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Maurizio Abate

Maurizio Abate
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Italy
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Maurizio Abate is a self taught guitarist active since the early 2000s, with an instinctive approach to experimentation. He is always looking for new forms of expression, to mould a personal shape to the blues and to psychedelic matter, mainly driven by a particular fascination for stringed instruments.
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Maurizio Abate — A Way to Nowhere Maurizio Abate — A Way to Nowhere
(Boring Machines BM052, 2014, CD)
Maurizio Abate — Armonicum Maurizio Abate — Armonicum
(Qbico Theta, 2009, LP)
Maurizio Abate — Mystic Strings Maurizio Abate — Mystic Strings
(Troglosound 007, 2007, CDR)

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2020-11-20
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