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Giovanni Guidi Trio - This Is The Day (2015) [HDtracks]

1-09-2015, 10:01
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Giovanni Guidi Trio - This Is The Day (2015) [HDtracks]

Artist: Giovanni Guidi Trio
Title Of Album: This Is The Day
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: ECM
Genre: Jazz
Quality: 24bits–96.00kHz FLAC
Total Time: 73:16 min
Total Size: 1.30 GB
WebSite: Album Preview


01 - Trilly
02 - Carried Away
03 - Game Of Silence
04 - The Cobweb
05 - Baiiia
06 - The Debate
07 - Where They'd Lived
08 - Quizas quizas quizas
09 - Migration
10 - Trilly var.
11 - I'm Through With Love
12 - The Night It Rained Forever

Giovanni Guidi (piano),
Thomas Morgan (double bass),
João Lobo (drums).

The Giovanni Guidi Trio plays jazz of uncommon originality and reflective depth. On their second ECM album, they continue the work begun on the recording 'City of Broken Dreams', with pensive, abstract ballads which shimmer with inner tension.

Each of the players - Italian pianist Giovanni Guidi, US bassist Thomas Morgan, and Portuguese drummer João Lobo - has a strong sense for the dialectics of sound and silence. The repertoire is mostly from Guidi's pen, but also includes the standard 'I'm Through with Love', Cuban songwriter Osvaldo Farrés' 'Quizás, quizás, quizás' (familiar to jazz listeners through, above all, Nat King Cole's version), and 'Baiiia' by João Lobo.

Born in Foligno, Italy, in 1985, Giovanni Guidi began studying piano at 12, and was encouraged in his musical directions by Enrico Rava at summer master classes in Siena. Rava's admiration for the pianist eventually led to him becoming a member of the trumpeter's quintet. In addition to the trio and his ongoing work with Rava, Guidi has fronted a number of other projects including a quintet with Gianlucca Petrella, Michael Blake, Morgan and Gerald Cleaver, and the 10-piece Unknown Rebel Band which includes João Lobo as one of two drummers. He made his first album under his own name for Japanese label Venus; this was followed by discs for Cam Jazz before he joined ECM, beginning with 'City of Broken Dreams', released in 2013.

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