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Jazz Rock/Fusion • Italy


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Outstanding fusion band from Italy. All the power delivered by the insane drumming of Furio CHIRICO is counterpointted by the beautiful violin passages, as well as the killer guitar work. On their early albums, ARTI e MESTIERI made a dynamic, complex and elaborately crafted rock, folk, and fusion blend, that featured much violin and keyboards.

ARTI & MESTIERI, considered one of the most influent cult bands in the italian and european prog scene will astonish the audience confirming, 25 years after its release, that "TILT" is still a milestone for two generations of fans. Both albums that came out on CD, "Tilt" and "Giro Di Valzer Per Domani", are real masterpieces of the genre. A real must for all fusion lovers!

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4.24 | 130 ratings
Tilt - Immagini Per Un Orecchio
1974
3.82 | 78 ratings
Giro Di Valzer Per Domani
1975
3.03 | 20 ratings
Quinto Stato
1979
3.29 | 10 ratings
Acquario
1983
3.78 | 8 ratings
Children's Blues
1985
3.46 | 16 ratings
Murales
2000
2.75 | 8 ratings
Articollezione
2002
2.13 | 5 ratings
Prog Day
2003
3.81 | 7 ratings
Estrazioni
2005

ARTI E MESTIERI Live Albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

3.54 | 9 ratings
Arti e Mestieri Live
1990
3.90 | 3 ratings
Live 1974/2000
2003
3.59 | 10 ratings
First Live in Japan
2006
3.00 | 6 ratings
The Live
2013

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3.00 | 2 ratings
Il Grande Belzoni
2009

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 Live 1974/2000  by ARTI E MESTIERI album cover Live, 2003
3.90 | 3 ratings

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Live 1974/2000
Arti e Mestieri Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by Aussie-Byrd-Brother
Special Collaborator Rock Progressivo Italiano Team

4 stars `Live 1974/Live 2000' is an amazing two CD set capturing Italian jazz/fusion legends Arti e Mestieri at two very different points in their career, over 25 years separating the two discs on offer here. It's best to treat this as two albums for the price of one, each offering something different to stand apart from each-other. Likely it's the vintage recording that will be of most interest to Italian prog and fusion fans, but the `Live 2000' disc is a real gem too, with superior sound and infectious performances. `Live 1974' makes for a fascinating time-capsule to give you in idea of what the band sounded like live back then, but `Live 2000' is not as rough around the edges and easier to listen to. With both discs performed by mostly the same line-ups, you get two winning discs overloaded with incredible musicality.

In some sections `Live 1974' sounds almost like an `official bootleg'. Not a lot of depth to the recording, the odd crackle or distortion once in a while, so just be aware before considering a purchase. Diehard fans will want to persevere and will be rewarded with a thrilling glimpse at a band in their infancy, performing most of the tracks from their debut album `Tilt' with a dirtier, more frantic urgency than the studio versions. In fact, I'd go as far as saying that once you've heard these performances several times, it's quite difficult to go back to the original studio recording, as it sounds so reserved and mannered by comparison! This disc occasionally features violin player Giovanni Vigliar's vocals, not quite as pleasing as on the classic studio debut, really serviceable at best here, but no better than they need to be, as the emphasis is, of course, on the blistering instrumentation.

There's not a bad track on offer, but let's look at a high standout moments. Drummer Furio Chirico truly dominates opener `Articolazioni', his playing a tornado of percussive energy, always front and center. The piece takes on moments of racing tension and breathless aggression as the band whip up a fury, the murky saxophone and searing violin adding a melancholic seriousness. A rougher reading of `Young Man's Tale' takes on even more King Crimson-like qualities with its weeping violin, and `Comin' Here To Get You' is given a dirtier blusier electric guitar approach over blaring Soft Machine-esque clarinet, which also gives the opening of `In Cammino' a somber restraint.

Special attention must go to the two different interpretations of classic `Gravita' 9:81', one of the signature pieces from the band. They are barely contained jazz explosions, full of glistening electric piano runs, maniacal drumming and senses-warping scratching violin, but they also find time for some hazy and hypnotic ambience to allow the listener to catch their breath. They are also an absolute showcase of masterfully executed drama by clarinet player Arturo Vitale, especially the later version.

