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Secrets

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Cornette
Artist: Furio Di Castri with Bruce Ditmas, Augusto Mancinelli, Enrico Rava, John Taylor
1:15
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Secrets
Artist: Furio Di Castri with Bruce Ditmas, Augusto Mancinelli, Enrico Rava, John Taylor
10:56
 
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Silva
Artist: Furio Di Castri with Bruce Ditmas, Augusto Mancinelli, Enrico Rava, John Taylor
9:45
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Holiday For Strings
Artist: Furio Di Castri with Bruce Ditmas, Augusto Mancinelli, Enrico Rava, John Taylor
3:25
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Tomo Y Recuerdo
Artist: Furio Di Castri with Bruce Ditmas, Augusto Mancinelli, Enrico Rava, John Taylor
8:12
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Planet Earth
Artist: Furio Di Castri with Bruce Ditmas, Augusto Mancinelli, Enrico Rava, John Taylor
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Monky Tony
Artist: Furio Di Castri with Bruce Ditmas, Augusto Mancinelli, Enrico Rava, John Taylor
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Total Tracks: 7   Total Length: 47:48

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They Say All Music Guide

This is a thoughtful date that emphasizes the ensemble sound of an interesting quintet comprised of trumpeter Enrico Rava, guitarist Augusto Mancinelli, pianist John Taylor, bassist Furio Di Castri and drummer Bruce Ditmas. They perform six Rava originals (including “Monky Tonk”) and a brief “Holiday for Strings.” The music is unhurried yet purposeful, spontaneous yet with the five musicians often thinking as one. Taylor’s Keith Jarrett-inspired piano is a major asset. – Scott Yanow