As the River Sings
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Jon De Lucia

As the River Sings

Fresh Sound New Talent

Personnel:
Jon De Lucia (as, a-cl, cl, fl), Greg Ruggiero (g), Chris Tordini (b), Tommy Crane (d)

Reference: FSNT-521

Bar code: 8427328435215

Tracklisting:
01. Opening 2:20
02. Caterina 7:39
03. Festa 3:31
04. Up Out 5:49
05. Snake Creeps Down 5:30
06. Blockhouse #1 3:24
07. KJ (for Charlie) 3:41
08. Sinus Suite A: Chickering 2:54
09. Sinus Suite B: Into The River 3:04
10. Seven Ate Three For You 3:40
11. St. Brendan’s Isle 6:10
12. Stirring Curds 3:32

Total time: 51:00 min. approx.

All compositions by Jon De Lucia

Personnel:
Jon De Lucia (alto saxophone, sruti box, alto clarinet, clarinet, flute), Greg Ruggiero (electric guitar), Chris Tordini (acoustic bass), Tommy Crane (drums).
Recorded to 2-inch Tape at Seaside Studio, Brooklyn, NY, July 21, 2014

Sound engineer: Mitch Rackin
Mixed and Mastered by David Darlington of Bass Hit Studios
Cover Image: Psyche with Mercury, by Brueghel (1553)
Liner notes: Dave Summer

Produced by Jon De Lucia
Executive Producer: Jordi Pujol
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Review:

"Jon De Lucia plays various reeds and woodwinds as he leads a light bottomed team of Greg Ruggiero/eg, Chris Tordini/b and Tommy Crane/dr through a collection of fragrant Mediterranean moods. The sounds range from his alto going moody and liturgical on “Opening” to post bop impressionism with his clarinet and bass clarinet on “Stirring Curds” and ”Caterina.” On clarinet, there is Melancholia on “Sinus Suite A” while the team gets festive on “Seven Ate Three For You.” Ruggiero’s guitar is pastoral with De Lucia’s alto on “St. Brendan’s Isle” while they ruminate together on ”Blockhouse #1” and they create a cheerful lilt on “Snake Creeps down.” The rhythm team does a nimble dance on ”Festa” while they trudge through the mud on “KJ”. Through every track, however, there is an Iberian sense of warmth and early morning sunshine, just ready for a cheerful walk through a street. Rich ideas from the old world in a post bop vein."

George W. Harris (April 13, 2017)
http://www.jazzweekly.com


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$12.24  (tax incl.)

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