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Granada Bus by Ernesto Cervini

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Album Title: Rev
Label: Anzic Records
Released: 2017


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Fiona's Comments

Its well oiled, all the pistons work, slides along without a fault. Leaning on the bombastic side.

About the Album

Ernesto Cervini’s Turboprop burst on to the North American jazz scene in 2015 with the release of their eponymous debut. With Rev, Cervini continues to prove that he is one of the most talented drummer/composer/bandleader’s in the jazz scene today, and Turboprop is one of the most joyous and creative outlets. As Cervini states, “although I am the band-leader, Turboprop truly feels like a collective due to the passion, commitment and love everybody brings to each performance.” This passion and commitment is front and centre on Rev as each member of the band is given an opportunity to shine, and they all deliver poignant and memorable musical moments. The album features a well-crafted balance of the subtle and the bombastic, the subdued and the raucous. Featuring ve original pieces (including 2 from Cervini), two pop “covers” and one jazz standard, there is plenty of variety for all to enjoy. REV will be released worldwide on ANZIC Records on Friday, October 27th, 2017.

Track Listing

The Libertine; Granda Bus; No Rain; Rev; The Daily Mail; Pennies From Heaven; Ranthem; Arc Of Instability.


Additional Personnel

Tra Davidson: soprano and alto saxophones; Joel Frahm; tenor saxophone; William Carn: trombone; Adrean Farrugia: piano; Dan Loomis: bass; Ernesto Cervini: drums.


  • Rev by Dan McClenaghan

Date featured

October 26, 2017

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