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Rodrigo Amado, Joe McPhee, Chris Corsano

Let The Free Be Men

Label: Trost Records

Format: CD

Genre: Jazz

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CD version. Music by four strong individual players with room for eruptive solo-parts, but always held together by intense communication and beautiful interwoven melodies. The quartet's second album A History Of Nothing  got a huge number of excited reviews: "A superb quartet outing. The music is all improvised, but it's firmly rooted in jazz, with superb interaction between all of the players, both on ripping, high-velocity blowouts and more delicate forays." --Peter Margasak (Chicago Reader) "Freedom is clearly a responsibility as well as a joy, and it's emphasized here by the group's shared commitment: each musician is constantly working in two directions, stretching further and creating cohesion. The music is improvised with such an ear to complementary detail that it's literally being collectively composed." --Stuart Broomer, Free Jazz Collective "Together, this quartet is dynamite. It's exciting to hear a European musician along with three Americans, and notice that they communicate so well." --Jan Granlie, Salt Peanuts Recorded by Klaus Hedegaard Nielsen at Jazzhouse, Copenhagen, March 2nd, 2017. Mixed by Joaquim Monte and Rodrigo Amado. Personnel: Rodrigo Amado - tenor saxophone; Joe McPhee - pocket trumpet, soprano saxophone, pvc pipe; Kent Kessler - double bass; Chris Corsano - drums.

Cat. number: TROST 209CD
Year: 2021