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J. & F. Band, The (Fonda / Jaimoe / Tononi + Bjorkenheim, Caruso, Mandarini, Paganelli): From The Ro (Long Song Records)

Outstanding instrumental work as New York improvising bassist Joe Fonda and Allman Brothers drummer Jaimoe join forces with Italian jazz musicians Tiziano Tononi, Alberto Mandarini, Gianluigi Paganelli, Beppe Caruso and Finnish guitarist Raoul Bjorkenheim, plus a host of guest musicians, as they hybridize jazz, rock, blues, avant and jam music with consummate skill.

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UPC: 8032089000413

Label: Long Song Records
Catalog ID: LSRCD146
Squidco Product Code: 26648

Format: 2 CDs
Condition: New
Released: 2018
Country: Canada
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded at Orlando Music Studio, in Milano, Italy, on February 3rd and 4th, 2018, by Stefano Spina.


Joe Fonda-bass, vocals

Jaimoe-drums and percussion

Tiziano Tononi-drums, percussion

Raoul Bjorkenheim-guitar, backing vocals

Beppe Caruso-trombone

Alberto Mandarini-trumpet

Gianluigi Paganelli-tuba

Daniele Cavallanti-tenor saxophone

Fabio Treves-harmonica

Antonio Zambrini-Fender Rhodes


Bruce P.Reese-ghost guitar

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"Joe Fonda is a composer, bassist, recording artist, interdisciplinary performer, producer and educator.

An accomplished international Jazz artist, Fonda has performed with his own ensembles throughout the United States ,Canada , Europe and Asia. He has collaborated and performed with such artists as Anthony Braxton ,Archie Shepp, Ken McIntyre, Lou Donaldson, Bill and Kenny Barron, Leo Smith, Perry Robinson, Dave Douglas, Curtis Fuller, , Bill Dixon, Han Bennink, Bobby Naughton, Xu Fengia, Randy Weston, Gebhard Ullmann, Carla Bley, Carlo Zingaro, Barry Altschul, Billy Bang.

Fonda was the bassist with the renowned Anthony Braxton sextet, octet, tentet, from 1984 through 1999. Fonda also sat on the Board of Directors from 1994 to 1999, and was the President from 1997 to 1999 of the newly formed Tri-Centric Foundation. He has also performed with the 38-piece Tri-Centric orchestra under the direction of Anthony Braxton, and was the bassist for the premiere performance of Anthony Braxton's opera, Shalla Fears for the Poor, performed at the John Jay Theater in New York, New York, October 1996.

As a composer, Fonda has been the recipient of numerous grants and commissions From Meet the Composer New York and the New England Foundation on the Arts . He has released twelve recordings under his own name. (Reviews and recordings available). Fonda was also a member of The Creative Musicians Improvisors Forum directed by Leo Smith, and was the bassist with the American Tap Dance Orchestra in New York City, directed by world renowned tap dancer, Brenda Bufalino.

In 1989, Fonda performed with Fred Ho's Jazz and Peking opera in its world premiere at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. From 1982 to 1986 Fonda was the bassist and dancer with the Sonomama Dance Company. An independent producer since 1978, Fonda is the founding director of Kaleidoscope Arts an interdisciplinary performance ensemble and is the producer and musicial director for the Connecticut Composers and improvisors Festival from 2001 to 2011.

Currently Fonda has been recording and touring extensively with the Fonda-Stevens Group, Conference Call , The Fab Trio, The Nu Band and Bottoms Out , with performances at the Bim huis in Amsterdam, Holland, Prague Jazz Festival, Czech Republic, Jazz Halo Festival, Belgium, Jazz Festival Thurinsen, Weimer, Germany, Berlin Jazz Festival Berlin Germany , Jazz Im Agusto Festival Lisbon Portugal, Natt Jazz Festival Bergen Norway, The Vision Festival New York, New York, Jazz and More Festival Sibiu Romania, Bakau Jazz Festival ,Azerbijan, Tondela Jazz Festival Tondala portugal , Vancouver Jazz Festival ,Vancouver Canada, Guelph Jazz Festival ,Guelph Canada .

Two of Fonda's most recent projects are From the Source, The Off Road Quartet.

From the Source is a group that incorporates the tap dancing and poetry of Brenda Bufalino and the healing arts of Vicki Dodd, and four jazz musicians. The group has released their first CD entitled, Joe Fonda and From the Source, on Konnex Records.

