Import – EWOC 005 – S/T – Mal Waldron Trio [Sold Out]

マル・ウォルドロンが1966年に伊KARIMに残した激レア=モーダル・ピアノ・トリオ作品が奇跡のリイシュー。オリジナル3面ゲイトフォールド・ジャケットを忠実に再現。ジェラルド・フリジーナ監修のもと実現したseriE.WOCリイシュー第5弾。

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Cat#:

LABEL: seriE.WOC, Italy
FORMAT:
LP / EWOC-LP005 (JAN: N/A) SOLD OUT
CD / EWOC-CD005 (JAN: 4560312319147) SOLD OUT
ARTIST: MAL WALDRON TRIO
TITLE: MAL WALDRON TRIO
Originally released as: KARIM(KLP14, 1966 Italy)

Lineup:

Mal Waldron (piano)
Giovanni Tommaso (bass)
Pepito Pignatelli (drums)

Credit:

Inciso a Roma il 30 Maggio, 1966
A cura di G. Fischetti
Copertina di Laurence De Bellaigue
Pianoforte : Steinway & Sons
Microfoni : Neumann U67
Equilizzazione : C.C.I.R.
Macchine : AMPEX
Nastri : «Scotch» Magnetic Tapes
Stampa : G.E.C. – Roma

seriE.WOC thanks to: Giovanni Tommaso for believing in the project, Gerardo Frisina for archive advice

Tracks

A1. Steady Bread (Mal Waldron)
A2. Blues For Picchi (Mal Waldron)
A3. Rosa (Mal Waldron)
A4. Maroc (Mal Waldron)
A5. For Bob (Mal Waldron)

B1. Theme De Coureurs (Mal Waldron)
B2. View From St. Luca (Mal Waldron)
B3. Chim Chim Cheree (R.M. Sherman)
B4. Dock Scene (Mal Waldron)
B5. Speedy (Mal Waldron)

Notes

“In parallel to the evolution of Classical Music, started looking for new forms of expression, even in the current new experimental Jazz Music scene gave the start to an expression research that having entirely abandoned the conventional phrasing often confuses the listener. If you add to this that, the Jazz cannot ignore the personality of the performer and his technical, stylistic and maturity skill, no wonder the fact that it could become an art form of popular and widely accessible, to an art form often cerebral, cold and followed by poor public. But lovers of Jazz Music believe in the validity of it for all that you can express genuine and essential, in particular for its immediate communicability is obtained from authentic musical talents. As a tribute to this belief, we wanted to present to the public a great jazz pianist, Mal Waldron, who trained in Trio, with Pepito Pignatelli drums and Giovanni Tommaso on double bass, has performed 10 tracks of indisputable artistic interest, particularly representative of his inimitable style, that confirm the quality of jazz as artistic fact. The real artistic personality of this exceptional pianist is evidenced by the variety and rhythmic counterpoint made by his left hand: the compositions “Theme de Coureurs” and “Maroc” are two brilliant examples of the cool musical palette that makes an authentic leader and Mal Waldron perhaps the depositary of the most valid current of contemporary jazz.” G. Fischetti – Rome – 1966