Moving onto the later disc, `Live 2000' is taken from different sources between 1999 and 2000, but luckily doesn't have a disjointed feel, perfectly playing like a continuous concert. Entirely instrumental for this performance (just the way I prefer the band, to be honest), the band bristles with confidence, a real lively snap and energy to their playing. Due to the absence of saxophone, the violin player here, Corrado Trabuio, takes a lot more solos and adds new sounds to some of the same pieces on the first disc.

I'll draw attention to a few of my favourite numbers on this disc. `Nove Lune Prima' is a stirring violin piece, full of the expected Italian sophistication and classical style. `2000' is all humming Hammond and spacey swirling synth effects plied over murmuring bass that slinks around the background. The purposeful drums and sweeping violin bring a tense near-cinematic sound with an exciting build towards the finale. `Valzer per Domani' is my absolute favourite track, a sprightly and sweeping romantic violin-driven performance that makes me smile every time, plus it's also foot-tappingly catchy! This recording truly belongs on every compilation of chill-out instrumental music.

Thoughtful piano solo `Nuova Dimensione' changes the atmosphere for a cooler night-time sound, `Gerico' and `Ali' are brief drum/bass duels that show off the cleverness and jamming skills of the two musicians, and `Terra Incognita' is an addictive upbeat groover that darts through a range of quick-change tempos and allows all the players a chance in the spotlight. `In Cammino' takes on a near psychedelic ambience in the intro, still reminding me instantly like it always does no matter whan version of Perigeo's fuzzy `Abbiamo Tutti un Blues da Piangere', before positive breezy vibes take over with some rapid-fire wailing electric guitar soloing throughout.

`Live 1974/Live 2000' is a fascinating historical document of a defining jazz/fusion band that offers ample brilliance of their early years, and a sublime and classy instrumental performance showcasing two decades of honing and perfecting their craft. Fans of the band could not ask for a more exciting and worthy collection to treasure.

Four stars.

Oh, and whoever voted this disc a 1 star...well, what can I say? I guess they have a problem with superb musicians playing amazing music...

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 Tilt - Immagini Per Un Orecchio by ARTI E MESTIERI album cover Studio Album, 1974
4.24 | 130 ratings

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Tilt - Immagini Per Un Orecchio
Arti e Mestieri Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by Raccoon

5 stars 109 ratings and 17 reviews don't serve this Italian Jazz/Symphonic band justice. If classified as a Jazz/Fusion album, then it's my favorite album in the whole extensive genre. I'll explain why...

Aggressive at times, but never out of control. Peaceful at times, only to build to an opus of Giovanni's violins and Furio's furious drumming. (Not to mention hypnotic keyboards adding depth to the already dense songs). Despite the rarity of finding this album cheap, every dollar you pay goes towards the infinite replay value you'll get from this musical gem.

Some reviewers discredit the album closer, veering from the flow of the album. Though, after the confused techno-babble, there's melodies recalling previous songs. It's an amazing reprise, reminding you of all the great melodies you may have forgotten. In my take, these distorted reprises reminds me of a bubbling cauldron containing each melody only to be swooped up by the everlasting mellotron. I won't evaluate each song since they all flow into each other, ending (what seems like) abruptly. Clocking in at 37 minutes, you wish it would last just a bit longer. Any jazz- enthusiast or prog-enthusiast would find something special in this album. Hell, anyone would. If you've yet to hear this due to the jazz/fusion classification, LISTEN TO IT. It took me years to finally venture into the jazz/fusion realm, and it sickens me to think I could've missed out on this.

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 Giro Di Valzer Per Domani by ARTI E MESTIERI album cover Studio Album, 1975
3.82 | 78 ratings

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Giro Di Valzer Per Domani
Arti e Mestieri Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by Andrea Cortese
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

3 stars This is a more mature work than the band's debut "Tilt" and it is certainly an album difficult to avoid. Notwithstanding I think it is not a the level of their first number which is still my personal favourite.

Music is impressive and the skills of the musician unquestionable but that peculiar sypmhonic attidute has (incomprehensibly) gone. Where are the majestic mellotron's atmospheres?

They play professionally and blend the technical perfection of MAHAVISHNU with mathematical knots of GENTLE GIANT and touches of mediterranean folk. Drumming is astonishing as always.

