Label: Sonor Music Editions
Huge Tip! Giovanni Tommaso is the greatest Italian jazz bassist and founder and member of the legendary prog-jazz-rock ensemble Perigeo. He composed and recorded Indefinite Atmosphere at the end of 1969 in RCA's studios in Rome, and it was released a few months after in 1970 on the legendary Sermi label - it was his first album released as a solo artist. The Maestro himself searched through his personal archive and found a copy of the original master tape containing part of the recordings, which became an album incredibly ahead of his time, with the young maestro laying electric bass and contrabass a in studio ensemble with plenty of stunning Jazz Funk, Jazz-Rock and Free Jazz tracks. The session is also known for including the legendary American Jazz soprano sax Steve Lacy on the track called "Steve", where he plays a sax solo.