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It Could Be The End by Sal La Rocca

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Album Title: It Could Be The End
Label: Igloo Records
Released: 2012
Duration: 57:42

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Fiona's Comments

Glistens like a chandelier, all its many facets, complicated and intricate, with a mellow and exacting groove. Nothing apocalyptic here.

About the Album

Jazz critics have found that this title (It Could Be The End) raises some pessimism, for me it's the opposite, it may be the end of a bad time. Question of point of view.

Personnel

Sal La Rocca
bass, acoustic

Additional Personnel

Sal La Rocca, doublebass; Jacques Schwarz-Bart, sax tenor; Lorenzo Di Maio, guitar; Pascal Mohy, piano & Fender Rhodes; Hans van Oosterhout, drums

Date featured

May 15, 2017

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