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Enrico Rava & Mario RuscaDNA (clear red vinyl) (2022 Record Store Day Release) ... LP
Saar Milano (Italy), 1997. New Copy ... $29.99 36.99
An overlooked gem from the Italian scene of the 90s – a set that features the sparkling trumpet work of Enrico Rava next to the bold piano lines of Mario Rusca – both coming together here with the vibe of some lost session from the Rom scene of the 60s and 70s! Rusca works here with his core trio – Lucio Terzano on bass and Tony Arco on drums – and on three of the album's tracks, the trio stands alone – great enough together, although the presence of Rava makes things especially nice on the remaining tracks – and Enrico blows in a way that's very different than some of his other late 90s material. Titles include "Chromosome Blues", "DNA", "How High The Moon", "Flawless", and "You & The Night & The Music". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited ediiton on clear red vinyl pressing!)

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Mario RuscaMonochrome Blues ... LP
Mono Jazz (Italy), 2021. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $34.99
The first record we've heard in years from Italian pianist Mario Rusca – and a set that really lives up to the strength of all of his classic material from back in the day! The album's a beautifully recorded set – done in mono, which seems to bring an even richer quality to the sound of the piano in the hands of Rusca – deep, round tones that ring out beautifully in a set that's heavy on original compositions – and which features work from Riccardo Fioravanti on bass and Tony Arco on drums. The spirit of the record is like one of those lost Italian jazz treasures from the 60s – the kind of record would normally change hands for hundreds of dollars – and the double-length set is overflowing with gems – on titles that include "Monocrhome Blues", "Double Horn", "Tempo Blues", "Blue Dream", and versions of "Infant Eyes", "Blues For Gwen", "Blues Walk", "Blue Minor", "Rachid", and "Bass Blues". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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Tullio De PiscopoTullio De Piscopo Vol 2 ... LP
Carosello/New Platform (Italy), 1976. New Copy (reissue)... $36.99 39.99
The legendary Italian drummer Tullio De Piscopo is at his most dynamic here – effortlessly blending funky jazz, soul, and bits of prog – all at that level that soon made him a legend in the clubs! Tullio's a hell of a drummer at the core – you'll know that if you've ever heard his solo work – and here, he uses his masterful style on the kit alongside bits of vocals, guitar, and bass – plus some great work on saxes and flute from Larry Nocella and Giorgio Baiocco! There's some added percussion at many points too – and Tullio handles rototom, congas, and timpani next to his work on drums – stretching out with some help on arrangements from jazz talents Sante Palumbo and Mario Rusca too. Titles include the longer "Concerto Per Napoli", plus "Afelio", "Fiesta", "Sipario", "Funiculi Funicula", "Periello", "Guainella", "O Stadio", and "Il Mondo Gira". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Tullio De PiscopoTullio De Piscopo Vol 2 ... CD
Carosello/New Platform (Italy), 1976. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The legendary Italian drummer Tullio De Piscopo is at his most dynamic here – effortlessly blending funky jazz, soul, and bits of prog – all at that level that soon made him a legend in the clubs! Tullio's a hell of a drummer at the core – you'll know that if you've ever heard his solo work – and here, he uses his masterful style on the kit alongside bits of vocals, guitar, and bass – plus some great work on saxes and flute from Larry Nocella and Giorgio Baiocco! There's some added percussion at many points too – and Tullio handles rototom, congas, and timpani next to his work on drums – stretching out with some help on arrangements from jazz talents Sante Palumbo and Mario Rusca too. Titles include the longer "Concerto Per Napoli", plus "Afelio", "Fiesta", "Sipario", "Funiculi Funicula", "Periello", "Guainella", "O Stadio", and "Il Mondo Gira". CD
Also available Tullio De Piscopo Vol 2 ... LP 36.99
 
 
 



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