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LIVER

Slivovitz

Jazz Rock/Fusion


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4.91 | 3 ratings | 1 reviews | 67% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2018

Songs / Tracks Listing

01. Mai per Comando (5:32)
02. Cleopatra Through (7:37)
03. Currywürst (7:40)
04. Egiziaca (8:20)
05. Mani In Faccia (7:48)
06. Negative Creep (4:57)

Line-up / Musicians

Derek di Perri / Harmonica
Marcello Giannini / Guitars
Vincenzo Lamagna / Bass
Salvatore Rainone / Drums
Ciro Riccardi / Trumpet
Pietro Santangelo / Tenor Sax
Riccardo Villari / Electric Violin

Releases information

Recorded live on May 27, 2016 at Casa di Alex (Milan)

CD: Moonjune Records - MJR089
LP: Soundfly - SFLP001

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4.91
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(67%)
67%
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Review by kev rowland
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Crossover Prog Team
5 stars Slivovitz are back with their fourth album, which has been made available in multiple formats: HD Download (24bit/88.2khz WAV, FLAC, M4A, MP3-320) and CD (rigid cardboard Mini LP gatefold style packaging, on MoonJune, in collaboration with Audio Anatomy, Poland) and LP - 180 gram vinyl (released in a limited quantity on the Italian vinyl only label SoundFly). Recorded live on May 27th, 2016 at Casa di Alex (Milan), here we have the same line-up that recorded the previous studio album, with material being taken from both 'All You Can Eat' and 'Bani Ahead'. As one would expect from these guys, they have taken the original material and have kept it incredibly tight, but have also allowed themselves to expand and take it into new directions.

These guys are at one with the music, and at one with each other. Yes there is a great deal of structure, there needs to be when the music is as complex as this, yet there is also plenty of room for individual expression. Marcello Giannini allows himself to turn his amp up just that little bit more, using distortion to create a backdrop where he can sit and let the others take the lead, or provide just that little bit of edge. One of the highlights of the set is "Cleopatra Through", where the guys do allow Riccardo Villari to demonstrate his skills with the violin, and one can feel/hear them all champing at the bit waiting to make their presence felt. It is almost like a pack of wolves, they all want to demonstrate that they are the alpha, but let the others strut their stuff first. The restraint being displayed by all of them is quite considerable, but the music as a whole is always more important than any single individual, and they know when it is time not to play, when it is time to support, and when it is time to just let loose the hounds and go full blast into the dark night. Music likes this takes on an additional edge when in the live environment, and if you have yet to approach these guys, then this is the pl;ace to start.

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