Artist: Fernando Rusconi Hammond Organ Trio
Title Of Album: Oscuridad
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Funk, Hammond Organ
Label: Self Released
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 59:17
Total Size: 137 MB
01. La Era De Los Modernos Pt. 2 (4:40)
02. Free And Elastic (8:53)
03. The Winner (5:20)
04. Estuvo Aqui (7:23)
05. Buga Buga Boogaloo (5:44)
06. Funny Blues (5:14)
07. Oscuridad (6:38)
08. New Directions (7:12)
09. La Era De Los Modernos Pt. 1 (3:38)
10. Amazing Grace (4:31)
From his early training with Pablo Vernieri and Marcelo Von Schultz, different musicians have joined at each stage; Pablo Fiorentini, James Suggs, Santiago Castelani, Miguel Tallarita, Ezequiel Piazza, Luis De la Torre and David Cantoni, among others.
By late 2008, the group consolidated with the addition of Ryan Anderson on guitar and Timoty Cid on drums, giving a dramatic change and affirming their musical direction which developed from his second album "Equilibrio" to a side with more funk and power, with many echoes of the 60s and 70s without losing the essence of jazz, with a sound more raw, rough, almost rock, stripped of everything digital and focused in its entirety to an aesthetic marked by good vintage and similar instruments.
He has made presentations across the country and abroad, such as the Jazz Festival of Buenos Aires, Cycle Jazzologia in the San Martin Theatre, Hall A, B and Muino of the San Martin Theatre, Jazz Festival of Moron, Hall Leopoldo Marechall of the Victoria Auditorium of San Juan, ND Ateneo, Niceto, Thelonius Club, Notorious, Jamsessions (Program channel 7), the blades of Villa Gessell, Auditorium Theatre in Mar del Plata, Neuquen, Uruguay, Corrientes, Comodoro Rivadavia, Chaco, Catamarca, Bariloche, Cordoba, Rio Cuarto, Rafaela, Sunchales, Rosario, San Rafael, San Juan, Mendoza, Atlantic Coast, Chascomus, Zarate, Campana, Jazz Festival of La Plata, sample music from La Plata, among others.
In 2010, as part of the presentation of his new album "Lost In Time", the group made a tour through Argentina and Uruguay with Medeski, Martin and Wood, a renowned American trio, who in the 90's revolutionized jazz with an exquisite fusion of funk, soul, rock and groove. The group also performed at The Coliseum Bs.As, Libertador Theatre of Cordoba, La Trastienda in Montevideo Uruguay, and the Theatre Espanol in Neuquen.
Fernando Rusconi, Hammond B3 Organ Hohner Clavinet D6 and Pablo Vernieri, electric guitar with Marcelo Von schultz on Battery.
He graduated from the Conservatory of Music "Alberto Ginastera" in Moron. He studied Instrumentation,Orchestration and Composition later on in Modern Harmony, Counterpoint, . Simultaneously, he studied Jazz improvisation and Development Sound - SYStem Analog and Digital.
In the nineties, with the acquisition and restoration of his first Hammond B3 Organ, he ventured into the specific technique of this instrument in jazz and into the organ functioning style of renowned organists from the sixties.
Beginning in 2000 to this date, he serves as a Professor of "Harmonic Piano" after winning first place in difficult contests coveringthat subject taking place at the "Conservatorio de musica Juan Jose Castro", Martinez (contests 2002/03 /04); "Conservatorio de musica Alberto Ginastera" Moron (contests 2001/02/03/04) "Escuela superior de Arte de Campana" (contests 2000/01/02), "Conservatorio de musica", Chivilcoy (contests 2002/03) "Escuela Popular de Musica" Lujan (competition 2007).