Paolo Vinaccia

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Paolo Vinaccia
Paolo Vinaccia at Cosmopolite Scene in Oslo, 2016
Paolo Vinaccia at Cosmopolite Scene in Oslo, 2016
Background information
Born(1954-03-27)27 March 1954
Camerino (Mc)Italy
Died5 July 2019(2019-07-05) (aged 65)
GenresJazz
Occupation(s)Musician
InstrumentsDrums

Paolo Vinaccia (Camerino, 27 March 1954 – Oslo, 5 July 2019) was an Italian jazz drummer who lived in Norway.[1][2][3] He died on July 5, 2019[3] after almost ten years of living with pancreatic cancer.

Career[edit]

Paolo Vinaccia at Moers festival 2010

Vinaccia worked with Terje Rypdal, Bendik Hofseth, Jan Eggum, Knut Reiersrud (in Four Roosters), Gisle Torvik, Ole Amund Gjersvik and Jonas Fjeld. He has toured and recorded with Palle Mikkelborg, Mike Mainieri, Jon Christensen and David Darling. With Arild Andersen, he performed at the London Jazz Festival in 2008.[3][4] Vinaccia contributed to more than 100 albums.

Discography[edit]

As leader[edit]

  • Mbara Boom (Sonet/EmArcy, 1997)
  • Very Much Alive (Jazzland, 2010)
  • Elastics with Ole Mathisen, Per Mathisen (Losen, 2011)[5]
  • Dommedag Ifolge (Paulus, 2017)
  • Rathkes Gate 12:21:58 (Oslo Session, 2017)

With Arild Andersen

  • Live at Belleville (ECM, 2008)
  • Mira (ECM, 2014)
  • In-House Science (ECM, 2018)

As sideman[edit]

With Arild Andersen

  • Arv (Kirkelig Kulturverksted, 1994)
  • Kristin Lavransdatter (Kirkelig Kulturverksted, 1995)
  • Hyperborean (ECM, 1997)
  • Electra (ECM, 2005)

With Maj Britt Andersen

  • Folk Er Rare! (Barneselskapet 1986)
  • Tida Gar Sa Altfor (Barneselskapet 1987)
  • Tamme Erter Og Villbringebaer (Norsk, 1990)
  • Kjaertegn (Norsk, 1992)
  • Rippel Rappel (Grappa, 1994)
  • Dorstokken Heme (Grappa, 2004)
  • Landsbybarna I Bawatele (Barnemusikken 2012)

With Jon Eberson

  • Pigs and Poetry (CBS, 1987)
  • Backhand smash! (Hot Club, 1989)
  • Thirteen Rounds (Curling Legs, 1997)

With Jan Eggum

  • Underveis (Grappa, 1991)
  • Nesten Ikke Tilstede (Grappa, 1993)
  • Kjaerlighet & AErlighet 2 (Grappa, 2011)
  • Kjaerlighet & AErlighet 3 (Grappa, 2011)

With Bendik Hofseth

  • Amuse Yourself (Columbia, 1993)
  • Metamorphoses (Sonet,, Verve 1995)
  • Planets, Rivers and...Ikea (Verve Forecast, 1996)
  • Ludo (Kirkelig Kulturverksted, 1997)
  • Itaka (Grappa, 2005)
  • Children & Cosmopolitans (JazzCode, 2015)
  • Atonement (C+C, 2018)

With Anne Grete Preus

  • Lav Sol! Hoy Himmel (WEA, 1989)
  • Og Hosten Kommer Tidsnok (WEA, 1991)
  • Hvitt Lys I Natten (Warner, 1997)

With Knut Reiersrud

  • Klapp (Kirkelig Kulturverksted, 1995)
  • Soul of a Man (Kirkelig Kulturverksted, 1998)
  • Sub (Kirkelig Kulturverksted, 1999)
  • Tramp (Kirkelig Kulturverksted, 1993)

With Terje Rypdal

  • Skywards (ECM, 1997)
  • Vossabrygg (ECM, 2006)
  • Crime Scene (ECM, 2010)

With Oystein Sevag

  • Link (Siddhartha Spiritual Music, 1993)
  • Caravan (Siddhartha Spiritual Music, 2005)
  • The Red Album (Siddhartha Spiritual Music, 2010)

With Bugge Wesseltoft

  • New Conception of Jazz: Moving (Jazzland, 2001)
  • New Conception of Jazz Live (Jazzland, 2003)
  • New Conception of Jazz: Film Ing (Jazzland, 2004)
  • New Conceptions of Jazz (Jazzland, 2008)

With others

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kelman, John (30 September 2010). "Paolo Vinaccia: Very Much Alive". All About Jazz. Retrieved 9 May 2020.
  2. ^ Kelman, John (18 November 2008). "Arild Andersen: Live at Belleville". All About Jazz. Retrieved 9 May 2020.
  3. ^ a b c Hammerø, Tor (26 February 2020). "Paolo Vinaccia". Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian Bokmål). Retrieved 9 May 2020.
  4. ^ "Paolo Vinaccia Discography". Ballade.no. Archived from the original on 4 December 2008. Retrieved 18 August 2012.
  5. ^ "Elastics Ole Mathisen / Per Mathisen / Paolo Vinaccia". Gubemusic.com. Archived from the original on 23 June 2017. Retrieved 14 February 2015.

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