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Enrico Rava: Five Decades of Jazz - The Co-leader and Sideman Part 2

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Final installment of the Enrico Rava special focusing on his projects as co-leader and sideman (click here to access the first part) with a special focus on his 'electric projects,' duo collaborations, in particular with pianists, and artistic relationship with heavy-weight of the American avant-garde like Cecil Taylor, Archie Shepp and Jimmy Lyons.

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Barney Wilen Quintet "Estate" Passione (Venus) 0:16
  • Host talks 05:18
  • Richard Galliano, Enrico Rava "Viaggio" Italian Jazz Today (Musica Jazz) 05:58
  • Karl Berger Orchestra "Movement 2" No Man Is an Island (Knitting Factory) 14:45
  • Enrico Rava-Dino Saluzzi Quintet "Minguito" Volver (ECM) 20:41
  • Host talks 31:51
  • Aga Taura Confab "Barco hasta el cielo" El Convidado (RP) 33:33
  • Robin Kenyatta "Island Shakedown" Terra Nova (Rhino) 41:42
  • Gas Mask "The Immigrant" Their First Album (Tonsil) 45:14
  • Giochi Proibiti con Enrico Rava "Start" Toucan (A Tempo) 50:53
  • Host talks 1:00:46
  • Enrico Rava, Stefano Bollani "Bandoleros" Montréal Diary /B (Live) (Label Bleu) 1:04:08
  • Enrico Pieranunzi, Enrico Rava "Reflejos de Borges" Nausicaa (Egea) 1:09:06
  • Renato Sellani, Enrico Rava "Amore baciami" Radio days (Philology) 1:13:38
  • Francesco Bearzatti Bizart Trio + Rava "Assenza" Hope (Auand) 1:17:45
  • Host talks 1:20:30
  • Archie Shepp "Naima" Little Red Moon (Soul Note) 1:22:01
  • Jimmy Lyons "Ballada" Give It Up (Black Saint) 1:29:45
  • The Barry Altschul Quartet "Tapajack" Irina (Soul Note) 1:33:18
  • Host talks 1:41:13
  • Cecil Taylor Segment II (Orchestra of Two Continents) "Taht" Winged Serpent (Soul Note) 1:43:40

  • Photo Credit: Luca D'Agostino (Phocus Agency).

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