Cafezinho (feat. Jay Phelps, Robert Mitchell, Sylvie Leys, Michelangelo Scandroglio & Tristan Banks)

A 1 track afro-cuban jazz single (3m 53s) — released January 22nd 2021 on Audioguido Records

For his upcoming fifth sutdio album the saxophonist Guido Spannocchi has gathered an all star band featuring some of the most exciting international and UK players. This release has already been featured on JazzFM Wordlwide FM, BBC Radio 3, FIP, NTS Radio and others and the full album is expected to be released in spring 2021.

This uplifting single inspired by Wayne Shorters Sacajawea and the vibrant rhythms of Rio brings the exotic tropics to the speaker of your home stereo and excels through its sweet melodies and casual playfulness, a particular joy to listen to.

Guido Spannocchi on alto sax with Jay Phelps on trumpet (credits include Amy Winehouse, Reuben James, Shabaka Hutchins, Moses Boyd e.a.) Sylvie Leys tenor sax (Berklee alumni and George Garzone protegé)
Robert Mitchell on Wurlitzer and piano (credits include Basement Jaxx, Steve Coleman, Omar Puente, e.a.) Michelangelo Scandroglio on double bass (Jazz Umbria 2019 Winner, sideman of Enrico Rava, Logan Richardson, Seamus Blake e.a.) Tristan Banks on drums (credits include Roy Ayers, Marcos Valle, Steve Winwood e.a.)

Recorded by Raphael Spannocchi, Jordan Parry and Kristian Craig Robinson at London's taste making hub Total Refreshment Center London. Mixed by Raphael Spannocchi at Fondle Munich and Audiomanufaktur Vienna, mastered by Pete Fletcher at Blackbay Studios Scotland. Cover Art by NYC Photographer Nic Kern

A Brixton resident carvin his own niche among the current wave of UK Jazz - Emma Smith BBC Radio 3 JazzNow

Creating a buzz - Paul Bradshaw Straight No Chaser

Swinging with the very tone of his voice - Tom Allen Extra Slice

highly individual - Corey Mwamba BBC Radio 3 Freeness

The perfect antidote - Tamsin Snow Artist

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