A real artistic masterpiece. Since his first recording, Antonio Zambrini resulted one of the most interestingcomposers and piano players on the new European jazz scene.
Zambrini , in this record, express himself as compositor, in a way absolutely extraordinary, full and mature.
Zambrini's fondness for advanced harmonies ideally includes him in the realm of musicians very far from his style such as Ivan Lins, Antonio Carlos Jobim and Djavan, or also nineteenth century music giants as Maurice Ravel.
The very great percussion set of Roberto Dani and the bass of Tito Mangialajo Rantzer keeping a constant rhythmic/melodic network around them, where groove and melody keep a beautiful balance with no overlapping.
Kyle Gregory’s flugelhorn underlines the melodies with the beauty of its sound, while showing on the solos a perfect ability to build in empathy with Zambrini, generating a musical path where silences and breathes are as important as notes. Luckily enough each of these musician has overcome time ago the need to show off their own instrumental skills, choosing instead to concentrate the attention on the intensity of the final result, kept along the duration of all
the recording, with no give in. Even in the most quiet parts, the tension remains high, and this recording confirms very clearly, as if it were necessary, the exquisite stature of this artist and of his own travel companions.
- Drums and Percussion
- trumpet and flugelhorn
- Double bass
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