Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Rava / D'Andrea / Vitous / Humair - QUATRE (1989 GALA records)


This is the first (of two) record of an european all-star quartet from late eighties. The group is made by the italians Enrico Rava on trumpet and Franco D'andrea on piano, swiss drummer Daniel Humair and Miroslav Vitous on bass. Each member contributes with nice compositions and the collective spirit is impressive, fed by the lyrical voice of Rava, the subtle harmonies of D'Andrea's piano and the variety of rhythms and timbres produced by Humair and Vitous.

I hope you'll enjoy it! ------------------- CJ

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10 comments:

Ernesto said...

Happy New Year to you too! Keep health, keep cool & keep jizz :-) By the way i just descovered yr. bloog a on the top Enrico (I do love Rava) Thank you very much! & Now alow me to wallk around in your Jizz.

Ernesto said...

Hi, me again...woooh Gayle, Taylor... i guess you are my man :-) Thanks a lot some of the Gayle i will love to listen. Keep Jizz

il angelo said...

Good way to start the year...and the goodbye to last was magnificeny with all the gayles, thanks galore

Boromir said...

Thanks for this great post.

juan said...

Yes, this is a joy of a recording
Being a fan of Miroslav V since his early Weather Report days, its good
to hear this great bassist again.


Thanks and best for you
all at Jizz

Juan

juan said...

Yes, this is a joy of a recording
Being a fan of Miroslav V since his early Weather Report days, its good
to hear this great bassist again.


Thanks and best for you
all at Jizz

Juan

music resistance said...

Many thank for this really gem relics!
thanks for all your shares!
Keep "relicious" moving

FRANCIS said...

What a beautiful music. I love each of these musicians and the entire session. But .... you can imagine my frustration ! What and Where is the second record from this quartet ??? Thousand thanks.

Jizzrelics said...

i don't have, but i'm looking for it ;)

Peter said...

Great musicians, jizzman - you have taste!

The second album is still in print, it seems.