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From the album – It Could Be The End

By Sal La Rocca

all about jazz

Fiona’s Comments

 

If you’re looking for sombre sounds to go with the sombre political horizon…this is it. Mr Schwarz-Bart said so, and we’re not going to doubt him.

About the Album

7/4 tune with slow rockfeel evoking when the global temperature will rise on Earth. Sal La Rocca: double bass; Lorenzo Di Maio: guitar; Pascal Mohy: piano; Hans Van Oosterhout: drums. Guest Jacques Schwarz-Bart: sax.

BOB MOVER Quartet

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SAT 19.03

BOB MOVER QUARTET @ The Music Village – AMERICAN JAZZ STAR-SWING & BEBOP

 Bob Mover (alt sax, vocals), John Snauwaert (tenor & soprano sax), Hans Van Oost (guitar), Sal La Rocca (bass)

– Born on March 22, 1952 in Boston, Massachusetts, Bob Mover started playing the saxophone at 13 years of age. Bob has attracted generations of listeners with his versatility emotional depth and technical command on sax. Bob Mover has also cultivated a sound and style as a vocalist. Played with such emblems as Roy Eldridge, Wynton Kelly, Zoot Sims, Kenny Dorham, James Moody, Jimmy Rushing, Anita O’Day and others. At the same time, Bob was inspired by Lee Konitz and Sonny Rollins as well as numerous contemporaries among them – Brecker, Scofield…and the late Jaco Pastorius. Jazz lovers: do not miss this experience…

 “Mover is one of the greatest and most underexposed musicians in the history of jazz.” (Hank Jones)

“People are always amazed when they hear him play ! ” Chet Baker

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