Jazz Confronto 14
HORO Records (Italy) 1975
HLL 101-14 (LP)
sleeve : VG+(TEOC, wear on edge and corner, color-faded.)
media : EX/EX(some slightly surface noises.one very small and slightly wear that does not affect to sounds.)
Italian trumpeter Enrico Rava, who has left many works for the cutting-edge German jazz labels ECM and JAPO, and whose distinctive tone and melodies are ear-catching in a wide range of styles from modal to contemporary/free, released this album on the Italian label HORO, which has left many great records. This album was released in 1975 on the Italian label HORO. The album features Massimo Urbani (as) and Calvin Hill (b), who inherited the spirit of John Coltrane and Slbert Ayler in Italy, and Nestor Astor, who showed his skills on many Argentine jazz/rock albums, including Litto Nebbia and Chivo Borraro. Nestor Astarita, who has shown his skills on many Argentine jazz/rock albums including Litto Nebbia and Chivo Borraro, participates. A1, the ethnic phrasing and Astarita's high-speed drumming, and B1, the funky rhythm section on the back of the brooding showcase the free-form interplay that was typical of this period, but the lyrical melodies that can be glimpsed throughout the themes are the essence of Rava's work. Highly recommended. If you like Don Cherry up to "Brown Rice" or so, you should also check this out.