GEOGRAPHIC NATIONAL

by ROBERTO BERNARDINELLO

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VISUAL MUSIC
Lots of people contributed to the making of this album and I'm very proud of the end result also knowing that this is a starting point for future works.
My big thank you goes to:
Scott Surine at Surine Basses for your fabulous basses.
GHS Strings, for support me with your great strings.
Proline cable for your clear sound cables.
All the musicians that play wonderfully throughout each song.
Charles Burgi for the invaluable support and help, Denny Jiosa for the great job on the mixing and mastering as well as Micaja Ryan.
At last of course to family Pilar and my wife Ze for the support, love and beautiful photo and design.

Album recorded at Studio RB, Wichita, KS; JazzCat Studio in Nashville, TN
Mixed by Micaja Ryan at Air Studio, Wichita, KS; Denny Jiosa at JazzCat Studio in Nashville, TN
Mastered by Denny Jiosa at JazzCat Studio in Nashville, TN for SONIC CANVAS Records
Copyright RoBer music Production 2016

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released March 13, 2017

World-Visual Music
Music description of cultural events and areas in different parts of the world
All composition by Roberto Bernardinello
ROBERTO BERNARDINELLO-Electric, Upright & Piccolo Bass, Nylon & Electric Guitar, Percussion, Keys & Programming
DENNY JIOSA-Nylon & Electric Guitar in "London"
DENNY GOTTLIEB-Drums in "Plaza De Toros", "After Tzunami", "Gaucho's Culture"
BETH GOTTLIEB-Percussions on "Gaucho's Culture"
MARCO PORCU-Acoustic Guitar on "Gaucho's Culture", "Plaza De Toros"
CHRISTIAN HOWES-Violin solos on "Gaucho's Culture"
FLAVIANO BRAGA-Accordion on "Gaucho's Culture"
KENNY ZARIDER-Piano on "Gaucho's Culture", "After Tzunami"
NATHAN WILLIAMS-Trumpet & Flugelhorn on "London", "Harajuku"
ROGER LEWIS-Flugelhorn on "Train Through Brazil"

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Roberto Bernardinello Wichita, Kansas

ROBERTO BERNARDINELLO
BIOGRAPHY
Start play bass in 1991 at 23 y.o.
1992 first professional gigs.
1996 join Marco Porcu and playing international Festivals
2003 moved to London, UK.
2005 moved to USA.
2007 start teaching music at Butler Comm College.
2010 first cd ONE
2017 second cd GEOGRAPHIC NATIONAL

Coll: D.Gottlieb, G.Foster, D.Jiosa, K. Zarider, M. Porcu, J.Daversa, M. Longo, F.Flippers....
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