Paolo Fresu – ¡30! (2014) [Official Digital Download 24bit/88,2kHz]

Paolo Fresu – ¡30! (2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/88,2 kHz | Time – 01:03:00 minutes | 1,21 GB | Genre: Jazz
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © Tuk Musi

They are back in studio to celebrate 30 years of collaboration of the historical Paolo Fresu quintet, with new original tracks. The result is an album that celebrates these talented and creative artists’ three decades of collaboration and friendship on stage and in life. A perfect balance between polyrythm, african rhythms and moments of silence, showing the band has gained a lot in maturity. This album celebrates the thirteenth anniversary of one of the oldest and active groups of european jazz.

The Quintet thanks everyone who attended and supported us throughout these years and those who are gone but still are in our minds. We also thank Alessandro Sanna for his poetry, Roberto Cifarelli for his friendship before his splendid portraits, Walter Buonanno (aka Bonnot) for ‘Chiaro’, Stefano Amerio which is our home of creation and the entire team of Tǔk Music, Bonsaï, Ponderosa and Pannonica. A special dedication to Sardinia, theater of dramas and beautiful encounters.

1-1. Paolo Fresu – Chiaro (05:34)
1-2. Paolo Fresu – Till the End (04:58)
1-3. Paolo Fresu – Trenta giorni (03:16)
1-4. Paolo Fresu – Perspective from the Train (03:19)
1-5. Paolo Fresu – Trasparente (05:05)
1-6. Paolo Fresu – Aquile (05:44)
1-7. Paolo Fresu – Giallefoglie (08:23)
1-8. Paolo Fresu – Scuro (03:29)
1-9. Paolo Fresu – Gufo (05:20)
1-10. Paolo Fresu – When I Am Laid in Heart (02:37)
1-11. Paolo Fresu – Go Go B. (04:35)
1-12. Paolo Fresu – Words of Wisdom (03:45)
1-13. Paolo Fresu – Colibri’ (02:24)
1-14. Paolo Fresu – The Old Way (Bonus Track) (04:25)

Paolo Fresu – trumpet, flugelhorn, effects, claps
Tino Tracanna – tenor and soprano saxophones
Roberto Cipelli – piano, Fender Rhodes, keyboards
Attilio Zanchi – double bass
Ettore Fioravanti – drums and percussion


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