SLAMCD 406 The big sax CD: contemporary baritone saxophones


Various musicians

Carlo Actis Data, baritone saxophone (tracks 1-5); Charles Evans, baritone saxophone (tracks 6-9); Peter Evans, trumpet (track 6); Moppa Elliott, bass (track 6); Jan Roth, drums (track 6); Neil Shah, piano (track 7); George Haslam, baritone saxophone (tracks 10-12); Roi Maciaz, piano (track 11); Stefano Pastor, violin (track 12); Mikko Innanen, baritone saxophone (tracks 13-15); Mika Kallio, drums (tracks 13-15); Sergey Letov, baritone saxophone (tracks 16-17); Yury Parfenov, trumpet (track 16); Alexei Borisov, electronics, mixing (track 17); Rada Anchevskaya, vocal (track 17); Javier Zalba, baritone saxophone (track 18).
  1. Anatra (02.56)
  2. Tasso (05.11)
  3. Fenice (01.25)
  4. Due bisonti (01.23)
  5. Talpa (02.30)
  6. What (02.00)
  7. On tone part I (04.40)
  8. On tone part II (03.38)
  9. Micropterus salmoides (02.35)
  10. Viejo lobo (03.41)
  11. El puntanito (11.09)
  12. Thinking allowed (04.19)
  13. Adler (03.28)
  14. Phönix (02.18)
  15. Merkur (05.52)
  16. Semipalatinsk (06.31)
  17. LeBorRa (08.32)
  18. Como fué (02.09)
Tracks 1-5 recorded Mazzè, Italy on 1 September 2008; 6 recorded Astoria NY, 6 May 2005; 7 recorded Brooklyn, NY 2 July 2007; 8-9 recorded Astoria, NY 3 June and 4 August 2008; 10-11 recorded Estudio Puntano, San Luis, Argentina 25 October 2008; 12 recorded Villa Parodi, Genoa, Italy 31 July 2008; 13-15 recorded January 2008 Musapaja, Kuusankoski, Finland; 16 recorded Ilkhom Theatre, Tashkent, Uzbekistan 19 May 2006; 17 recorded at Park Pobedy Studio, Moscow 4 January 2007; 18 recorded Estudio Lucero, Havana 11 February 2009.

Front cover photograph (reproduced above) by Roberta Pietropaolo.


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