Jan 152014


Guitarist Cappelletto has released a debut with an emphasis on fusion, with bassist Jon Maharaj and drummer Amhed Mitchel, plus keyboardist Robi Botos on the fast and fun “There Are Monsters” and saxophonist Daniel Easty on “Shifting Morality.” The album opens with “”Scare Tactics,” which sounds like it was influenced by some of Larry Coryell’s early work. Cappelletto slows it down with “Gotham,” then covers “Corcovado” with taste. The only other cover is “It’s All Right with Me,” with an acoustic guitar intro that leads to a very electric solo. The closing “Clean Slate” takes the disc out on a soft and pretty note. I hope to thear more of this guitarist in the future.

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