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Smith, LaDonna / Davey Williams / Andrea Centazzo: Velocities: The Complete Recordings vol. 1 (Ictus)

Andrea Centazzo, LaDonna Smith and Davey Williams met for the first time in December 1978, recording the first part of this album in 1979 and the second in 2010; an exquisite and celebrated example of improvised music.
 

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UPC: 844553050293

Label: Ictus
Catalog ID: ICT 157
Squidco Product Code: 15152

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2011
Country: USA
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded live at Sala Bossi, Bologna, Italy on April 28th, 1979 by Stefano Ferri & at ICTUS Studio, Pistoia, Italy on April 22nd & 23rd, 1979 by A.C. Also recorded live at Pepper Place, Birmingham, Alabama on August 13th, 2010 by Robin Hood.


Personnel:

Andrea Centazzo-percussion, synthesizer, samples

LaDonna Smith-violin, viola

Davey Williams-electric guitar, banjo

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track listing:


1. Velocity 1 10:04

2. Velocity 2 9:56

3. Velocity 3 5:43

4. Another Velocity 5:12

5. Velocity 4 6:36

6. New Velocity 1 3:08

7. New Velocity 2 1:48

8. New Velocity 3 7:24

9. New Velocity 4 4:32

10. New Velocity 5 3:00

11. New Velocity 6 3:42

12. New Velocity 7 6:42

13. New Velocity 8 2:35




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Improvised Music
Jazz
Trio Recordings

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"Andrea Centazzo, LaDonna Smith and Davey Williams met for the first time in December 1978. They recorded the first part of this album in 1979 and the second in 2010. An exquisite and celebrated example of improvised music."-Ictus Records


Artist Biographies:

"In an artistic career that spans over twentyfive years, Andrea Centazzo has given more than 1000 concerts and live performances in Europe and the United States, as well as having appeared and performed on numerous radio and television broadcasts. He has recorded over 60 LP's and CD's, and has authored 350 compositions and eight musicology books. His musical endeavors and creative expression range from the sublime to the passionate, from lyric opera to orchestral symphony and solo percussion. He has performed in momentous festivals as soloist of his own compositions or as conductor of symphonic orchestras. Centazzo is a pioneer of contemporary percussion. In the early years, he performed with some of the greatest avant-garde soloists and composers, including J. Zorn, S. Bussotti, S. Lacy, D. Cherry, A. Mangellsdorf, E. Parker, etc. Deservedly, Centazzo has received a number of prestigious music and video Awards (Premio Speciale della Critica Discografica Italiana, USA Downbeat Poll, International Video Festival Tokyo, Prix Arcanal of French Culture, etc.) A doctoral graduate in musicology, he has taught seminars and workshops in Europe and the USA. Since 1983, Centazzo has been dedicated to creating multi-media experiences. This expansion began with an exhibition of his scores rendered as painted ideograms, and evolved into video performances combining both live performance with video images. These efforts culminated in his directing award-winning videos and films. As a soundtrack composer, he unites traditional instrumentation with current technological advances in musical expression through sampling machines and computers. These efforts give a new perspective to the fusion of sound and image through his theatre, television, video, CD rom, and feature film scores. The music of A.C. captures and expresses the rhythm and pulse of life by synthesizing the mystery of Oriental percussive vibrations with the timbral harmonic understanding of contemporary music and the soul of jazz and rock post-culture. A.C. continues to contribute his unique artistic vision to the evolution of contemporary culture."

-Andrea Centazzo Website (http://andreacentazzo.com/bio.html)
7/21/2017

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