Lorenzo Frizzera | Everything Can Change

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Everything Can Change

by Lorenzo Frizzera

Guitar Trio with Hammond Organ
Genre: Jazz: Jazz quartet
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1. Everything Can Change
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2. Silent Dance
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3. Blind
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4. Walking On the Trees
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5. Leaving
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6. Love Legacy
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7. Invisible Path
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8. Songs From Behind the Door
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9. Ten Days Before
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Lorenzo Frizzera on guitar, Matthias Eichhorn on bass and Heiko Jung on drums present a new generation of jazz musician. This trio is inspired by the guitar trio work of Pat Metheny or John Scofield, but also by the sound of the hammond organ. On this CD the excellent Joey DeFrancesco joined the trio with his B3.


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Great Record!!!!

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Like the best instrumental music, this album is thoroughly transportive. That is to say, it carries the listener to a wholly other place, simply through the use of unexpected and thought-provoking chords and melodic changes. While primarily a guitar, upright bass, and drums trio, this album also features the smooth and groovy organ work of Joey DeFrancesco on 4 of the tracks. The album opener and title track is fairly representative of the whole: clean and tasteful playing with each player showing some chops while not taking the spotlight away from the featured soloist. While not content to stay with just one flavor of jazz, this group sounds at times like the rock-meets-jazz moments of The Bad Plus on "Ten Days Before," or even a bit like Radiohead on songs like, "Blind," which features a clean descending guitar line against a descending bass line. Meanwhile, "Walking on the Trees" is more of a funk jazz workout, like you might expect from John Scofield. The mix is clean and the guitar is upfront, while the rhythm section is crisp and always present. Overall, this is a pure delight from beginning to end.