Gianni Guarracino Group
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Discography

Eduardo De Crescenzo (arrangements, guitars)

Album: Cante jondo (1993) all tracks
Danza Danza (1991) all tracks

Gino Paoli (arrangements, guitars)

Album: Ha tutte le carte in Regola (1983) - all tracks

Enzo Gragnanielo (arrangements, guitars)

Album: Enzo Gragnaniello - Salita trinita' degli spagnoli - Veleno Mare Amore

Nino Buonocore (guitars)

Album: Nino in copertina - all tracks

Mango (guitars)
Album: Dove vai (LIVE); Brano: Dove Vai

Mia Martini (guitars)
Album: La mia razza ; Brani: Stringi di piu' - Cercando il sole

Ernesto Murolo (guitars)
Album: 80 voglia di cantare - Marenariello

Sal Da Vinci (arrangements, guitars)
Album: Sal Da Vinci (1994) all tracks
Un po' di noi (1996) all tracks
Solo (1998) all tracks

Gianni Guarracino
Album: Dos Vias (2001)
Surya (2005)
New Album!!!Coming Soon

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Gianni Guarracino is one of the most important and influencing musicians of the last thirty years Neapolitan scene. Guitar player, composer and arranger, soon becomes a benchmark for the so-called “Neapolitan power”. In this period his influence gets to the work of “Saint Just” and “Citta' Frontale”. In those years ha also collaborated with Paco De Lucia and helps Alan Sorrenti realizing his first album. His musical touch starts being appreciated also beyond his being a very good guitar player. Gino Paoli calls him to arrange and play in one of his albums. In 1984 Paco De Lucia invites him to play with him in his Italian tour. Their cooperation and friendship lead to the record of a track (El Brujo) that is in Gianni Guarracino’s first solo album “Dos Vias” (with the participation of Frank Gambale) and then became part of the Spanish artist’s repertory. As an arranger and player, he cures two albums by Edoardo De Crescenzo ( Cante Jondo e Danza Danza) participating to the live tours and the Festival of Sanremo with the track “E la musica va”.
In 1995 starts collaborating with Sal Da Vinci as an arranger and author for three albums, winning the Italian Festival with the song “Vera” (later become an international hit in its Spanish version by Marcos Lluna, 2.000.000 copies sold in South America).
With his many talents (guitar player, arranger and author) he collaborated with many musical projects of authors and musicians such as Zucchero, Mia Martini, Ernesto Murolo, Nino Buonocore, Ritchie Havens, Renato Zero, Mango, Enzo Gragnaniello, Ricky Gianco...
In the last years he recorded two solo albums and participated to international musical festivals with artists such as Ray Charles, Al Di Meola, Paco De Lucia and many others.