Carmen Rizzo onboard to mix Dan Sindel “Marching In”

20 09 2007

For Press Release: 9/20/07

Carmen Rizzo onboard to mix Dan Sindel “Marching In”..!
In an unprecedented move, multi-platinum, two-time Grammy nominee producer/engineer extrodinaire Carmen Rizzo agrees to add his talents in helping Dan in his debut CD effort “Marching In” – A tribute to the March King, John Philip Sousa.

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Dan states: “I was reading the August edition of Electronic Musician and was taken in by Carmen’s cover story and somewhere in the article he said “I’m the sort of person to go to when somebody wants be edgy or a little bit different” and I just sat there and laughed thinking if he was not talking directly about me and my crazy projects… nobody is!!! So I mustered up the courage to contact Carmen, found his website and formulated an email asking if he would be interested in investigating what I do with the ‘Symphonic Guitars’ and would he be willing to talk to me about mixing a few tracks for my CD…
The very next day I had a reply to my email and I nearly ‘fell out of my chair’ when Carmen agreed to talk to me… Needless to say, I was stunned that he would give me the time of day especially if you take a look at his list of credits and discography. I am humbled and honored to have been given the opportunity to work with Carmen and as of this writing we are working on a few tracks and they sound AMAZING!!! I am very excited to be able to share the music soon enough!”

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Carmen Rizzo - August 2007 Electronic Musician 
http://www.emusician-digital.com/emusician/sample/
This takes you right to the online version of the mag, take a look.

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More about Carmen:
The two-time Grammy nominee & underground darling Carmen Rizzo has had a very eclectic career. A frequent figure in album credits from producing, mixing, remixing, programming, co-writing on a range of influential artists ranging from Seal, Coldplay, Alanis Morissette, Paul Oakenfold, BT, Tiesto, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Cirque du Soleil, Pete Townshend of The Who to mention only a few. He has also made records with a slew of notable producers, including Trevor Horn, Marius de Vries David Foster, Rob Cavallo and Don Was. Carmen recently composed his first film, “The power of the game” from acclaimed British director Michael Apted. Other recent collaborations have been with Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) on a World-beat electronic version of a song for Greenpeace featuring Sarah Mclaughlin, Annie Lennox, Imogen Heap, Natalie Imbruglia. Carmen’s also has a extremely credible career as a recording artist under his own name. His current album “The Lost Art of the Idle Moment” (The Lab/Universal). His first solo album is a lush, cinematic, beat-driven disc that features collaborations with a wide range of guest vocalists including Esthero, Jem, Kate Havnevik, Ladybug Mecca (The Digable Planets), & Grant Lee Phillips. USA Today featured the album with his picture on the cover of The Life sections as their #1 pick for there fall music guide. Songs from the album have been licensed to TV shows The O.C., Windfall & Commander in Chief. Taste-makers Jason Bentley, Nic Harcourt & Ann Litt from L.A. radio station KCRW championed the disc before he even had a record deal. The album debuted at #2 on their album chart as well as heavy airplay on Sirius & XM Satellite radio.
His other side project he co-founded, Niyaz (Six Degrees) with Azam Ali & Loga Ramin Torkian is a world beat/electronic fusion; “Blending Indian & Persian exoticism and beats that are state of the art” says Billboard. The album which came out in 2005 debuted at #1 on the iTunes world music chart and has also been featured on NPR’s Day to Day”, PRI & Voice of America. The band has toured the entire world headlining in 10 countries.

http://www.carmenrizzo.com
myspace.com/carmenrizzo

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