Marsmobil
Minx


Label: Compost Records
Date: 2006-09-18
Format: CD

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Marsmobil’s second album Minx - a coproduction of Compost and G-Stone Recordings - has the lascivious power of Air, the family feeling of the 70s band America and some of Talk Talk’s fragility.

Produced by Peter Kruder (Peace Orchestra, Voom Voom), Christian Prommer (Fauna Flash, Trüby Trio, Voom Voom) and Marsmobil mastermind Roberto Di Gioia. Roberto Di Gioia was born in Milan in 1965. He began playing piano at age 4. His favourite music: the Beatles. In 1975 he began his studies at the musicial highschool in Eichstaett and after graduating in 1984 moved to Munich. There he began his career as a prize-winning professional musician. He became famous as the brilliant keyboarder in Klaus Doldinger’s "Passport" and has performed on almost every album and permanently toured since 1990. He has also worked with numerous American Jazz stars like Art Farmer, Johnny Griffin, Joe Lovano, James Moody, Tom Harrell, Clark Terry, Gary Peacock, Dave Holland and Woody Shaw, as well as German greats like Albert Mangelsdorff, Uwe Ochsenknecht, Udo Lindenberg, Till Brönner, Klaus Weiss and Helge Schneider.