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Fitz Gore

Soundnitia / Soundmagnificat / Soundmusication (3LP in bundle)

Label: Sonorama

Format: 3LP in bundle

Genre: Jazz

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"Soundnitia" is the cipher under which the experimental group The Talismen constituted in 1974 and made its presence known on the Jazz scene with the first LP. The initiator and spiritus rector of the avant-garde ensemble is the saxophonist Fitz Gore, a "stormer of the valves" and unknown to the augurs of the jazz scene. As a saxophonist and a newcomer, he documents with his ultra-hard sound. Fukara (Swahili) is a clear affinity to the school of "hard blowing" tenor players. In the 1960's Fitz managed various bands. Firstly, in the south of France, then Paris, which took part in galas, concerts and film productions, where he made a name for himself primarily as an interpreter of spirituals and negro folk songs. 

"Soundmagnificat“ is the successor to "Soundnitia“ (GorBra Records F 665 532), the first release from the Talismen, an international group with Jamaican Tenor saxophonist Fitz Gore (born1935) as founder, spiritual and musical leader, main soloist. "Soundnitia“ contained concert performances of June, 1975, including compositions by John Coltrane, Horace Silver and one by Gérard "Prof. Dr. SplümEbbo, bassist of the Talismen.

Soundmusication” is the third and final album by Jamaican born tenorist Fitz Gore, another rare and beautiful spiritual jazz LP from the late 1970s. “Fitz had a very deeputopian faith in the right music, which could change the world and develop a real condition of peace, because it was supposed to move people`s feelings and actions to spiritual truth. He was convinced that music owned the healing power of the world” - Ulrich Kurth

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Cat. number: SONOL 113, 114, 115
Year: 2022

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