Sadly enough, this album never really grabbed my full attention. Excellent, but a bit too soft and a bit too unchallanging without those memorable symphonic effects of the famous precedessor.

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 Murales by ARTI E MESTIERI album cover Studio Album, 2000
3.46 | 16 ratings

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Murales
Arti e Mestieri Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by Warthur
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4 stars Arti e Mesteri's reunion album finds them taking on a much smoother, cooler, and laid-back approach to jazz fusion. Despite the presence of a few mischevious Zappa-esque flourishes here and there to remind us of the firey and mischief-loving albums of their early career, by and large this album leans much closer to the jazz side of fusion than the rock side - but when it's jazz this beautiful and soothing, I'm not inclined to complain.

Unlike many other bands, Arti e Mesteri avoid falling into the trap of making a reunion album which tries too hard to sound just like their classic-era material: instead, they've produced a piece which shows they've paid attention to developments in fusion and jazz over the course of their hiatus. The end result is a very good album which sounds like an entirely different band.

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 Tilt - Immagini Per Un Orecchio by ARTI E MESTIERI album cover Studio Album, 1974
4.24 | 130 ratings

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Tilt - Immagini Per Un Orecchio
Arti e Mestieri Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by AtomicCrimsonRush
Special Collaborator Symphonic Team

4 stars A lost classic of the 70s golden era

Arti E Mestieri are an obscure band from Italy who focus on jazz rock fusion unlike many other Italian prog artists. Their debut primarily is an instrumental with moments of Italian singing. The title of the album is "Tilt: Immagini Per Un Orecchio", and this is translated as "Images For An Ear" which seems profoundly appropriate. The tracks blend together beautifully in places, such as the stunning 'Strips', 'Corrosione' and 'Positivo / Negativo', and jump wildly about with odd time sigs and virtuoso musicianship. At other times, on tracks like 'In Cammino' the sound becomes rather subdued and tranquil.

The band are consummate professionals at their craft consisting of Furio Chirico on drums, Beppe Crovella on acoustic and electric pianos, synths, mellotron, Hammond organ, Marco Gallesi on bass, Gigi Venegoni on guitar, synthetizers, Giovanni Vigliar on violin and Arturo Vitale on soprano and baritone saxes, clarinets, and vibraphone. Vitale's sax work on 'In Cammino' is an incredible tour de force and of note also is the guitar lead break of Venegoni. This track is a definitive highlight along with the spine tingling opener 'Gravità 9,81'.

'Articolazioni', the mini epic that takes up most of side 2, features vocals along with 'Strips', the only occasions, and these are rather a nice break from all the musicality. This track features stunning clarinet and some very heavy passages mixed with moments of peaceful serenity. These dark and light sections are balanced perfectly with the amazing drumming skills of Chirico. The time sigs are everchanging and it even locks into a 6/8 rhythm and beautiful vibraphones are heard from Vitale. Vigliar's violin is absolutely gorgeous and sings sweetly in the melancholy soundscape. This really is a masterpiece track with some of the finest musical structures in the 70s golden era of prog.

Overall, Arti E Mestieri's debut is a lost classic in Italian prog and really deserves more recognition. The music is similar to Mahavishnu Orchestra and at times just as astonishing in terms of virtuosity. There is never a dull moment and it is packed solid with inventive musicianship and creativity.

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 Giro Di Valzer Per Domani by ARTI E MESTIERI album cover Studio Album, 1975
3.82 | 78 ratings

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Giro Di Valzer Per Domani
Arti e Mestieri Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by Warthur
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3 stars A decent fusion album which leans a bit more towards traditional jazz than Tilt, its predecessor, Giro di Valzer per Domani still shows a strong Mahavishnu Orchestra influence and proves to be a competent and capably played album in that particular fusion style. Whilst it is enjoyable, whenever I listen to it I keep finding my mind being drawn back to Tilt, which is significantly faster and more furious than this piece - whilst on their previous album Arti e Mestieri roared to the front of the pack, this time around they're scrambling to keep up. Three stars, but a well- earned three.

