Tony Marino

Tony Marino

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Latin - Jazz | Ft Wayne, Indiana, United States
Total Song Plays: 815   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: 8/22/2019

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Family and Friends

2019

Tony Marino: "Family and Friends" amalgamates Caribbean and Brazilian styles alongside his Jazz roots

Thank You for the Music

2018

Tony Marino recently dropped Thank You for the Music, an album of original jazz tunes inspired by and dedicated to Astor Piazzolla, Joao Donato...

A Sound Investment

2017

For the most part, it's damn near impossible to think negative thoughts under the influence of this album. The approach of the album is utterly...

101

2016

After almost 10 years in hiatus, Tony is back with a new release. 14 original songs using various Latin styles and music arrangements. The songs on...

It's Not That Complicated

2006

"It's Not That Complicated", again, featured 8 new compositions and 4 new arrangements... "It's Not That Complicated" final cut "I Have To Go" has...

5

2004

Tony's fifth cd, cleverly named "5" is an assortment of Jazz... Smooth , Modern, Odd Time, Bossa Nova, Waltz, Be Bop, Ballad, Samba, Organ Trio, and...

Broad Street

2003

"BROAD STREET" (2003), pays tribute to his "Philadelphia roots" again using familiar Latin rhythms. It features 7 originals from Tony and one each...

Samba De Say Party

2001

"Samba De Say Party", released in 2001, is "Adventurous and exploratory in combining the elements of Brazilian jazz with those of bolero, swing...

Note For Note

1999

Note For Note was Tony's 2nd cd release. Again, Tony wrote, composed, & performed all 16 songs - hence the cd name.

The Latin Jazz Project

1997

Tony's 1st cd release of original Latin Jazz compositions. The cd contains 10 songs. 8 written & composed by Tony Marino. 1 song collaboration by...

Samba De Say Party

2001

Latin - Jazz

"Samba De Say Party", released in 2001, is "Adventurous and exploratory in combining the elements of Brazilian jazz with those of bolero, swing, tango, funk and others". (Heidi Drockelman/Indie-Music)

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