Mimmo Langella


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Mimmo Langella, neapolitan guitarist and composer born in 1968, started to play guitar at age 12. He has four solo records to his credit, "The Other Side" (self-produced, '02; Smoothnotes Publishing, 2012), "Funk That Jazz" (self-produced, '08; Smoothnotes Publishing, 2012) featuring Scott Henderson, "Soul Town" (GBMUSIC, 2012) and "A Kind of Sound" (GBMUSIC, 2018), and the tune "Jonathan il gabbiano" published on the "Sotto Tiro" compilation (Southern Groove Records, '96; Smoothnotes Publishing, 2012). He played in various jazz festivals and on the "Aitanic" soundtrack (Sony Music, 2000), on the CD "Fratelli d'Itano - Nuie Simme Tresc" (R.T.I. Music, '98), on the Marcello Coleman CDs "Rena Nera" (Living Arts, '99), "Naif" (Oiné, '05) that he produced too and on the "Italian Reggae Tribute" compilation (Groove Recording Studio, '06). He also played on the Guido Russo CDs "Music For Images" (EDI Music, '05) and "Spirit Guajira" (Machiavelli Music/Smoothnotes, 2012), on the Vito Ranucci CDs "Killing The Classics" (CNI, 2013) and "Napoli Inferno & Paradiso" (CNI, 2019), on the Nino D'Angelo DVD and CD "Concerto anni 80... e non solo" (Di.Elle.O., 2015), on the Nino D'Angelo DVD "Concerto 6.0" (Universal Music, 2017), on the Mario Castiglia albums "A un passo dalle nuvole" (Snapmusic, 2018) and "Posti nascosti" (Oiné, 2018).