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Venegoni & Co. - Rumore Rosso (1977/2005)

22-04-2016, 11:40
Jazz | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Rumore Rosso
Year Of Release: 1977/2005
Label: Electromantic Music/Turin Jazz Rock School
Genre: Jazz-Rock, Fusion, Prog. Rock
Quality: FLAC (log,tracks+cue)
Total Time: 0:47:24
Total Size: 321 Mb


01. Coesione 05:19
02. Danza della Mutazione Perenne 04:17
03. Liberta Definitiva 06:05
04. Memoria 03:30
05. Ubud 02:52
06. Positivo E... 03:45
07. Coda Tronca 01:04
08. Liberta Provvisoria 04:37
09. Cuica 04:15
10. Morti di Ideologia 03:16
11. Coesione (Live) [Bonus Track] 08:01

Although this band was led by a guitarist, Luigi Venegoni of Arti & Mestieri, it is far from a guitarist showoff exercise, but a very balanced group effort. Keyboards, handled by Ludovico Einaudi and Luca Francesconi, are very prominent, with electric piano especially noticeable. And in fact the group I’m most reminded of here is Weather Report in their early days, from Mysterious Traveler to Black Market or so, only with electric guitar. Guest players on sax heighten the comparison. The grooves are loose and a bit funky, the melodies float along above them, and wah-wah-enhanced electric piano fills in the background. As those familiar with A&M know, Venegoni is a guitarist with a fluid tone and imaginative choices of notes, technically good but not prone to showy lightning-fast slurries of notes. The jazzier setting of this band suits him well, and lovers of jazz should find this as enjoyable as A&M fans. The vocals are a bit on the odd side (remember the singing in Weather Report?), but not annoying, and only show up on a few tracks in any case. For this release, a live version of the opening track “Coesione” is added, and it’s an interesting contrast to the studio version, longer and with more prominent guitar. --Jon Davis

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