Edice Jazz na Hradě představuje další titul čerstvého sedmdesátníka Laca Decziho a jeho americkou kapelu - Cellula New York
Play: Laco Deci - trumpet
Eric Meridiano - piano
Noboru Kinukawa - bass
Vaico Deczi - drums
Laco Deczi & Celula New York: Jazz at the Prague Castle
Review about the album
Let’s get back to the album, published for the occasion of “Jazz at the Prague Castle” with the foreword of Mr. President Vaclav Klaus and Dr. Lubomír Doružka in the booklet of the album. It includes 6 pieces all of them written by Mr. Deczi. Angel is after a piano opening, typical for its ostinato rhythm and it is also very rhythmical. The following piece is Job funky “middle tempo” with the theme played on trumpet and piano in unisono and electrical bass guitar solo. Morgan is a ballad where you can enjoy Deczi tone and trinkets (we will forgive him couple of tones which doesn’t tune, it is a live recording). Dimo is a slow piece in 8/4 with ostinato accompaniment of the base and fanfare theme; solo of synthesizer and trumpet. Latino piece Bananas starts with a piano then comes the drums, bass and then the rest in the theme; quitar host solo. Poison Bird – fast piece with sharp cut theme; piano, trumpet, guitar solo with a bass on the bottom.
Vaico the son of Deczi is a sideman I would like to point out. He is a versatile drummer, one of the people who we are missing on our scene (he would definitely make a living out of it).I would also like to point out Steve Clarkee who is playing the bass. He is the oldest playmate of Laco in his rarely changing cast. Mr. Fisher the guitar played remembered his old times by plying here.
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 22 December, 2009.