Visom (Brazil) 1989
LPVO 033 (LP)
sleeve : EX-(SRW,SPSE:Light crack on the back about 2cm,Some slight soiling)
media : EX/EX(a slight dust noise)
This is the second album released in 1989 by Mauro Senise, a Brazilian sax/flute player who played in famous Brazilian fusion groups such as Alquimia and Cama de Gato. The album was released in 1989, and was supported by such famous South American players as Hugo Fattoruso (key), Luiz Alves (b), Robertinho Silva (d), Marinho Boffa (p), and Zaca Assumpcao (b). With a score by Uruguayan keyboardist Hugo Fattoruso, the album includes A1, an electric avant-garde jazz piece that was later played on Hugo's solo album, and A4, an ethnic jazz piece with spiritual saxophone, piccolo, and wet percussion that takes you deep into the Amazon. The final track, B4, is a masterpiece of Brazilian contemporary jazz that elegantly sublimates the ethnic and spiritual worldview with electric sounds. The final track, B4, is a serene piece that can be heard in Egberto Gismonti's score.