The undisputed masters of progressive gypsy jazz return to the table after a four-year studio absence. Their previous effort for MoonJune, the rousing Bani Ahead (MJR039), saw Slivovitz raise their game to new heights: pushing the envelope of modern jazz in the post-Zappa era, and in joyous, effervescent fashion.
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The undisputed masters of progressive gypsy jazz return to the table after a four-year studio absence. Their previous effort for MoonJune, the rousing Bani Ahead (MJR039), saw Slivovitz raise their game to new heights: pushing the envelope of modern jazz in the post-Zappa era, and in joyous, effervescent fashion. Fans of the Italian septet will find their craving for a follow-up richly rewarded, with the band's circumspect, third-person view of American culture (and, perhaps, overindulgence), All You Can Eat.
As its title might indicate, the musicians, both individually, and collectively, push proceedings well into the realm of excess -- cooking up a diverse palette of brilliantly-conceived examples of the finest in Italian sonic cuisine, and performed with a commensurate level of excellence. Hurdling complex arrangements and dramatic compositional shifts and transitions with deft skill and grace, the group displays an unparalleled level of polish, inventiveness and unity throughout this eight-course feast for the ears.
Not unlike their namesake, the prog legends from Napoli become ever silkier and more delectable with age. All You Can Eat is one sizzling, satisfying musical meal you won't stop craving ... one taste and you'll have to have another helping!
For those who thought Bani Ahead was Slivivoitz's magnum opus, perhaps you left the dining hall too soon: this chef-d'oeuvre is the pièce de résistance, packed with robust flavors and a zestful essence that will keep you coming back for more!
1. Persian Night (7:25)
2. Mani In Faccia (5:14)
3. Yahtzee (7:05)
4. Passannante (4:16)
5. Barotrauma (5:41)
6. Hangover (5:28)
7. Currywuster (5:12)
8. Oblio (7:08)
PIETRO SANTANGELO: tenor & alto sax
MARCELLO GIANNINI: electric & acoustic guitars
RICCARDO VILLARI: acoustic and electric violin
CIRO RICCARDI: trumpet
DEREK DI PERRI: harmonica
VINCENZO LAMAGNA: bass guitar
SALVATORE RAINONE: drums
Produced by SLIVOVITZ and Fabrizio Piccolo.
C Slivovitz, 2015 P MoonJune Records, 2015
All tracks arranged by Slivovitz. All rights reserved.
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Fabrizio Piccolo, at Trail Studio, Naples, Italy in May /June 2015.
Executive Producer: Leonardo Pavkovic
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