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by Lol Coxhill & Enzo Rocco

Lol Coxhill, soprano saxophone___Enzo Rocco, guitar // live recording at All Frontiers Festival (Gradisca d'Isonzo, Italy), 15th November 2008 // produced by Gianni Mimmo for Amirani Records
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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1. The Gradisca Concert (feat. Lol Coxhill) Enzo Rocco
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Mark Corroto, All About Jazz, Usa, March 2011 (MORE REVIEWS on Amirani Records website ):

This one track, just short of 34 minutes, is a filling and fulfilling collaboration by two like minded artists. British saxophonist Lol Coxhill and Italian guitarist Enzo Rocco recorded this very intimate live date at the All Frontiers Festival in 2008 in Gradisca D'Isonzo, Italy. Rocco, a frequent collaborator with Carlo Actis Dato, is both an inside and outside player. Like Coxhill, he can fly with the freest of jazzmen or handle precise charts. Together, the two recorded London Gigs (Prominence, 2000) with John Edwards, Steve Noble and Veryan Weston.
Here the players are never at a loss for momentum. Coxhill, the master of extended technique, carefully budgets the expenditure of his sounds, displaying his virtuosity without extravagance. Alongside Rocco, the saxophonist mirrors the guitarist's good humor. Rocco holds his notes close to his chest, shifting from quick flares and lingering intimacies. With sounds rebounding off each other, the duo rarely clashes, instead preferring to finish each other's sentence. The recording feels more like a familiar conversation than a live concert.



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