Maria Teresa Luciani; Free JazzCinedelic
CNLP 052 LP
Long Playing Record
Cinedelic Records present a reissue of Maria Teresa Luciani's Free Jazz. Originally pressed in 1972 in Italy by Le Monde, a label which has in its catalog only six titles released in few copies for radio and TV, Free Jazz is an insanely rare library music masterpiece. Absolutely the hottest, weirdest, psych-jazz album of the era.
Maria Teresa Luciani is the sister of Maestro Riccardo A. Luciani. The only known members of the session are the great Gino Marinacci on flute, here on his most obscure recording session, and Riccardo A. Luciani on all piano, Fender Rhodes and treated keyboard delays. The whole album is outstanding, with various moods and atmospheres - from the groovy fuzz distortions of "Logaritmo In Do", the funky drums and jazzy psychedelia of "Free Flute In Beat", the modal cum spiritual jazz of "Playing For Fun", the frantic rhythms of "Traffico Caotico" and "Crazy Morning", the amazing hard bop on "Fotogrammi", the experimental jazz on "Walking In The Night" and "Free Jazz" to the beautiful "Free Flute" theme.
Outrageous drum skills, electric piano played with a wah-wah pedal, studio effects, echo delays and psychedelic themes. All covers of this reissue are unique and unrepeatable with orange and black splashes of paint. Copies are numbered and include a download code.