Jazz The best music site on the web there is where you can read about and listen to blues, jazz, classical music and much more. This is your ultimate music resource. Tons of albums can be found within. http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/1703.html Wed, 26 Feb 2020 13:07:52 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Fausto Papetti - Dreaming with Fausto Papetti (1976) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/1703-fausto-papetti/22742-fausto-papetti-dreaming-with-fausto-papetti-1976.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/1703-fausto-papetti/22742-fausto-papetti-dreaming-with-fausto-papetti-1976.html Fausto Papetti - Dreaming with Fausto Papetti (1976)

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A1 	Woman In Love 	3:27
A2 	Sympathy 	2:40
A3 	Rain And Tears 	3:05
A4 	This Guy's In Love With You 	3:26
A5 	The Last Waltz 	2:26
A6 	Massachusetts 	2:19
B1 	White Lady 	2:59
B2 	Sleepy Shores 	2:56
B3 	I'll Never Fall In Love Again 	2:33
B4 	Imagine 	3:10
B5 	Yesterday 	3:08
B6 	The Shadow Of Your Smile 	2:41

 

Fausto Papetti (28 January 1923 15 June 1999) was an Italian alto saxophone player. He is unarguably one of the greatest & most accomplished Saxophonists of all times. His works has been widely well-known all over the world for the last six decades. He has played the majority of most famous world Hits and pop & jazz songs of 20th century, in 45 years of his career.

He was born at Viggiù in Lombardy.

His performance of the song "Love's Theme" (originally by Barry White's Love Unlimited Orchestra) was featured on the breakbeat compilation "Ultimate Breaks and Beats".

Papetti became well known for all the 1960s and 1970s, and all his new album reaches the top of the hit parade; he was also printed in all the Latin American market. During the period of greatest splendour, the 1970s, Papetti also produced two collections a year, the best-selling being the 20th one, which came up first in 1975. --- radioswisspop.ch

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Fausto Papetti - Feelings (1995) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/1703-fausto-papetti/22351-fausto-papetti-feelings-1995.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/1703-fausto-papetti/22351-fausto-papetti-feelings-1995.html Fausto Papetti - Feelings (1995)

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1 	Feelings 	
2 	The Shadow Of Your Smile 	
3 	In A Sentimental Mood 	
4 	Love Me Tender 	
5 	Blue Eyes 	
6 	Run To Me 	
7 	Strangers In The Night 	
8 	Laura 	
9 	Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 	
10 	Unchained Melody 	
11 	Sleepy Shores 	
12 	The Windmills Of Your Mind 	
13 	Un Homme Et Une Femme 	
14 	Yesterday 	
15 	Love Story 	
16 	Blue Moon 	
17 	Bilitis 	
18 	The Way We Were

 

Fausto Papetti (28 January 1923 15 June 1999) was an Italian alto saxophone player. He is unarguably one of the greatest & most accomplished Saxophonists of all times. His works has been widely well-known all over the world for the last six decades. He has played the majority of most famous world Hits and pop & jazz songs of 20th century, in 45 years of his career.

He was born at Viggiù in Lombardy.

His performance of the song "Love's Theme" (originally by Barry White's Love Unlimited Orchestra) was featured on the breakbeat compilation "Ultimate Breaks and Beats".

Papetti became well known for all the 1960s and 1970s, and all his new album reaches the top of the hit parade; he was also printed in all the Latin American market. During the period of greatest splendour, the 1970s, Papetti also produced two collections a year, the best-selling being the 20th one, which came up first in 1975.

These records are also characterized for the sexy covers. He became a real father of that musical kind, and in the 1970s many imitators appeared, like Johnny Sax or Piergiorgio Farina.

He died in San Remo. --- radioswisspop.ch

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Fausto Papetti - Magic Sax Celebration (2009) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/1703-fausto-papetti/5936-fausto-papetti-magic-sax-celebration-2009.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/1703-fausto-papetti/5936-fausto-papetti-magic-sax-celebration-2009.html Fausto Papetti - Magic Sax Celebration (2009)

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01. Medley - Samba Pa Ti - Sax Party
02. Libertango
03. A Summer Place
04. Song For My Father
05. Con Te Partiro
06. And I Love Her
07. Medley - Magic Sax - Feelings
08. Brivido Felino
09. My Way
10. Memory
11. London Fever
12. Caruso

 

His career began in 1957 when, having been part of some jazz orchestras, began playing with the group “I Campioni” (The Champions), which at the time was accompanying on disk and in concert the singer Tony Dallara.

He left the group in 1959, signing a contract for the Durium as a session man,then playing in disks of various artists of that recording house. One day, however, the director of the big orchestra, of which he was part, did not want to record the B side of a single (45 rpm) record because the piece chosen, "Estate violenta" (Violent summer) from film homonymous, had not a satisfactory arrangement. The producer, eager to finish, then decided to do without the orchestra and to convene immediately the rhythm section of the same formation, which consisted of ur parts: bass, drums, guitar and sax.

The young saxophonist to whom the song of the film wss entrusted, was indeed Fausto Papetti who during the tests improvises a personal elaboration of the melody, which the rhythm section highlighted with perfect intuition. After the test Papetti claims to be ready to start but the registration had already been made, without the four boys knew it, during the test itself.

The single "Estate violenta" was published in 1960 under the name "Fausto Papetti Sax and rhythms", and had such a successful sale, exceeding that of the original soundtrack of the film, to convince the Durium to let him record, in the same year, his first album, simply titled "Raccolta" (Collection). This is a collection of famous songs of that period (such as the musical theme of the film "La dolce vita" (The sweet life), written by Nino Rota or "Scandalo al sole" (A summer place), without omitting his first love, the jazz, with "Cheek to Cheek", arranged in instrumental version.

Starting with this disk, all his other ones will have the same title, changing only the numeration. Among the musicians accompanying him there was the famous drummer Pupo De Luca, who, in the years following, will play with Adriano Celentano and Enzo Jannacci and then he will devote himself to cinema as an actor.

Papetti became very famous for all the '60s and the '70s, and each his new album reaches the top of sales charts, is also printed in the whole Latin American market. During the period of greatest splendor, the '70s, Papetti produces even two "Raccolta" in a year, the best-selling is the 20th that came to first place in 1975. These disks are also characterized for the covers on which they appeared, especially in the '70s, girls in undressed winking poses. He then becomes a real founder of a genre, and in the 70s many are his imitators, like Johnny Sax or Piergiorgio Farina. To the disks "Raccolta" must then be added some theme albums, such as "Old America", "Evergreen", "Bonjour France", "Made in Italy", "Rhythms of Latin America", "Cinema anni '60","Cinema anni '70". In 1985, after 25 years, he left the Durium to go to CBS, which from 1988 onwards was acquired by Sony Music; since 1989 he recorded for the Fonit Cetra. Fausto Papetti died in 1999 and is buried to Ospedaletti, where he lived for over twenty-five years. --win.keros.it

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