Bruno Marini

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Born (1958-05-18) May 18, 1958 (age 66)
  • Jazz
  • Blues baritone sax player

Bruno Marini (born May 18, 1958) is an Italian Jazz and Blues baritone sax player.[1] He also plays bass clarinet, flute and Hammond organ. He has recorded a wide number of records over the last four decades,[2] both as bandleader[3] and sideman. Most notably, he has recorded and performed with Jack McDuff, Steve Lacy, John Tchicai, Jimmy Cobb, Bobby Durham, Jimmy Carl Black, Herbie Goins and others. In 2010, he was voted "Best Italian Baritone Sax Player" by JAZZIT magazine.[4]

Selected discography

As sideman

With Jack McDuff

  • "Jackpot" (Red Records)

With Steve Lacy

  • Steve Lacy & Keptorchestra "Sweet Sixteen" (Caligola)

With Joe Lovano

  • Joe Lovano & Keptorchestra "Miss Etna"(Caligola)

With Anthony Braxton

  • Various Artists: Anthony Braxton/John Carter/Leo Smith/ George Lewis/Bruno Marini/Gerry Hemingway/Han Bennink "2nd Line Ratoon" (BIMhuis)

With Bobby Durham

  • "Domani's Blues" (Azzurra)
  • "Live at Ghedi Jazz Festival" (Musex/Vibra Records)
  • "Roots of Acid Jazz"(Racing Jazz)

With John Tchicai

  • John Tchicai + Ice9 "No Trespassing" (Azzurra)

With Jimmy Carl Black

  • "Freedom Jazz Dance" (Azzurra)
  • "125 Electronic Bebop" (J-Digital)

With Herbie Goins

  • "Number One in Your Heart" (Azzurra)

As leader

  • "BM4" (LMJ/Caligola, 1985)
  • "Love me or leave me" (LMJ/Caligola, 1987)
  • "West of the Blues" (LMJ, 1989)
  • "Hammond Blood" (Iklos/Azzurra, 1994)
  • "Bop'n out" (Spasc(h), 2004)
  • "B Movie" (Vibra Records, 2004)
  • "70 Steps to 60's" (Azzurra, 2005)
  • Soft Machine (Maxy Sound, 2010)
  • Scrub Game (BlueArt, 2013)
  • "Hammer and Tongs" (Hip Code, 2014)
  • "Elements in Space" (Hip Code, 2015)
  • "Electric Church" (Hip Code, 2015)
  • "Twist and Sabbath" (Maxy Sound/Magogo, 2018)
  • "Boom!" (Maxy Sound/Magogo, 2020)
  • "Hammond on fire" (Maxy Sound/Magogo, 2020)


  1. "About the Baritone Sax |". 13 March 2012. Retrieved 15 August 2023.
  2. "Bruno Marini | Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 15 August 2023.
  3. "MARIANO Charlie". Jazz Music (in italiano). 16 June 2015. Retrieved 15 August 2023.
  4. "La Selezione do Jazzit" (PDF). Retrieved 15 August 2023.

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