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James Senese

James Senese

James Senese


James Senese is an italian saxman who became famous in the '60s with a band called "the Showmen". In the '70s he became internationally famous playing in a jazz-rock band called "Napoli Centrale" which involved some other artists as Tony Walmsley, Mark Harris, Franco Del Prete and Pino Daniele. Since the '80s he has been playing as a solo or cooperating with other singers and musicians as Gil Evans, Roberto De Simone and the Art Ensemble of Chicago. Read more on Last.fm
James Senese is an italian saxman who became famous in the '60s with a band called "the Showmen". In the '70s he became internationally famous playing in a jazz-rock band called "Napoli Centrale" which involved some other artists as Tony Walmsley, Mark Harris, Franco Del Prete and Pino Daniele. Since the '80s he has been playing as a solo or cooperating with other singers and musicians as Gil Evans, Roberto De Simone and the Art Ensemble of Chicago. His masterpieces are: "Napoli Centrale", "Mattanza", "Qualcosa ca nu'mmore", "Hey James". Here's a quote from his biography "Je sto ccà" written by Carmine Aymone: "I was born as a blackman and I was born in Miano, I play sax, I play it half way between Naples and Bronx, I study John Coltrane all day long, I fell in love with Miles Davis and Weather Report and I always create by instinct, trying to find a language of my own, never imitating. My Sax bears the scars of life's joy and sorrow. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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