The Off Road Quartet is comprised of four musicians from four different countries. Ux Fengia from Beijing China , Carlos Zingaro from Lisbon Portugal , Lucas Niggle from Zurich Switzerland and Joe Fonda New York USA. The Off Road Quartet blends the musics from all four of these musicians cultures into a unique musicial and visual experence."

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"Jai Johanny Johanson (born July 8, 1944), frequently known by the stage name Jaimoe, is an American drummer and percussionist. He is best known as one of the founding members of The Allman Brothers Band.

Johanson came up in the R&B world and began drumming at an early age, often accompanied by friend Lamar Williams on bass. Johanson backed soul singers, including a membership in Otis Redding's touring band in 1966, and afterward touring with the acclaimed soul duo, Sam & Dave. After joining up with Duane Allman in February 1969, he quickly became the first recruit into Allman's new group, soon joined by bassist Berry Oakley, fellow drummer Butch Trucks, guitarist Dickey Betts and lastly Allman's younger brother, singer, organist and pianist Gregg Allman. The group, quickly named after the brothers Allman, began recording demos that April in Macon, Georgia, which became the group's home base. [...]"

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"Tiziano Tononi (born November 18, 1956, Milan) is an Italian percussionist and composer.

Tononi taught himself to play drums in a pop/rock idiom as a youth, then turned to playing jazz and classical percussion in his late teens, studying with Andrew Cyrille and Bob Moses. Playing locally in Milan in the early 1980s, he joined the Democratic Orchestra Milano and co-founded the Nexus ensemble with Daniele Cavallanti, as well as the group Moon on the Water toward the middle of the decade. Through the 1980s he played in a variety of idioms with musicians such as Pierre Favre, Tiziana Ghiglioni, Maggie Nicols, Barre Phillips, Dewey Redman, Giancarlo Schiaffini, and Gianluigi Trovesi.

In the 1990s Tononi played with the Jazz Chromatic Ensemble and the Italian Instabile Orchestra, as well as in a trio with Beppe Caruso. His Multiphonics Tuba Trio, with Renato Geremia and Michel Godard, was founded in 1997; he also did composition and arrangement work, including the soundtrack to Ketchup and tributes to Don Cherry and Roland Kirk."

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"Born in Los Angeles in 1956, Björkenheim has spent much of his life shuttling between New York and Helsinki, developing a bold approach to playing electric guitar and composing for big bands, symphony orchestras, films, modern dance companies and his own groups.

Having served an apprenticeship with Edward Vesala for several years, three recordings for ECM brought Björkenheim to the attention of the international community, leading to encounters with musicians such as Bill Laswell, Anthony Braxton, Reggie Workman, Henry Kaiser, and Elliot Sharp.

Björkenheim has been a soloist with the Helsinki Symphony Orchestra, the Avanti Chamber Orchestra, the Radio Symphony Orchestra, the UMO big band and the Tampere philharmonic, and has composed for them all.

Today Björkenheim's main performing energies are brought into focus through his quartet Ecstasy, Triad, Blixt with Bill Laswell and Morgan Ågren, Scorch quartet, and solo guitar.

Björkenheim has been awarded the Georgie Prize for best jazz musician of the year, the Young Finland Award, the Emma prize for best jazz recording of the year, and been nominated three times for the Nordic Music Award."

-Raoul Bjorkenheim Website (

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"Trombonist, tubist, trombone graduate at the Conservatory "G. Verdi" in Milan, Italy in 1989, in "Armonia Funzionale" and in "Armonia e Arrangemento Jazz" in 1992 with C.D.M. from Milan with the master Filippo Daccό. After collaborations with groups of R & B: "Treves Blues Band" Chuk Leavel and Dave Kelly and participations in television programs on the RAI 2 (DOC and Sereno Variabile) he begins collaborations with jazz formations: "Nexus", the "Jazz Chromatic Ensemble", "Gianluigi Trovesi Octet", "Italian Instabile Orchestra" etc.

He was leader of the bands "Mr C Trio", "Free Air Sextet", "Caruso-D'auria Duo" with whom he recorded several CDs.

