Rodrigo Bonelli

Premiere DateMar 15, 2020
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
02:45 No Man’s Land Alex Goodman
05:35 Blue Shade (Intro) Alex Goodman
06:37 Blue Shade Alex Goodman
11:32 The Journey Of Maracatu Man Brasil Trio +1, Guilherme Dias Gomes
18:00 Interview with Rodrigo Bonelli, Part I
26:00 Starla Brasil Trio +1, Erin Blatti
31:09 Interview with Rodrigo Bonelli, Part II
38:03 Enchente Brasil Trio +1
42:21 I Only Love Because Of You Diana Panton
46:23 The Jazz Hole with Linus
47:42 Is It Really You? Diana Panton
52:01 Choose Alex Goodman
56:16 The Jazz Hole with Linus
57:25 Circles In A Circle Alex Goodman
62:36 Finish

NYC-based drummer, percussionist and composer Rodrigo Bonelli (originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) talks about “Brooklyn Sessions”, his new album with Brasil Trio +1 on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus. This episode also includes two fitting tunes by the multiple Award-winning Canadian vocalist and composer Diana Panton and several tracks from Alex Goodman’s “Impressions In Blue And Red”. The Toronto-born, NYC-based guitarist and composer explores his gift of synesthesia (his mind keenly associating various sounds with particular colors) on this new double album.


Alex Goodman – “No Man’s Land”, “Blue Shade (Intro)” & “Blue Shade”
Album: Impressions In Blue And Red
Alex Goodman (g), Ben Van Gelder (as), Martin Nevin (b) and Jimmy Macbride (d)

Alex Goodman – “Choose” & “Circles In A Circle”
Album: Impressions In Blue And Red
Alex Goodman (g), Alex LoRe (as), Rick Rosato (b) and Mark Ferber (d)

Brasil Trio +1 – The Journey of Maracatu Man
Album: Brooklyn Sessions
Rodrigo Bonelli (d, perc, comp), Pier Pappalardo (e-b), Aaron Barak (g), Jim Piela (as) and Guilherme Dias Gomes (tp)

Brasil Trio +1 – Starla
Album: Brooklyn Sessions
Rodrigo Bonelli (d, perc, co-comp), Pier Pappalardo (e-b), Aaron Barak (g), Jim Piela (as) and Erin Blatti (voc, co-comp)

Brasil Trio +1 – Enchente
Album: Brooklyn Sessions
Rodrigo Bonelli (d, perc), Pier Pappalardo (e-b, comp), Aaron Barak (g) and Jim Piela (as)

Diana Panton – I Only Love Because Of You
Album: Red
Diana Panton (voc, co-comp), Phil Dwyer (sax), Reg Schwager (g), Don Thompson (p, vib, co-comp), Jim Vivian (b), Moshe Hammer (1st vio), Praise Ian (2nd vio), Diane Leung (viola), Coenraad Bloemendal (cello) and Erica Goodman (harp)

Diana Panton – Is It Really You?
Album: To Brazil With Love
Diana Panton (voc, co-comp), Bill McBirnie (fl), Kiki Misumi (cello), Reg Schwager (g), Silas Silva (d, perc) and Don Thompson (b, p, vib, co-comp)

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