|After the release of « Brooklyn Sessions » in 2016, he returns with a new project called “Oriundo” for October 2021. “Oriundo” (meaning a person whose parents were immigrants) promises energic jazz, mainly focused on the complex and delicate rhythms of the drums. From “Tanger” to the “Quartieri Spagnoli” (the Spanish Quarters), Simone transcribes the palpable life energy of those places through his music. Elegant, spontaneously dynamic and definitely modern.|
Also Simone worked with great musicians on this project.
Klauss Mueller: He has been an integral part of the New Yorker Jazz and Brazilian music scene having performed and recorded with artists such as Portinho, Ron Carter, the New York Voices, Harry Allen, Leny Andrade, Paquito D’ Rivera, Steve LaSpina, Emilio Santiago, Marcos Valle, Toninho Horta, Filó Machado.
Edward Perez: Perez began his career as a jazz bassist, but quickly branched out to Latin-Jazz and traditional styles from Peru, Colombia, Brazil, and other parts of South America.
Currently, he co-leads the Terraza Big Band, an 18 piece jazz group which some of the strongest up-and-coming players on the New York scene gather together.
Essiet Okon Essiet: His early exposure to many cultures, languages, folkways and religions, fostered his world view of strength through diversity. In 1997, he was asked to join an incarnation of the Blue Note Allstars which included Greg Osby, Javon Jackson, Tim Hagens, Kevin Hays, and Bill Stewart. Currently, Essiet leads his own group called "IBO" named after a Nigerian tribe. It is a Nigerian jazz project which mixes jazz harmonies with West African rhythms.
|1||Simone Prattico||Quartieri Spagnoli|
|2||Simone Prattico||Bay Ridge|
|3||Simone Prattico||Push And Pull|
|6||Simone Prattico||Village Debate|
|7||Simone Prattico||Promise Me You´ll Remember|
|8||Simone Prattico||That´s It|