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Gato Barbieri: In Search of the Mystery

Read "In Search of the Mystery" reviewed by Lyn Horton

Argentinean reed man Gato Barbieri began his career in the 1960s, looking to establish a voice that separated him from his native musical language. Having recorded twice in bands led by his mentor, trumpeter Don Cherry, in Paris and with Italian pianist Giorgio Gaslini's large ensemble in Milan prior to this recording, Barbieri decided to go ...

In Search of the Mystery

Label: ESP Disk
Released: 2009
Track listing: In Search of the Mystery/Michelle; Obsession No. 2/Cinemateque.

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Gato Barbieri: In Search of the Mystery

Read "In Search of the Mystery" reviewed by Warren Allen

This is not dinner music, nor is it Last Tango in Paris, though there are actually hints of tango flitting around the mix. This is Gato Barbieri with a little extra scream in his step, moving out in the free vein of the '60s avant-garde--loud, brash, unpolished and unapologetic. Showing the influence of his work with ...

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Gato Barbieri: In Search of the Mystery

Read "In Search of the Mystery" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Leandro “Gato" Barbieri has traversed a wide range of musical styles over his career. His earliest recordings counted Don Cherry, Abdullah Ibrahim and Roswell Rudd as collaborators. He was quick to settle into the avant-garde before exploring South American music. He later went on to play pop fanned tunes and disco music. Fortunately these commercialized transgressions ...

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Gato Barbieri: In Search of the Mystery

Read "In Search of the Mystery" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

Gato Barbieri winds up and uncorks a meandering apocalyptic shout that begins with a growling, sinewy tenor and often returns there via a continuous spiral of bell-like primal screeches. He is probing, poking the tones of the tenor and searching madly for a timbral key to unlock a hidden route to harmonic peace. On this seminal ...

In Search Of The Mystery

Label: Centro De La Cultura Popular Canaria
Released: 1999


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