Fellini's Waltz streams ahead of the Chris Allard and Ross Stanley Perdido Records release Tortugas

Luminous Enrico Pieranunzi composition 'Fellini's Waltz' that has a vivacious, dancing quality to it in this immaculate rendering is streaming ahead of the release of guitarist Chris Allard and pianist Ross Stanley's album Tortugas out in July. The …

Published: 21 Jun 2022. Updated: 14 days.

Luminous Enrico Pieranunzi composition 'Fellini's Waltz' that has a vivacious, dancing quality to it in this immaculate rendering is streaming ahead of the release of guitarist Chris Allard and pianist Ross Stanley's album Tortugas out in July. The Pieranunzi piece (issued on 2003's Fellini Jazz, the Italian piano master intimately delightful with Charlie Haden) opens this Perdido Records release that also includes Cole Porter, Allard originals including the title track, Peter Bernstein, Ann Ronell, Walt Weiskopf and Antônio Carlos Jobim numbers.

Allard, top (photo: publicity shot), is touring with famed show singer Lea Salonga. Stanley is heard on Trish Clowes' A View With A Room released earlier in 2022.

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Ross Stanley above left at Kansas Smitty's in Hackney with Alex Garnett in 2016. Photo: marlbank

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Tedeschi Trucks Band, 'Pasaquan', Fantasy ****

Track of the day and also resident in the One Love spot this week: The full monty beyond the jam band sound you absorb a Rosetta Stone like feeling of discovery deep down over the 12 minutes listen of the Tedeschi Trucks Band's 'Pasaquan'. The …

Published: 21 Jun 2022. Updated: 13 days.

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Track of the day and also resident in the One Love spot this week: The full monty beyond the jam band sound you absorb a Rosetta Stone like feeling of discovery deep down over the 12 minutes listen of the Tedeschi Trucks Band's 'Pasaquan'. The circle is unbroken covering the waterfront stylistically spanning a whole lot of styles. Genre doesn't matter but it all is savvy to jazz, blues and southern US roots flavour listening. Drawn from the I Am The Moon first instalment Crescent, also marlbank's album of the week. Composer credits on the instrumental which has an unselfconscious philosophical stateliness to it and a whole lot of freedom in the open groove are re: the writing the work of the collected might of Brandon Boone, the band's bass guitarist, Derek Trucks, co-leader and genius guitarist, Gabe Dixon, keyboardist, Isaac Eady, drummer-percussionist and Tyler Greenwell drummer-percussionist.

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