Syncro Jazz - Live LP
Label: Mad About
Release Date: February 14th, 2020
Numbered limited edition.
Mad About Records present the first worldwide reissue of Syncro Jazz's Live, originally released in 1982. Recorded Live at S. Paulo in 1982 it was originally issued on Amado Maita's small indie label in the '80s called Poitou. Featuring one of the best Brazilian sax players, the legendary Nestico and his sister composer, piano player Lilu Aguiar. Nestico joined several jazz ensembles in São Paulo, having participated in 1977 in the first Jazz festival held at the Municipal Theater, alongside the musicians Samuel (piano), Nilson (bass), and Caram (drums). He performed several times in São Paulo with Syncro Jazz group. In 1982, with the ensemble he released the LP Live, along with the musicians Lilu Aguiar (piano), Peter Wooley (bass), Vidal (sax, flute), Dagmar (trumpet), and Ronny Machado (drums). In the repertoire, the songs "Pro César," dedicated to pianist César Camargo Mariano, "Winter Knows" and "Black Cock," all by Lilu Aguiar, "For Guzi" (Peter Wooley), "Cruzan" (M. Santamaria) and "Revelation" (S. Fortune). The LP contains amazing Fender Rhodes solos in a heavy modal spiritual and bossa jazz a la Strata-East and Black Jazz Records. Rare Brazilian spiritual jazz. Legendary sessions produced by Amado Maita. Reissued from the original master tapes.