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Zlatko Kaućić

Born February 1953 in Postojna, Slovenia. In the Early 70's he moved to Italy where he toured and recorded with the group Hero. In 1975 he was involved with the music co-operative Swiss, playing with Irene Schweitzer, Radu Malfatti, Duško Goykovich and Allen Blairman, among the others. In 1976 he moved to Barcelona and began playing in clubs and festivals all over the country with people such as Peter Delphinich, Eric Peter, Tete Montoliu, Claude Guillot, Paul Stocker, Mike Osborne, Burton Greene, John Lewis, Steve Lacy and Kenny Wheeler, as well as giving solo concerts. In 1979 he toured Portugal with Paul Stocker and then joined The trio with Portuguese bassist Ze Eduardo and pianist Antonio Pinho, which played extensively in Portugal as well as in Macau (China), and subsequently backed Don Rendall, Michael Garrik and Portugese tenorist Rao Kyao. From 1981-83 Zlatko taught drums in the Barcelona "Taller de musicos" jazz school and participated in jazz seminars with Chuck Israels, Ron Mclure and David Schnitter. Since 1984 he has lived in Amsterdam (Holland)


A Uiš?

Label: Not Two Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: A Uiš


The Ear Is the Shadow of the Eye

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: From Hands to Ears / Iz rok v ušesa; Learning Lessons of Memory / Učna ura spomina; The Ear Is the Shadow of the Eye / Uho je senca očesa; Forgetting Won't Help / Pozaba ne pomaga; Goldfish / Zlata ribica; Cinema Ear * / Kino uho; Cargo / Tovor; Two Right Hands / Dve desni roki; Though Ashtray (Pepelnik), I Still Like to Read Your Poems / Čeprav si Pepelnik, rad berem tvoje pesmi; Lucky Claw / Sekira v ledu; Sound Out / Zvonka pavza; Battling for a Title / Za naslov se boriva.


Article: Album Review

Joëlle Léandre / Evan Parker / Agustí Fernández / Zlatko Kaučič: A Uiš?

Read "A Uiš?" reviewed by John Sharpe

Though the instrumentation on A Uiš evokes the classic jazz quartet, the outcome resides a world away from that tradition. To celebrate 40 years as a professional musician, Slovenian drummer Zlatko Kaučič assembled a quartet of top drawer improvisers for a 45-minute collectively navigated journey, recorded live at the jazz festival in his home town of ...


Article: General Articles

La 23esima edizione di Jazz & Wine of Peace

Read "La 23esima edizione di Jazz & Wine of Peace" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

La pandemia e le misure precauzionali che ne sono conseguite non fermano il Jazz & Wine of Peace di Cormòns, festival giunto alla ventitreesima edizione che, come gli scorsi anni, porta il pubblico in alcune delle più apprezzate cantine della zona per coniugare musica e gastronomia, entrambe di altissimo livello. Ma se sui vini del Collio ...


Article: Album Review

Tomaž Grom, Zlatko Kaučič: The Ear Is the Shadow of the Eye

Read "The Ear Is the Shadow of the Eye" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala

Se la musica è l'arte del tempo, cosa di più profondo, insondabile, perfetto dell'improvvisazione, della creazione che nasce nel momento stesso e condivide la sua durata. Il paradosso sta nel fatto che catturare la musica improvvisata su un qualsiasi supporto significherebbe alterare la sua natura di fenomeno legato a quel momento, a quell'ambiente. Consegnarla a un ...

Article: Album Review

Massimo De Mattia Suonomadre: Riot

Read "Riot" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Secondo lavoro del quartetto Suonomadre, formazione diretta da Massimo De Mattia che si muove rigorosamente sul piano dell'improvvisazione e che perciò documenta una performance svoltasi dal vivo a Lubiana (così come il precedente lavoro, Ethnoshock, che riprendeva un concerto di Udin&Jazz). La musica e i suoi interpreti si lasciano anche in questo caso ispirare ...


Article: Album Review

Zlatko Kaućić Quintet: Morning Patches

Read "Morning Patches" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Frutto di un set nel quale l'improvvisazione iniziava ben prima della performance (i musicisti non avevano mai suonato assieme, il concerto è stato pensato solo la sera precedente e a mezz'ora dall'inizio non era ancora certo che si tenesse), questo lavoro è stato registrato la mattina del 15 settembre 2018 nella chiesta di San Martino di ...


Article: Radio

New albums from Eric St-Laurent, Logan Strosahl and Taylor Ho Bynum

Read "New albums from Eric St-Laurent, Logan Strosahl and Taylor Ho Bynum" reviewed by Bob Osborne

This week we feature albums from Eric St-Laurent, Taylor Ho Bynum 9-tette and Logan Strosahl. The philosopher Joseph Campbell wrote extensively about “following one's bliss." These influential writings form the conceptual basis for Bliss Station, the 13th album of original music by Toronto-based guitarist and composer Eric St-Laurent. Taylor Ho Bynum's latest ...


Article: Album Review

Zlatko Kaućić Quintet: Morning Patches

Read "Morning Patches" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Is there another dimension beyond the 3rd? Past length, breadth, and depth? And if so, can we perceive this fourth dimension? We're talking about sound and where a decent set of speakers creates an imagined material sound space. When you tap into a recording like Morning Patches from the Slovenian percussionist Zlatko Kaučič's Quintet, there appears ...


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