jazz music with a modern twist. Recently, he released a new studio album titled Overtour, which has seven songs on it. The record kicks off with the song "Kotor Bay," which immediately gives the record a positive upcharge. The tempo is upbeat and dynamic, with articulate rhythm patterns and incredibly diverse melodies, bringing the song to different directions, while still retaining its own touch. The track "Bairro Alto" also features some distinctive Latin flavors, and a sophisticated piano arrangement that drives the performance of the combo.

The song "Giulia" is a sweet, romantic moment with a mellow vibe. I enjoy the laid-back texture and the fact that the song has a more traditional jazz feel to it. The title track itself is a bit of an experimental song, featuring some edgy electronic sounds and a nice electric piano to add something different to the mix. "Late Night" creates a cool contrast, because it combines classic influences with modern ideas, especially in the way acoustic and electric sounds merge in. "Prelude to La Fiesta" is a return to the busier, more sophisticated piano arrangement and the fast-paced dynamics of the earlier tracks on the album. This is perhaps one of the most ambitious compositions on this release, and Marcello hits the mark from the very first note, creating excellent rhythm patterns and endearing melodies. Last, but definitely not least, the song "Fused" is actually a perfect curtain closer for this album, giving almost a fusion and progressive edge to the performance. This track is ultimately a testament to a live band that's got so much edge and chemistry, and it is a perfect example of Marcello's diverse artistic sensibilities and compositional skills. In conclusion, this album is most definitely going to be your cup of tea if you like jazz-infused music with a more technical side to it. In spite of the songs focusing on musicianship, the tracks are also beautifully emotional and direct.

Find out more about Marcello Cassanelli and do not miss out on the artist's most recent studio album, Overtour, which is currently available on Spotify or on many other digital music streaming platforms on the web.

More Information: https://marcelloclaudiocassanelli.com

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