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Blistering by Samo Salamon

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Album Title: Duality
Label: SAZAS
Released: 2011

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Fiona's Comments

Samo continues to impress as a strong voice on the jazz guitar scene. This volatile tune has fire for emotion and precision to spread the flames fast. Even when the tempo changes, the intensity doesn't waver. Very nice.

About the Album

This new release Bassless Trios: Duality features 10 original compositions and includes two great bands - a US TRIO featuring Tim Berne on alto sax and Tom Rainey on drums - and a EUROPEAN TRIO featuring Achille Succi on alto sax and Roberto Dani on drums. The song "Blistering" features the American trio.

Track Listing

Blistering; Flying Potatoes; Mea Culpa; Twists And Turns; Falcon's Flight; Roofs In The City; Kei's Garden; Road To Nantucket; Nantucket; The Weight Of One Daisy; Asking For A Break.

Personnel

Samo Salamon
guitar, electric

Additional Personnel

Samo Salamon: guitar; Tim Berne: alto saxophone (1-4); Tom Rainey: drums (1-4); Achille Succi: alto saxophone (5-7, 9), bass clarinet (10, 11); Roberto Dani: drums (5-11).

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Date featured

December 13, 2011

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