The musical horizon of saxophonist Charley Rose is broad - in addition to jazz, free jazz and folk, he also enjoys metal or hardcore. But his great passion is undoubtedly jazz, which he indulges in extensively here with three like-minded people. His affinity for composers like Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, Charles Mingus or Gil Evans also comes into play. Thus, in addition to compositions by him and Silvan Joray, which the two wrote for their own trios, a few selected standards can also be heard. The four excellent musicians set their individual highlights within the framework of this repertoire, embark on soloistic flights of fancy and together create with verve an inspired, melodic and at times lyrical sound of flawless radiance. Silvan Joray's warm, full guitar playing also comes into its own beautifully and conducts the dialogue with Charley Rose's expressive, multi-layered and characterful saxophone sounds at eye level. Instrumentation:Charley Rose: tenor sax, Silvan Joray: guitar, Nadav Erlich: bass, Jordi Pallarés: drums
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