One Life Left

by Iordache

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    100 hand-numbered 160-gram black vinyl LP's, pressed at Magnetic Mastering in France for optimal sound quality.
    Stranger On A Train is not included on the LP because it would have made total playing time too long for good audio reproduction on vinyl
    Photography and design by Medicine Madison.

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    Simple four-panel digipack, includes all seven tunes.

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“One Life Left” is new cool jazz for the 21st, with lots of odd quirky eccentricities to boot.
Some album highlights include “Peace” with its classic mid-90s trip-hop down tempo beat and lush vibratoed chords on the electric piano, and “Suriname” which opens with smooth horn orchestrations backing an exotic synth melody that recalls the old Don Ellis experimental big band. This is a very creative and well executed album. To the serious post bop fan this CD may seem a little light, but these players are not light weight at all, they just prefer to keep their cool, with their tongues planted in cheek. (Jazz Music Archives)

It has been a long time since we had a decent jazz album featured in Audio Camp. this little gem from Romania by Iordache has it all: from jazz to groove & funk. (Audiocamp)

Very cool tune. Burns and swings, catchy and uplifting. Bonus points for Pac-Man inspiration. Recommended. (Editor's comment on "Triangle" at All About Jazz)

Musicians:

Iordache - saxophones, flute, composer
Petre Ionutescu - trumpet
Lucian Nagy - saxophone
Toni Kühn - keyboards, guitar
Dan Alex Mitrofan - guitar
Utu Pascu - bass
Tavi Scurtu - drums

recorded at Casa Tineretului in Timisoara, Romania between August 23 and September 4, 2011, by Utu Pascu from AudioTM

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released 01 April 2012

cover by Medicine Madison

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