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Andrew D’Angelo

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Elevated in Seattle, Alto saxophonist Andrew D’Angelo started playing professionally in his hometown at age group 14. He relocated to NY at age group 20, spent five years in Boston, and returned to NY, where he is becoming quite active inside the downtown avant-garde community. He travels and records frequently with the well-known Matt Wilson Quartet. Furthermore, he provides performed and documented using the Either/Orchestra, the Reid Anderson Quintet, Orange after that Blue, Bobby Previte, Erik Friedlander, and Kurt Rosenwinkel. Individual Feel, an organization D’Angelo shaped with drummer Jim Dark and saxophonist Chris Swiftness, released many albums during the ’90s. Various other projects have contained in Hear, Smack for a few, as well as the big music group Regular Deviation. D’Angelo’s Squawnk trio, offering Ben Road on bass and Jeff Ballard on drums, released its debut Compact disc in 2000 in the Lyceum label, which D’Angelo shaped together with Curtis Hasselbring. Lyceum also programs release a a three-volume assortment of D’Angelo’s chamber functions, offering Dave Douglas, Andy Laster, Brad Shepik and many more.

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Full Name Andrew D'Angelo
Music Groups Human Feel
Music Songs Gay Disco, Morthana, Fichtik, Egna Ot Waog, My Prostate, Cheek Spread, Köavur, HB & Co, Space Hear, Kug Ronke, Rutloosic, Fam Hana, Tune Blue, 25 Hits, Boo Be Boo Bee Bee, Eat Shit Motherfucker!!, Reff Jar Za, Skriker, Meg Nem Sa, Shooshabuster, Led Tyftelin, International Four, Ain't No Waltz, Setz Nidur, Tyft, Amena, Sich Reped, Hilsner, Tumble Bugs, Okkar, Yesterday I Passed, Ouch
Albums Meg Nem Sa, Morthana With Pride !!, Tyft, Skadra Degis


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Music Department

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Crooked Mind 2016/I back vocal: singer - bass
The Hawk Is Dying 2006 musician: bass clarinet

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New York Jazzed Out 2011 Saxophone Alto (Andrew D'Angelo Trio)

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