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Ughi, Federico (w / Leo Genovese / Brandon Lopez): Infinite Cosmos Calling You You You, Vol. 1 [VINY
Ughi, Federico (w / Leo Genovese / Brandon Lopez):
Infinite Cosmos Calling You You You, Vol. 1 [VINYL]

(577 Records -- USA )


Price: $23.00    




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The first album under 577 label leader and drummer Federico Ughi's name in five years brings together the incredible bass skills of Brandon Lopez and expansive Argentinean keyboard sonics of Leo Genovese, the first of two planned volumes recorded in the studio for a boundary-less album of acoustic and electric improv influenced by the music and philosophy of Sun Ra.

Ughi, Federico (w / Leo Genovese / Brandon Lopez): Infinite Cosmos Calling You You You, Vol. 1
Ughi, Federico (w / Leo Genovese / Brandon Lopez):
Infinite Cosmos Calling You You You, Vol. 1

(577 Records -- USA )


Price: $16.00    




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The first album under 577 label leader and drummer Federico Ughi's name in five years brings together the incredible bass skills of Brandon Lopez and expansive Argentinean keyboard sonics of Leo Genovese, the first of two planned volumes recorded in the studio for a boundary-less album of acoustic and electric improv influenced by the music and philosophy of Sun Ra.

Carter, Daniel / Parker, William / Ughi, Federico: The Dream
Carter, Daniel / Parker, William / Ughi, Federico:
The Dream

(577 Records -- USA )


Price: $8.40    




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This album was developed to present Daniel Carter, typically a wind/reed/trumpeter player, on an album that included his piano playing, which then advanced by adding the goal of both Carter and long-time collaborator, drummer Federico Ughi, to record with bassist William Parker, who rounds out this excellent trio on bass, tuba and shakuhachi.

Ughi, Federico / Gene Janas / Daniel Carter: People's Resonance
Ughi, Federico / Gene Janas / Daniel Carter:
People's Resonance

(577 Records -- USA )


Price: $16.00    




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"On the first piece of this album, "Talk in Play, People On Mercy", you will hear a rare wall of sound created by two acoustic instruments : Federico Ughi's drums and Gene Janas' bass. For close to nine minutes they bury every aspect of...

Ughi, Federico (w/ Buckley / Musson / MF Morris): The Space Within
Ughi, Federico (w/ Buckley / Musson / MF Morris):
The Space Within

(Slam Productions -- UK )


Price: $16.95    




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Drummer Federico Ughi is heard in three duo configurations of three improvisations each with British improvisers Steve Buckley on alto saxophone and bass clarinet; Rachel Musson on tenor saxophone; and Matthew F. Morris on baritone saxophone, recording in the studio in London, 1998.

Ughi, Federico feat. Rachel Musson: Transoceanico [VINYL]
Ughi, Federico feat. Rachel Musson:
Transoceanico [VINYL]

(577 Records -- USA )


Price: $18.99    




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"Transoceanico" signifies the global reach of Rome, Italy-born improvising drummer Federico Ughi, celebrating 20 years since his first album recorded in London while residing there, leading to his current Brooklyn launchpad for many global tours and albums, this impressive LP realized in a superb free jazz trio with bassist Adam Lane and tenor saxophonist Rachel Musson.

Ughi, Federico  (Ughi / Irwin / Snyder / Adu / Swanson): Heart Talk [CASSETTE + DOWNLOAD]
Ughi, Federico (Ughi / Irwin / Snyder / Adu / Swanson):
Heart Talk [CASSETTE + DOWNLOAD]

(577 Records -- USA )


Price: $14.95    




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New York drummer Federico Ughi in a band with long time collaborator David Schnug on sax, Mike Irwin on trumpet, and Jeff Snyder on electronics, more of a creative jazz album than electric, with Leila Adu on vocals and Zach Swanson on bass on 2 tracks each; informed, intelligent and lyrical free improvisation from a tight-knit group of superb players.

Ughi, Federico Quartet (Ughi / Schug / Knuffke / Johnson): Federico Ughi Quartet
Ughi, Federico Quartet (Ughi / Schug / Knuffke / Johnson):
Federico Ughi Quartet

(FMR -- Great Britain )


Price: $11.00    




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Following Ornette Coleman's 2 horn, bass & drum lineup, Italian/NY drummer Federico Ughi leads his quartet with David Schung (sax), Kirk Knuffke (cornet) & Max Johnson (bass) through 10 Coleman-inspired works of melodic free playing, excellent works of modern jazz.

Ughi, Federico: Songs For Four Cities
Ughi, Federico:
Songs For Four Cities

(Skycap Records -- Germany )


Price: $14.95    




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A collection of compositions from drummer/composer Federico Ughi dedicated to the four cities where he's lived: Rome, London, Montreal and New York, performed in a quartet with Darius Jones (sax), Eri Yamamoto (piano) and Ed Schuller (bass).

Carter, Daniel / Parker, William / Ughi, Federico: The Dream
Carter, Daniel / Parker, William / Ughi, Federico:
The Dream

(577 Records -- USA )


Price: $16.00    




In Stock

This album was developed to present Daniel Carter, typically a wind/reed/trumpeter player, on an album that included his piano playing, which then advanced by adding the goal of both Carter and long-time collaborator, drummer Federico Ughi, to record with bassist William Parker, who rounds out this excellent trio on bass, tuba and shakuhachi.

Ughi, Federico: ULERS Two
Ughi, Federico:
ULERS Two

(577 Records -- USA )


Price: $16.00    




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Percussionist, drummer and improviser Federico Ughi performed this live recording in Brooklyn, 2001 using field recordings captured in Rome on a journey from Piazza S. Cosimato, Trastevere to Via Alberico, Borgo Pio, using those recordings, live sampling and live editing along with drum and percussion techniques to create a unique journey in sound.

Ughi, Federico / Daniel Carter: Astonishment
Ughi, Federico / Daniel Carter:
Astonishment

(577 Records -- USA )


Price: $16.00    




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Recently discovered last copies of this album, presenting the very first time that Federico Ughi and Daniel Carter played together, recorded in Queens, NY around 2001, the drummer also performing on live sampling and voice, and the multi-instrumentalist Carter on saxophones, trumpet, flute and clarinet; an essential element in their now long history of collaboration.



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