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Below is a radio show I did with Mad Mike Cullens, called
"The Hour of Madness" on the New Visions Radio
Network. We talked about the village thru the
years
& played a few songs from my albums.
(that's cheryl pyle on flute) It's an hour show
and the interview begins about 15 minutes into it. 
santo on mad mike.mp3
 

 
And From Another Life...In the 80's, Santo wrote,
produced and directed
a series of albums that
were released on The Source Unltd label.
Below
you'll find a synopsis of each & what the
critics had to say.
 

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"The best thing to livin' on the street/You can't get no further down" How can I not like a record such as this? I wish more folk singers were this honest about their lives.
- Julian Cope Presents
"Unsung Reviews"
Santo Review 12/2009

THE AMERICAN WAY     (vinyl)
Recorded in an East Village storefront with special guests  Phillip Johnston on tenor sax, Dave Sewelson on baritone sax and blues singer Pat Cisarano,  this album deals with coming of age and what is truly passed down from father to son.
*"Narrative, wry always clear eyed. Latin tinged
melodies & rhythms"--Aquarian Magazine

 
MUSIC FROM THE STREET (vinyl)
Out of the storefront and into the 24 track studio, this album celebrates street life with percussion,
keyboards & guitar. Special guest Rey Scott on flute.
*"It's honey with a touch of vinegar, pungently
flavored music that may be off the beaten track in its approach, but not it's appeal."  
--Ross Mohn / Sound Choice

SELF RESPECT/
A NIGHT IN THE LIFE   (CD)

Recorded and mixed in the midst of the
Tompkins Square riot, the title says it all...
*"Self Respect, filled street savy sounds"--Billboard
*"...he nudges you to see the passing scene his way.   The Bronx-born singer is abetted by Billy Bang's violin...  and he plays up the drama lurking around these tunes."        -R.J. Smith..Village Voice



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Have a Listen

A Night In The Life.mp3
*Featuring Billy Bang on violin

Loisaida.mp3
*all instruments by Santo

The Street.mp3
*all instruments by Santo

Games For Fools.mp3
*all instruments by Santo

Trick or Treat.mp3
*Dave Sewelson, Bari Sax
Philip Johnston, Alto Sax
Pat Cisarano, Vocals

 

 

Black February is a documentary, directed by Vipal Monga,
about New York based jazz legend
Lawrence D. "Butch" Morris. It chronicles an
unprecedented series of concerts performed
in NYC by the composer & conductor. Butch put on the
series in February 2005 to celebrate 20 years of Conduction,
his revolutionary technique for leading live improvisations.
More than a simple portrait of those 28 days or a biography
of an enigmatic and complex legendof the avant-garde,
Black February is a film about how music is made and
what it means. On February 2005 @ NuBlu, Santo took
part with other musicians & played percussion
under the Conduction of Mr. Morris.

   

THE SOURCE UNLTD. PRINT & COPY SHOP
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Phone: 212-473-7833  

Email:  santo@sourceunltd.com