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Franco Manzecchi

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Ravenna, Italy

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Franco (Gian) Manzecchi (September 10, 1931, Ravenna – March 25, 1979, Konstanz) was an Italian drummer.[1][2]


Manzecchi's older brother Gino was also a trumpeter and drummer. He moved from his hometown Ravenna, Italy, to Bologna, then to Vienna, Austria, and Saint Moritz, Switzerland, before he coincidentally went to Paris, France, in early 1957 and settled down there, playing with various ensembles. After a heart surgery in 1976 he had to partially quit music and retired to Lake Constance, Germany, with his german wife and son Patrick (who is a renowned jazz drummer himself) before passing away two years later. He is most famous for working and recording with Chet Baker, Eric Dolphy, Larry Young, Clark Terry, Bill Coleman, Lou Bennett, Mal Waldron and more.[1]


  • André Reweliotty et son orchestre jouent des inédits de Sidney Bechet (1959) EP
  • Bill Coleman (1960) EP
  • Guy Lafitte Jazz Sextet (1962) EP
  • Relaxez Vous Avec Jack Diéval Et Son Quartette (1966) LP
  • Chet Baker Quintet Brussels 1964 (1992) CD/(2006) DVD
  • Eric Dolphy Naima (1964) LP/CD
  • Jack Diéval Ambiance Pour Deux Pianos (1964) LP
  • Club Du Piano N°1: Jack Diéval Présente (196?) LP
  • Geo Daly Avec Stéphane Grappelli: Baroque Up To Date (196?) LP
  • Larry Young in Paris - The ORTF Recordings (1965) LP/2CD
  • André Hodeir Anna Livia Plurabelle (1966) LP
  • Michel Roques Dédicace (1966) EP
  • Jazz Jamboree 66 Vol. 1: Stuff Smith Quartet (1966) LP
  • Lou Bennett Trio Ovzeni Jazzohevo Festivalu 1966 (1967) LP
  • Nathan Davis With Georges Arvanitas Trio – Live in Paris – The ORTF Recordings 1966/67 (2019) LP
  • En Avant La Zizique (w/ Michel Roques Trio) (1968) LP
  • Eraldo Volonté Free And loose (1968) LP/CD
  • Michel Roques Trio Safari (1968) LP
  • Bill Coleman: ? (1969) EP
  • Mal Waldron Ursula (1969) LP
  • Clark Terry International Festival Band At The Montreux Jazz Festival (1969) LP
  • Michel Roques Chorus (1971) LP
  • Jean Bonal Guitare Jazz (1974) LP
  • The Fabulous Pescara Jam Sessions 1970-1975 (w/ Chet Baker) (1991) CD
  • Patrice Galas/Marc Fosset/Franco Manzecchi Organ (1978) LP


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