Many projects and collaborations with musicians such as:

Lester Bowie, Herb Robertson, Gianluigi Trovesi, Pino Minafra, Keith Tippet, Louis Moholo Moholo, Gato Barbieri, Jimmy Cobb, Giorgio Gaslini, Giancarlo Schiaffini, Italian Instabile Orchestra, Eugenio Colombo, Carlo Rizzo, Roswell Rud, Paolo Damiani, Louis Sclavis, Jim Hall, Claudio Roditi, Michael Godard ... .....

In pop music he worked with Roberto Vecchioni, Tullio De Piscopo, Gino Paoli, Sergio Caputo and Zucchero Fornaciari."

-Trinque Fougasse (Translated by Google) (

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Alberto Mandarini: "Born near Trino Vercellese in North Italy in 1966.

From a very early age he began to play with small jazz combos, with various Italian symphony orchestras (Orchestra Sinfonica della RAI, Torino, the Orchestra Internazionale d'Italia and the Filarmonici di Torino) as well as with several brass chamber music ensembles. With the latter he performed at festivals such as Settembre Musica, Asti Teatro 14/15 and Piemonte in Musica and won prizes at competitions in Stresa, Moncalieri, Asti and Busalla.

In addition to his work with ensembles of classical music he has been a very active jazz musician, playing with some of the most important figures of the contemporary Italian creative jazz scene. He is currently a member of the Enrico Fazio's Sextet, of Riccardo Brazzale's "Lidian Sound Orchestra", of Stefano Maltese's "Open Sound Ensemble"; of Sandro Cerino's "Crescendo Big Band"; of the Giancarlo Schiaffini's Quintet; of the Enten EllerQuartet, of the Giorgio Gaslini's "Proxima Centauri Orchestra", of the Italian Instabile Orchestra (which has performed at many of Europe's most important jazz festivals and recorded more CDs, including one for ECM and one for ENJA).

He has also been a member of the Grande Orchestra Nazionale di Jazz conducted by Giorgio Gaslini, as well as of many other groups all over Italy, playng with important musicians such as Elton Dean, Tim Berne, Tony Scott, Maria Schneider, Charlie Mariano and Cecil Taylor.

In 1994 he started the Trumpet buzz duo with Guido Mazzon and the Brasserie Trio with Carlo Actis Dato and Lauro Rossi.

From 1995 to 2005 he was a member of Paolo Conte's Orchestra and played with him on his European tour.

In 1997 he founded the "Phoebus Ensemble", a nine-piece band, primarily as a vehicle for his own compositions, though the group's repertoire ranges from Renaissance to contemporary jazz.

From 1997 to 1999 he was director of the Hasta Big Band. He is currently director of the "CVM Jazz Orchestra".

Since 1999 he has taught trumpet and Orchestrals Practical works at the Courmayeur International Music Meeting. He also teaches trumpet at the Istituto Comunale di Musica "G. Verdi" in Asti, and at the "Centro Vercelli Musica Enrico Lucchini" in Vercelli.

In 2001 he has trumpet teachers at the "3º Seminario de Jazz y Flamenco" of Sevilla and at the "Corso di alto perfezionamento ad indirizzo jazzistico" of Lecco.

Alwais from 2001, he founded his own quartet, the Alberto Mandarini Quartet with Umberto Petrin, Giovanni Maier and U. T. Gandhi.

From the 2002 he is a member of the "Rara Jazz Quartet" with Roberto Bonati, Andrea Dulbecco and Roberto Dani."

-Alberto Mandarini Website (

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"Born in Bologna on 3 October 1971. Resident in Monzuno (BO) in via Rio delle bietole 4.

In 1991 he graduated from the Conservatory "GB Martini" in Bologna in trombone, specializing immediately in the bass tuba.

As soon as he graduated, he began working with some lyric-symphonic orchestras, including: Pisa Symphony Orchestra, Pesaro Symphony Orchestra, B. Maderna Orchestra, Italian Philharmonic Orchestra, Bologna Municipal Theater Orchestra. In the 1997/98 season he is part of the group "Solistinsieme" directed by Maestro Giuseppe Sinopoli. He soon chose to carry out his profession in areas that were not only classical. Hence collaborations in the jazz field with groups including: Jazz Chromatic Ensemble and Nexus with whom he recorded in 2001 the album "Seize the Time!" Winner of the "Jazz Music" classification as the best recording of Italian groups of that year.

