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Snow White and a little guy. Re: cut 7

"Blancasnow"! As if emerging from a pure-white drift at 4:15 into this cut, out of nowhere, comes a love song. I imagine an affair between one of the 7 and Ms. Snow. Actually, 'I kid, I joke'. Or do I? I can't help but play the last 2 and 2/3rds mins. of "Blancasnow" over and over (like Abercrombie's ostinato). THIS WAS RECORDED in June of 1975, and 1st released in Germany, that same year (long before the genre 'World' was coined). I'm not being picky about it. I'll just let others decide if this is more Jazz than World music.


Born: August 20, 1939 in Trieste, Italy

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

This hugely popular trumpet player (born in Trieste, Italy in 1939) almost single-handedly brought Italian jazz to international attention. He began playing Dixieland trombone in Turin, but after hearing Miles Davis, switched instruments and embraced the modern style. Other key meetings were with Gato Barbieri, with whom he recorded movie soundtracks in 1962, and Chet Baker. He began to play with Steve Lacy; he also teamed up with South African expatriates Louis Moholo and John Dyani and recorded...
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The Pilgrim and the Stars, Enrico Rava
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  • $9.03
  • Genres: World, Music, Jazz, Rock, Avant-Garde Jazz
  • Released: Jun 1975

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