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Reviews for some of Dennis' Music:
"I cant remember when Ive been so entranced by an album.
Marcellino is a master virtuoso.
Wayne Thompson, Jazzscene Magazine
(For the "Evening To Remember" CD, re-released as "Tenderly")
"The greatest saxophonist
on the planet!"
"Spotlight" review, Vision Music
"(sigh) Absolutely gorgeous! The first two cuts just absolutely floored me. I thought they were just dazzling. Many cuts on this CD are absolutely beautiful."
Ken O'Brien, DJ, KGON-FM, Portland, Oregon
"The NEW BEGINNING CD puts me into ecstasy.
Dennis has been given a beautiful gift from God."
Lynn Hoffman, Fiat Voluntas Tua, Tracy, CA
"Dennis Marcellino's music is totally phenomenal! I mean, REALLY. I don't impress easily, and I'm beyond impressed. I'm blown away"
Carl Spagnuolo, Musical Director for Bo Diddley and entertainment attorney, Boca Raton, FL
"If there is a better sax player in the world, I haven't heard him."
"You are magical with woodwinds and reeds...in fact, you make Kenny G sound like a novice..."
About the Artist:
With these groups he recorded 10 albums. As a solo artist he had the #1 selling cassette in the Northwest in 1992 & 1993 ("Its Christmas"); a 1994 CD release "Daddys Home"; a 1999 release titled "New Beginning"; and a 2002 CD titled "The Spirit Of Christmas".
Besides being a member of the above groups, over the years hes recorded and toured as a musician/vocalist with Sha Na Na, Rare Earth, 3 Dog Night, The Electric Flag, Graham Central Station, Billy Preston, Leon Russell, The Coasters, The Drifters, various Motown recordings, among others.
He has also been a special guest star on many television shows, including The Tracey Ullman Show, American Bandstand and Merv Griffin.
He scored and performed the music for a number of movies, and sang the lead and played sax on two songs in "Sweet Bird Of Youth", starring Elizabeth Taylor and Mark Harmon.
Relatives who achieved acclaim in music: