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Forgotten Matches. The Worlds Of Steve Lacy (1934-2004)

Forgotten Matches. The Worlds Of Steve Lacy (1934-2004) by Roberto Ottaviano buy album

Roberto Ottaviano

Label: Dodicilune Records
Released: 2015
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Track Listing


CD 1: Trickles; Gay Paree Bop; The Rent; Blues for Aida; Cette Fois; Herbe De L’Houbli; Clichès; We Don't; The Crust; Utah; Bookioni; That's For J.J. (Dedicated to the late Jean Jacques Avenel).
CD 2 : Flakes; What It Is; A.H.; Hemline; Angels Friends Neighbours; The Seagulls of Kristiansund; Wickets; Una specie di roba mista. Poly Free Independent; Agenda; Orange Grove; That's for Gilles (Dedicated to the late Gilles Laheurte).

Personnel

Roberto Ottaviano
Roberto Ottaviano

saxophone, soprano

Additional Personnel / Information


CD 1: Roberto Ottaviano: sax soprano; Glenn Ferris: trombone; Giovanni Maier: contrabbasso, Cristiano Calcagnile: batteria.
CD 2: Roberto Ottaviano: sax soprano; Alexander Hawkins: pianoforte.


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