The saxophonist Marcelo Monteiro from São Paulo – Brazil, has just released his first álbum. The base of his work is a trio (tenor sax, double bass and drum), this trio is playing in the new jazz scene from São Paulo.
The trio is composed by Marcelo Monteiro – sax, Daniel Amorin – double bass and Maurício Caetano on drums. There are special guests, Amílcar Rodrigues on the trumpet, Didi Machado on the trombone and Lucas Vargas on the keyboard in only one song that has a harmonic intrument.
Arrangements, compositions and production by Marcelo Monteiro. His songs can be classified as modern jazz, a little influence of brazilian rhythms and groovy, but with a unique sound.
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