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Enrico Rava: Around the Jazz World in 80 Years - The Leader Part - 2

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Second part of the Enrico Rava special focusing on his projects as leader (click here to access the first part) showcasing his range of interests from the tradition of the American Songbook, to Bitches Brew like soundscapes and Opera.

This playlist features his work with the likes of Roswell Rudd, Franco D'Andrea, John Abercrombie, Gianluigi Trovesi, Aldo Romano, Javier Girotto, Richard Galliano, Tony Oxley, Marcello Melis, Nana Vasconcelos, Stefano Battaglia and many more.

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Enrico Rava & Michael Flugel Quartet "Diva" Live at Birdland Neuburg (Barnette) 0:16
  • Host talks 9:11
  • Enrico Rava Quintet "Echoes of Duke" The Words and the Days (ECM) 10:15
  • Enrico Rava "You Don't Know What Love Is" What a Day (Gala) 15:42
  • Enrico Rava Quartet "Rose Selavy" Ah (ECM) 25:57
  • Host talks 30:47
  • Enrico Rava "Da Silva" Electric Five (Soul Note) 33:08
  • Enrico Rava "By the Sea" The Pilgrim and the Stars (ECM) 38:29
  • Enrico Rava "Fluid Connection" Katcharpari (MPS) 43:13
  • Enrico Rava "To Start With" Il Giro del Giorno in 80 Mondi (Black Saint) 48:55
  • Host talks 54:06
  • Enrico Rava "Privacy" On the Dance Floor (ECM) 55:56
  • Enrico Rava "Nature boy" Full of Life (Cam Jazz) 1:01:13
  • Enrico Rava "San Justo" Quotation Marks (ECM) 1:09:26
  • Host talks 1:18:16
  • Enrico Rava 4Uartet "Bella" Animals (Gala) 1:20:25
  • Enrico Rava "Stabat Mater" Rava l'opéra va (Label Bleu) 1:24:49
  • Enrico Rava "Operetta" Rava String Band (Soul Note) 1:35:21
  • Host talks 1:37:45
  • Enrico Rava Quartet "The Fearless Five" Enrico Rava Quartet (ECM) 1:40:28

  • Photo credit: Andrea Rotili.

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