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Alberto Pinton Noi Siamo: Resiliency

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Fra reminiscenze dolphyane, in particolare quando imbraccia il clarinetto basso, o piuttosto riconducibili all'Original Quartet ornettiano, per l'estetica complessiva, Alberto Pinton si ricollega in maniera nient'affatto supina o scontata alle fonti di quell'avanguardia storica (nonché, ovviamente, storicizzata) a cui evidentemente sente di appartenere.

Dei sei brani complessivi, ripresi nel corso di un'esibizione al Glenn Miller Café di Stoccolma di fine luglio 2015 e tutti a firma del polistrumentista veneziano (e del resto ormai da più di trent'anni svedese d'adozione, non senza qualche puntata newyorkese), la metà oltrepassa anche di un po' i dieci minuti, consentendo a una data estetica di liberarsi in maniera piena ed esauriente, generalmente vibrante, vitale, scevra da certi eccessi di cerebralismo che talora annebbiano chi pratica questa stessa sponda stilistica.

Un disco e un gruppo (qui alla sua prima incisione) che vorremmo poter gustare ogni tanto anche alle nostre latitudini.

Track Listing: Krigarens Väg; Tangible-Intangible; Magnetism; Lacy; L’Aquilone; Kapten K.

Personnel: Alberto Pinton: baritone saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet; Niklas Barnö: trumpet; Torbjörn Zetterberg: bass; Konrad Agnas: drums

Title: Resiliency | Year Released: 2016 | Record Label: Moserobie

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