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Performer: Tommaso Starace
Title: Plays The Photos Of Elliot Erwitt
Country: Europe
Genre: Jazz
Released: 2006
Catalog number: CD QF0553-2
Label: Frame
MP3 album szie: 2707 mb
FLAC album size: 2166 mb

Tracklist

1Set Me Free (Lament Of A Mannequin)
2Goodbyes
3Tongue In Cheek
4Keep Moving Please!
5Spinning Out Of Control
6Loving Gloves
7Felix Gladys And Rover
8Tickets Please!

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone, Soprano SaxophoneTommaso Starace
  • BassJulian Bury
  • DrumsJim Hart
  • PianoLiam Noble
  • VibraphoneRoger Beaujolais

Notes

Comes in a 3-fold digipak sleeve and booklet insert
The "A0" in the matrix is stamped into the CD

Barcodes

  • Barcode: none
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC A0100655887-0101 14 A0
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94W5
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.

Companies

  • Glass Mastered At – Sony DADC – A0100655887-0101
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CD , Album. Страна: Europe. Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone Tommaso Starace. Bass Julian Bury. Drums Jim Hart. Tommaso Starace - soprano sax Liam Noble - piano Roger Beaujolais - vibraphone Julian Bury - bass Jim Hart - drums. Plays The Photos Of Elliot Erwitt Contents. Album infos. Buy music. After his second last album Italian Short Stories Tommaso continues to work on composing tunes with strong thematic elements inviting the listener to jump in the past re living ancient fables and epic scenes. Original compositions by both musicians with a couple of arrangements of pieces by Chick Corea and Randy Newman make up this poetic and nostalgic album. Tommaso Starace Plays the Photos of Elliot Erwitt. Set Me Free Lament Of A Mannequin Tommaso Starace. Don't Forget. Seven Blues Tommaso Starace. Add album to Cart. Keep Moving Please. Starace is accompanied by a high-class local band here, including pianist Liam Noble and vibraphonist Roger Beaujolais, on originals inspired by eight images by Magnum photographer Elliott Erwitt. The venture stands up on Starace's fast, bop-based playing and strong originals that suggest a tradition-rooted composer who keeps the jazz past active. Keep Moving Please is a serpentine hard-boppish melody with fast clusters of notes jammed into the turns. The ballads display Starace's interest in imparting a tenor-like muscularity to the alto, and he has a keening, classical-sounding pu. There's a slightly acidic quality to Tommaso Starace's alto sax, which serves among other things to set him at some distance from many of the more common influences. On the level of a player, then, this puts him in a good position, especially in view of the fact that his work on the soprano sax might be described as akin to a quirk-free Lol Coxhill, which at least places Starace in one of the most sparsely populated classes. Starace has paid enough attention to the visual inspirations behind the music for the whole thing to work. This is perhaps best exemplified by Tongue In Cheek, an up-tempo romp the like of which is fitting both for the title and the photo which inspired it. In 1953, Elliot Erwitt joined Magnum Photos and worked as a freelance photographer for 'Collier's', 'Look', 'LIFE', and 'Holiday'. Erwitt became known for benevolent irony, and for a humanistic sensibility traditional to the spirit of Magnum. Read More. Selected works. Elliott Erwitt on the Mystery of Couples. Elliott Erwitt. We reflect on Elliott Erwitts playful monograph, Between the Sexes. Listen to music from Tommaso Starace like Back to My Roots, Tongue In Cheek & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Tommaso Starace. 29 January 2016. Play album. Do you have any photos of this artist Add an image. Plays the Photos of Elliot Erwitt. 3 listeners. 2006 8 tracks. Tommaso Starace plays the photos of Elliott Erwitt. Prelude to Isfahan. Tommaso Starace Quartet - Don't Forget. Go Tom Tommaso Starace Quartet - Don't Forget. Bohemia After Dark. Seven Blues