GBUR – Dominik Gawara, Stefano Giust, Paolo Caleo, Lorenzo Razzano, Marcello Turco - Gbur (Album). Margine – Stefano Giust Luca Cartolari Alessandro Cartolari Paolo De Piaggi. Margine – Stefano Giust Luca Cartolari Alessandro Cartolari Paolo De Piaggi - Esplendor Lunare (Parte 1-2) (Album). GBUR – Dominik Gawara, Stefano Giust, Ivan Pilat, Daniele Pagliero, Maurizio Suppo, Paolo Caleo - Integrale (2xCDr, Album).
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On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. From the double album Gbur "Integrale" (Setola di Maiale, 1999) Dominik Gawara electric bass Stefano Giust drums Paolo Caleo caleophon Maurizio. And you can download the album in one file to your computer or tablet or phone.
Stefano Giust: drums, laptop Vittorino Curci: alto sax. Stefano Giust was born in Switzerland, in 1968 . He has played with Joëlle Léandre, Gianluigi Trovesi, Giancarlo Schiaffini, Steve Lacy, Yves Robert, Peter Kowald, Gunther Sommer, Conny Bauer, Evan Parker, Maggie Nicols, Sergej Kuryokhin, Vyacheslav Gayvoronsky, Pino Minafra, Roberto Ottaviano, Gianni Lenoci, Marcello Magliocchi, Eugenio Colombo, Mario Schiano, Antonello Salis, Ernst Reijseger and more.
Marcello Gazzola (born 3 April 1985) is an Italian footballer who plays for Parma in the Serie A as a defender. Born in Borgo Val di Taro, Gazzola started his youth career at Parma in 1995. The defender remained within the youth system of the Emilia-Romagna based club until 2004 and began to earn first team call-ups during the 2003–2004 season, but never made his first team debut. Prior to the 2004–2005 season, Gazzola was sold to Serie C side . Sambenedettese Calcio in a joint-ownership deal.
DOMINIK GAWARA is a Polish artist tranferred in Italy from the age of six years. The band does some concerts and does soundtrack of the remake of the film of David Linch Eraserhead, realized by a Turin independent film maker. In 1998 he begans to collaborate stablily with Stefano Giust and his SETOLA DI MAIALE label, he defines Stefano: the better companion to sonic deviating lines and with him he founded the "anti-jazz" project called GBUR. In the recording of the first job of Gbur, beside the two members of Bianca Belmont (Renzo and Marcello), joins Paul Caleo, eporediese musician and architect.
|1||Per La Citta' Passeggiando||11:27|
|2||Quattro Polacchi E Un Italiano||7:52|
|5||La La La||14:44|
|7||Occhio Di Bue||13:46|
- Recorded At – Atelier De Montage
- Drums, Percussion [Electronic], Voice – Stefano Giust
- Electric Bass, Didgeridoo – Lorenzo Razzano
- Graphics – Giustappunto
- Guitar [Guitars], Electric Guitar [Prepared], Voice – Paolo Caleo
- Piano, Percussion [Acoustic, Electronic], Xylophone, Bass [Prepared], Voice – Dominik Gawara
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Willy Gibson
- Trumpet, Trombone – Marcello Turco
NotesRecorded at Atelier de Montage in 02 May 1998, Pordenone (Italy)
|SM350||GBUR – Dominik Gawara, Stefano Giust, Paolo Caleo, Lorenzo Razzano, Marcello Turco||GBUR – Dominik Gawara, Stefano Giust, Paolo Caleo, Lorenzo Razzano, Marcello Turco - Gbur (CDr, Album)||Setola Di Maiale||SM350||Italy||1998|