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Sestetto Basso-Valdambrini - The Best Modern Jazz in Italy 1962 (2014 Japan Edition)

30-08-2015, 06:54
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Sestetto Basso-Valdambrini - The Best Modern Jazz in Italy 1962 (2014 Japan Edition)

Artist: Sestetto Basso-Valdambrini
Title Of Album: The Best Modern Jazz in Italy 1962
Year Of Release: 1962 (2014)
Label: Sony Music Japan SICP 4268
Genre: Jazz, Hard Bop, Modal
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 31:57
Total Size: 198 mb
WebSite: amazon


01. Dr. Jackle - 3:47
02. Coltrane Style - 3:55
03. In Your Own Sweet Way - 4:24
04. Monotonia - 4:08
05. Jubilation - 5:17
06. Vinnie's Components - 4:26
07. Are You Real? - 5:38

Giorgio Azzolini - bass
Lionello Bionda - drums
Renato Sellani - piano
Gianni Basso - tenor saxophone
Dino Piana - trombone
Oscar Valdambrini - trumpet
Written by Benny Golson (#7), Dave Brubeck (#3), George Gruntz (#6), Gianni Basso (#2), Jackie McLean (#1), Julian Mance (#5), Oscar Valdambrini (#4)

A really landmark album in European jazz – one of those records that always tops the lists of collectors, and for good reason too! The sextet of trumpeter Oscar Valdambrini and tenorist Gianni Basso was easily one of the greatest things going in jazz on that side of the Atlantic in the early 60s – a fresh, modern group who could still play with plenty of soul – avoiding some of the cool jazz traps of other European combos, and really hitting hard with solo work that matched the best American work of the time. The sound here is really incredible – tunes that bristle with electricity from the very first note, played with a cohesiveness that makes the record far more than just a happy accident in the studio! Titles include the originals "Coltrane Style" and "Monotonia", plus versions of Jackie McLean's "Dr Jackle", Junior Mance's "Jubilation", and Benny Golson's "Are You Real".

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