In light music he took part in the "Da Me a Te" tour of Claudio Baglioni in 1998; while in 2002 he recorded with the "Quintorigo" some songs from the album "In Cattiv". In 2007 he recorded "Athlantis" by Eyvind Kang. In 2013 he collaborated with the contemporary music group "Icarus" for the recording of "L'Imbalsamatore" by Battistelli.

But it is mainly to chamber music that addresses its interests by collaborating, over the years, with musicians and various groups of brass including: "Quinte Eccedenti" directed by Renzo Brocculi, "Petronius Brass Ensemble", Made In Brass "," Tuscany brass quintet "," Fantasy Brass ", with which he won in 1995 the National Chamber Music Competition" D. Igino Baldini "of Comano and, in 1997, the third prize (1st and 2nd not assigned) to the VII" Trofeo Kawai "International Competition in Tortona. He is currently a member of the brass groups "Parma Brass Quintet" with whom he recorded the cd "La strada" in 2008 and "Songs & Melodies" in 2012; the wind concert "L'Usignolo" with which he recorded the album "Di buon mattina" in 2007 and "Strike of musicians" in 2009 "; "BimBumBrass" with which he made the musical for children "Il sogno di Mago Merlino" which debuted at the Piccolo Teatro Regio in Turin in 2004, the theatrical piece "Suona Napoli ... oppur muori" was staged for the first time in 2007 and the musical fables "Sasso rotondo" and "Riccardino non lava" which were recorded in the so-called "Fables in color" in 2011; the klezmer music group "Dire gelt". He has been teaching for more than 20 years in the "P. Bignardi "of Monzuno. He was a teacher of Music Education at the State Middle School of Savigno (BO). In 2007 he held a course on "Basic elements of music theory and music therapy" for the Modena Ausl. Since 2002 he has worked as a tuba teacher with the "La Lucciola" Integrated Therapy Center for Children."

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"Daniele Cavallanti (born June 6, 1952 in Milan) is an Italian jazz saxophonist.

Cavallanti had from 14 years classical saxophone and clarinet lessons with M. Ezio Zappatini. In the 1970s, he was part of the Gruppo Contemporaneo to Guido Mazzon and Gaetano Liguori, then played with Patrizia Scascitelli, in the band Aktuala and in his own trio with bassist Roberto Della Grotta and drummer Filippo Monico. He lived in 1979/80 in Amsterdam, where he played with Wolter Wierbos and Petro Nikiruy.

After studying harmony and arrangement with Angiolo Tarocchi he worked from 1991 with a quartet of his own, 1993 with Dewey Redman. He played in the course of his career u. a. with international musicians such as Mark Dresser, Herb Robertson, Roswell Rudd, Cecil Taylor, Glenn Ferris, Nels Cline, Raphael Garrett, Jean-Jacques Avenel, Oliver Johnson, Willem Breuker, Evan Parker, Paul Lytton, Elliott Sharp, Jerry Granelli, Keith Tippett as well as in the formations Aktula with Walter Maioli, Muzik Circus, Democratic Milan Orchestra, New Forties Big Band, Nexus, [2] Jazz Chromatic Ensemble and the Italian Instabile Orchestra. In 2010 he appeared in the documentary Il suono unstable della libertà."

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"Fabio Treves (born 27 November 1949) is an Italian blues musician. Treves's nickname is "il Puma di Lambrate" (Lambrate's Cougar), mimicking the British bluesman John Mayall, known as the "Manchester's Lion". Lambrate is the quarter of Milan where Treves grew up.

Born and raised in Milan, Fabio Treves became interested in music at a young age, helped by the father's passion for a variety of musical genres, including classical music, jazz, blues, and Portuguese Fado. Treves' interest in music led him to study a wide range of musical instruments, including bass, organ, trumpet, and alto sax. During the 1960s he began playing what would become his signature instrument, the harmonica.

He settled near Milan as a blues harmonica player, inspired by Sonny Terry, Little Walter, Paul Butterfield, Alan Wilson, and Sonny Boy Williamson II.

In 1967, he played with his first band, the Friday Blues Group. He later joined the Simonluca e l'Enorme Maria band, which performed at the Festival di Sanremo in 1972. The following year, he again took part in the Festival, this time as a chorister for Fausto Leali, in the song "La Bandiera di Sole."

