Dino & Franco Piana Septet – Seven (2012) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Dino & Franco Piana Septet - Seven (2012) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Dino & Franco Piana Septet
Album: Seven
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2012
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:09:07
Total Tracks: 10
Total Size: 1,39 GB


01. Dino & Franco Piana Septet – Open Dialogues Suite: I. Movimento (02:48)
02. Dino & Franco Piana Septet – Open Dialogues Suite: II. Movimento (06:53)
03. Dino & Franco Piana Septet – Open Dialogues Suite: III. Movimento (06:54)
04. Dino & Franco Piana Septet – Open Dialogues Suite: IV. Movimento (07:11)
05. Dino & Franco Piana Septet – Your Smile (04:35)
06. Dino & Franco Piana Septet – Eight and One (07:46)
07. Dino & Franco Piana Septet – Dark Eyes (09:51)
08. Dino & Franco Piana Septet – Asimmetrico (08:15)
09. Dino & Franco Piana Septet – Sunlight (06:40)
10. Dino & Franco Piana Septet – Step by Step (08:09)


This all-star aggregation features some of the most prominent names on Italy’s modern jazz scene, including trumpeters Enrico Rava and Fabrizio Bosso, drummer Roberto Gatto, superb pianist Enrico Pieranunzi and the father-son team of valve trombonist Dino Piana and his gifted offspring, the trumpeter-composer-arranger Franco Piana. The four-movement Open Dialogues bears the harmonically rich stamp of Gil Evans and includes expressive solos from each of the band members; their collective swing factor is evident on the exhilarating final movement of this impressive 24-minute suite, which includes a bold tenor sax solo from Max Ionata and an adventurous plunger solo from Bosso (who nonchalantly drops in a quote from Monk’s “Nutty” along the way). “Your Smile” is a gorgeous vehicle for Franco’s lyrical flugelhorn playing, and the uptempo burner “Eighty and One” is another swinging showcase with solo-section fireworks. “Asimmetrico” is a tip of the hat to Monk, while the beautiful ballad “Sunlight” has Pieranunzi channeling Bill Evans. Trumpet great Rava appears on one track, the buoyant calypso-flavored closer, “Step by Step.” Classy mainstream jazz at its finest. ~~Bill Milkowski, JazzTimes

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