Cacophony

1801 N. Lima Street
Burbank, CA 91505
ph. 818-557-8605
em. [email protected]

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Los Angeles

Cacophony is an independent label that represents the music of composer/woodwind player Frank Macchia. His CDs include “The Galapagos Suite”, “Animals”, “Mo' Animals”, “Emotions” (which garnered a Grammy nomination for Best Instrumental Arrangement “Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair”), “Landscapes” (which garnered a Grammy nomination for Best Instrumental Arrangement “Down In the Valley”), “Saxolollapalooza”, “Folk Songs for Jazzers” and in 2011... “SON of Folk Songs for Jazzers”.

Musicians performing on the CDs include Grammy Award winning Billy Childs, Wayne Bergeron, Dave Carpenter, Gene Cipriano,Vinnie Colaiuta, Beverly Dahlke-Smith, Peter Erskine, Bruce Fowler, Ray Frisby, Grant Geissman, Ellis Hall, Larry Hall, Michael Hatfield, Trey Henry, Alex Iles, Mark Isham, Valarie King, Ken Kugler, Howard Levy, Sal Lozano, Eric Marienthal, Jay Mason, Kevin Porter, Tom Ranier, Bill Reichenbach, Bob Sheppard, and Tierney Sutton

Rhythm Abstraction: Ruby
Frank Macchia / Brock Avery

Rhythm Abstraction: Ruby

July 11, 2020
Rhythm Abstraction: Gold
Frank Macchia / Brock Avery

Rhythm Abstraction: Gold

April 13, 2020
Rhythm Abstraction: Azure
Frank Macchia & Brock Avery

Rhythm Abstraction: Azure

February 02, 2020
Rhythm Kaleidoscope
Frank Macchia

Rhythm Kaleidoscope

January 18, 2019
Grease Mechanix
Frank Macchia

Grease Mechanix

December 18, 2013
Frank Macchia's Swamp Thang
Frank Macchia

Frank Macchia's Swamp Thang

January 12, 2012
Son Of Folk Songs For Jazzers
Frank Macchia

Son Of Folk Songs For Jazzers

March 23, 2011
Son Of Folk Songs For Jazzers
Frank Macchia

Son Of Folk Songs For Jazzers

March 21, 2011
Folk Songs for Jazzers
Frank Macchia

Folk Songs for Jazzers

March 06, 2010
Folk Songs for Jazzers
Frank Macchia

Folk Songs for Jazzers

February 25, 2010

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