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3.00 | 3 ratings | 1 reviews | 33% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Arbol De La Esperanza Mantente Firme (2:36)
2. Detonatore (3:18)
3. Eli, Eli, Elu (6:05)
4. Epidurale (1:54)
5. Mar Glaciale Artico (13:43)
6. Monte Zu (5:23)
7. Muro Torto (4:40)
8. Solar Anus (5:22)
9. Untitled Samba (For Kat Ex) (3:35)

Total time: 46:42

Line-up / Musicians

- Jacopo Battaglia / drums
- Massimo Pupillo / bass
- Luca T Mai / sax

Releases information

Live at Les Instants Chavires,Paris 21 March,2005

Macaroni Records MCRN-005, Japan

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ZU Rai Sunawachi Koe Wo Hassu ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(33%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
Good, but non-essential (33%)
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ZU Rai Sunawachi Koe Wo Hassu reviews

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Review by snobb
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3 stars Second Italian leading avant prog band's Zu live album was recorded in Paris in March 2005 and released on obscure Japanese label Macaroni Records. All the material comes from one day's recording and contains mainly energetic and dark improves.

Zu's trademark sound is bariton sax free improves filling all the space and there you will hear it plenty. Happily, on live release trio had even more space for explosive jamming and unlimited improvs, so this album is full of both.

I really like Luca Mai's low tenor sax fast and sharp improvs sound, rhythm sections do a great support to him, so believe me - the music is noisy there! Not the kind of brutal Japanese noisy hardcore or radical Naked City's one, but similar Italian version of it - still more rounded, a bit more melodic (if it's possible to speak about melodies in such music at all) and not such radically cacophonous. But I am speaking about nuances inside of the same musical genre - no special structure,order or pre-recorded composition could be found there in this music.

The main value of this release is great musicianship level of all three musicians, excellent sax fast and angular soloing, noisy and heavy support from rhythm section and very specific free sound atmosphere of the concert. If you like such music, this album is really interesting one for you, for unprepared listener the reaction could be quite unpredictable.

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