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VVJ 121 - Roberto Tarenzi, James Cammack, Jorge Rossy - Love and Other Simple Matters (eng)

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VVJ 121 - Roberto Tarenzi, James Cammack, Jorge Rossy - Love and Other Simple Matters (eng)

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Roberto Tarenzi
James Cammack
Jorge Rossy  
Love and Other Simple Matters  Play


Roberto Tarenzi - piano 
James Cammack - doublebass 
Jorge Rossy - drums


VVJ 121 - Prodotto da Via Veneto Jazz e Jando Music

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Press release

Roberto Tarenzi's to record this expansive work Tarenzi, among the most proficient pianists on the contemporary jazz scene, assembled an amazing international rhythm section made up of James Cammack, legendary bassist for the Ahmad Jamal Trio, and the iconic Jorge Rossy, Brad Mehldau Trio’s original drummer and multi-instrumentalist.  

With his extemporization and innovative stylistic exploration, Roberto Tarenzi exalts listeners in this top-quality and utterly compelling album. The album’s title, which at first glance may appear ironic, cheerfully suggests that a lighthearted mindset can transform the burden of complex “matters”. The trio provides a musical demonstration of this through complex harmonic and rhythmic elaborations that are deftly and alchemically rendered eloquent and fluid in a language which is pulsating and expressive.  

After listening to the album preview, David Liebman commented: "Roberto is one of the most talented pianists I have met over the past years, among the world’s outstanding musicians with whom I greatly enjoy playing and spending time together. In this album he performs with two brilliant professionals  and the depth of his great musical personality fully emerges".



Tracklist of "Love and Other Simple Matters": 11 Tracks

01. Ab i.d.k. (Tarenzi)
02. Autumn leaves (Kosma)
03. Five (Evans)
04. Golden face
05. Inutil paesagem
06. Blues X
07. Love and...
08. Back to Ghana
09. Liquid velvet
10. ...Other   simple matters
11. Vincent

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