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  • Artist: Dino Soldo
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 641444930227
  • Item #: EKD493022
  • Genre: Alternative Rock
  • Release Date: 9/18/2003
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Thread on CD

Dino Soldo is a true artist and entertainer who possesses a sensitivity to his songwriting that is unparalleled. A Talent far beyond his years. Lionel Richie I've been a fan of Dino's material since hearing 'Strange and Beautiful'. Although an impressive saxophone, harmonica, keyboard and guitar player, (his) most impressive voice could possibly be his muse. On 'THREAD' Dino takes you on a .. journey that has a stop for everyone and paints vivid images and memories along the way. Arthel Neville- CNN 'THREAD' is without a doubt Dino's vibiest, hippest, most happening CD so far. I dig it! There's no question about it. To quote the maestro himself, ' Everything's Groovy!'. Chris Standring - Solo Jazz Artist, founder of AandRonline.com Born into Rock and raised on Jazz, Dino's Sax, Vocals, and Harmonica can be heard and seen on a countless list of top performers including Lionel Richie, Vanessa Williams, Tower of Power and many more. His music is a true marriage of his loves; a Pop structure/an old Jazz spirit. His first production came in the Billboard -charting, acid-Jazz group of the early 90's, Barebones. In 2000, he went independent on his debut, 'Strange & Beautiful'. This release quickly bridged the gap between his Jazz fans, as well as a new foundation in Alternative-Pop. His new release,' THREAD', is centered on the Blues and the Human condition. 'You'd be surprised how much we're alike', Dino says. 'We all suffer, love, feel alone, and wonder why we're here. I found that writing about these things makes the music that much more precious to me; to fall in love with being alive over and over again.'