In 1974, Treves founded the first Italian blues band, the Treves Blues Band. Soon after, he met the Texan guitarist and harmonicist Cooper Terry after Terry's move to Italy, and the two began a long musical collaboration. During his career, Treves has played with Dave Kelly, Sunnyland Slim, Johnny Shines, Homesick James, Willie Mabon, Billy Branch, Dave Kelly, Paul Jones, Alexis Korner, Bob Margolin, Sam Lay, Louisiana Red, Gordon Smith, Son Seals, and Eddie Boyd. He met Frank Zappa during his Italian visit and remains the only Italian musician to have played with Zappa on stage.

Treves has participated in many music festivals in Italy and around the world. He continues to publish blues music in Italy, having released more than ten albums to date.

His collaborations have reached many levels of Italian music, having has worked with artists including Angelo Branduardi, Pierangelo Bertoli, Eugenio Finardi, Riccardo Cocciante, Mina, and Ivan Graziani, as well as some non-blues collaborations with Articolo 31."

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"Jazz pianist and composer from Milan, Zambrini has drawn attention of critics and musicians especially with his "songs", published his several trio and quartet recordings, as well as reprised and played by various musicians in the jazz area.

Trumpeter and composer Ron Horton had Zambrini guest in his Cd "It's a gadget world" , recorded in New York in 2006, also including some Zambrini's songs.

Pianist Stefano Bollani opens with a tune by Zambrini his solo album produced by ECM, the famous label in Germany, issued on 2006.

Mr. Lee Konitz himself recorded a series of Zambrini's tunes in a sequence of three cds they realized together for label "Phillogy" in 2008

English pianist John Law simply dedicated to Zambrini's music his cd "The moment", in 2002, Cornucopia edition, London

Zambrini was guest in several broadcastings by national Radios He was for 7 years partner of Cineteca Italiana, Milan, improvising at the piano live sonorization of silent movies

More recent projects are regarding young guitarist Filippo Cosentino, with an out coming cd along with Jesper Bodilsen and Andrea Marcelli, a new trio with bass player Paolino Dalla Porta andm french drummer Manhu Roche, a cd intitled "Dois Lugares",

with the great Samba composer and performer Moacyr Luz. Several concerts in the last two years with this "Dois Lugares " project, leaded by italian vocalist Francesca Ajmar, and with Moacyr Luz himself, who wrote most of the music for this project.

Also, about Brasil, a long collaboration with th choir director, from Sao Paulo, Martinho L. Galati De Olivera, Kept Zambrini trhough several concerts, finally in Sao Paulo in 2014, playing with some great names of that scene's music like Teco Cardoso, Lea Frerie, Fabiana Cozza...

Among others, Zambrini performed with Lee Konitz, Mark Murphy, William Parker, Tiziana Ghiglioni, Enrico Rava, Ron Horton, Nenna Frenlone, Hamid Drake, Claudio Fasoli, Tiziano Tononi, Ben Allison, Gabriele Mirabassi, Kyle Gregory, Rita Marcotulli, Javier Girotto, Eliot Zigmund, Jesper Bodilsen, Maria Pia De Vito, Pietro Tonolo, Manhu Roche, Paolino Dalla Porta, Andrea Marcelli, Fabrizio Bosso."

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"Percussionist / Drummer and foot fetish (socks, clogs with open heels, red nail polish, etc. ..). I was born in Milan in 1970 under the sign of Capricorn. I studied drums with Enrico Lucchini and Tiziano Tononi, and percussion with Candelo Cabezas and the great Naco."

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track listing:


1. GS#2 12:14

2. Spirit Of The Great Plains 15:32

3. West Bufalino 12:20

4. Dixie Chicken/Mischief 9:34

5. Gone Too Soon 7:43

6. Roz, See You On The Moon! 19:58


1. J. & F. Duet & Quarte 18:10

2. Super Jam 28:10
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descriptions, reviews, &c.

"A fantastic double CD featuring legendary Allman Brothers Band drummer Jaimoe and his long time pal, bass giant Joe Fonda, plus a selection of Italian jazz aces (Tiziano Tononi, Alberto Mandarini, Gianluigi Paganelli, Beppe Caruso) and Finnish/American guitar master Raoul Bjorkenheim, and some other guests.

A massive effort that covers a fantastic spectrum of creative music: soulful jazzy ballads and instrumentals, a Southern funk rock cover, complex avant jazz rock pieces, extended improvised jams mixing Bitches Brew style textures, blues and free jazz, and more."-Long Song

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