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Label: CAM Jazz
Released: 2010
Track listing: A Flower is a Lovesome Thing; King Arthur; Angelica; December 26; Peace; Scent of Sicily; Waiting For; Why Don't I; Winter Sky.


Francesco Cafiso Quartet: Angelica

Read "Angelica" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Angelica claims a spot as a superior quartet set--alto saxophone and a rhythm section--right at the very beginning, not with the Duke Ellington-penned title tune, but with a Billy Strayhorn gem, “A Flower is a Lovesome Thing." Italian saxophonist and jazz prodigy, Francesco Cafiso--just nineteen years old at the time this music was laid down--ignores the ...


Label: CAM Jazz
Released: 2009
Track listing: 1. A Flower is a Lovesome Thing (Billy Stayhorn) - 05:34; 2. King Arthur - 05:49; 3. Angelica (Duke Ellington) - 07:45; 4. December 26th - 04:41; 5. Peace (Horace Silver) - 05:31; 6. Scent of Sicily - 09:30; 7. Waiting for - 06:36; 8. Why Don't (Sonny Rollins) - 04:32; 9. Winter Sky (Nello Toscano) - 03:34. Dove non indicato le composizioni sono di Cafiso.


Francesco Cafiso: Angelica

Read "Angelica" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Angelica, registrato in studio a New York nel settembre 2008, conferma in gran parte le impressioni tratte dalle recenti apparizioni concertistiche del contraltista siciliano, ossia che appare maturato sotto diversi aspetti. Innanzi tutto, come compositore: i suoi brani, alternati a standard di Ellington, Strayhorn, Silver e Rollins, presentano prevalentemente linee lunghe e pigre, in grado di ...


Label: Enja Records
Released: 1988


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