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Bruce Lee Gallanter su SKRUNCH/LACAN GIRLS: "Psicopatologia Del Serial Killer" (cd esaurito). - il:2019-01-05

Bruce Lee Gallanter su SKRUNCH/LACAN GIRLS: "Psicopatologia Del Serial Killer" (cd esaurito).
Featuring Carlo Carlo H. Natoli on baritone guitar & electronics, Paolo Sorge on guitar, Tony Cattano on trombone, Gaetano Gaetano Joz Santoro on tenor sax and Francesco Cusa on drums & compositions. Quite a strange concept for an avant/jazz disc titled "Psychopathology of a Serial Killer". The cover features a man sitting in a chair, handcuffed, looking down and distraught, his head in hand and his shirt splattered with blood. The woman lieing down behind him on the bed might just be dead or sleeping. There are also four actors (three serial killers and the dead woman) involved and the autobiography of Frank Zappa is mentioned as an inspiration. Hmmm, what a set-up!?! The opening piece features some spooky whispering and creepy samples. "Blatta" features a great M-Base groove with the slamming drums of Francesco Cusa at the center and a fine, spiky guitar solo from Paolo Sorge. Carlo samples an eerie music box on "Nonsense" with more creepy whispering. I dig the sly tenor and trombone harmonies over that infectious groove. Since there is no bassist, the baritone guitarist seems to take this role, playing those great repeating grooves. Mr. Cusa does a great job of composing these twisted, complex rhythms that give the soloists a chance to sketch out and take inspired solos, especially the tenor sax and trombone. Guitarist Paolo Sorge, who also has his own fine CD out on this same label, plays a series of tight and intricate riffs that make the rhythm team sound even better. The voices of the actors are used minimally yet most effectively, the detective story music adding to their collective and ongoing tale. The music does a great job of evoking a eries of scene from this imaginary film. A movie for you mind?!? Yes, indeed. - BLG