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 First Live in Japan by ARTI E MESTIERI album cover Live, 2006
3.59 | 10 ratings

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Arti e Mestieri Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by BGrosjean

3 stars Arti & Mestieri 's newest album was recorded live in concert in June, 2005 at Club Citta in Kawasaki, Japan. The set list included spirited rendition of the Tilt album minus three songs, seven tracks from their release Giro Di Valzer Per Domani, and six more recent tracks. The songs easily segue without a rest until the end of each suite, only allowing the Japanese audience to show their restrained affection rarely. Their music follows in the footsteps of Return to Forever, some PFM, and the lighter side of Mahavishnu Orchestra. They never stray into Canterbury territory and follow the scripted chord changes fairly tightly.

Due to their tight instrumentation, the band has a big sound, sometimes like one of Zappa's jazz orchestras toned way down, sometimes like an enhanced Weather Report or the Dixie Dregs. Although their songwriting is quite innovative and unique, I would say those bands have the greatest influence on the group's playing and arranging. The vocals (all in Italian) are not the centerpiece of the music, but offer another instrument to be arranged into the song.

There is plenty of mellotron from Beppe Crovella, and the instrumental solos, duets and trios abound using sax, electric violin, electric piano, bass, and clarinet. "Strips" includes wonderful violin solos behind electronic grand piano. Often a languid section breaks into an instrumental duel.

Some of the tracks are much more arranged than others, leaving you with the feeling that the show drifted off of and onto their pre-arranged schedule. If you know Arti y Misteri, you will note the great production values of this album, the tight musicianship and the band's enthusiasm, even after thirty years. If you are new to the band, then this will guarantee your follow up with at least the first two albums.

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 Tilt - Immagini Per Un Orecchio by ARTI E MESTIERI album cover Studio Album, 1974
4.24 | 130 ratings

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Arti e Mestieri Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by Warthur
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5 stars Like their Cramps label-mates Area, Arti e Mestieri are a Zappa-influenced Italian fusion group, but they distinguish themselves from the other band by having less influence from avant-garde rock and chamber music and more influence from sources such as the early Mahavishnu Orchestra albums. Tilt is an electrifying fusion masterpiece played at breakneck pace by the band, with exceptional musicianship displayed throughout - Giovanni Vigliar's violin playing being, to my mind, a particular highlight. Composed and performed with amazing confidence for a debut album, Tilt is a fusion classic which sets the band apart from the rest of the Italian progressive rock scene of the era.

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Arti e Mestieri Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by coasterzombie

5 stars Like Area and Perigeo, Arti e Mestieri blended jazz rock and fusion elements with traditional symphonic flair. Tilt may be the best representation of this movement, and along with the debut albums by Etna and Il Volo, one of my favorite fusion albums of all time. Anyone familiar with Mahavishu Orchestra will have a frame of reference here, but Arti e Mestieri takes the concept one step further by not just integrating jazz music with rock instrumentation, but also western classical and Mediterranean influences as well. A near-perfect listen from start to finish, a masterpiece of the genre, and necessity for any Prog collection.

"Gravita 9, 81" starts the album off with an attention-grabbing motif that fades quickly to a deceptively melancholy intro...the combination of clarinet, violin and synth here is celestial. Then after the electric piano kicks in and sets the tempo, the world is introduced to Furio Chirico. Italian prog stalwarts will recognize the drummer from The Trip, but to the uninitiated, hearing Furio play drums the first time is like your first kiss - a little scary at first, somewhat sloppy, and WAY TOO FAST. But then you get that feeling; that warm buzz in your stomach like hot chocolate on a winter day. It courses through your veins and fills your entire nervous system with dopamine. That's what Furio Chirico's drumming is like. Bill Bruford will always have a special place in my heart, but if I had to pick one drummer as the "best," it would be Chirico.

Nowhere is his mastery of the drum kit more evident than in "Strips." An absolute monster beat, so carefully and thoughfully composed to accentuate (not overstate) the arrangement. "Corrosione" gives us our first taste of Mellotron, and again the woodwinds playing against violin is a combination of sheer brilliance. Nothing groundbreaking, but usually intonation suffers between these two particular instruments - not here. Giovanni Vigliar and Arturo Vitale play in perfect unision, often switching instruments not just mid-song but mid-phrase! A real show of virtuosity but also restraint. We then segue into Positivo/Negativo, another amazing showcase for what the band has to offer. "In Cammino" solemnly rounds out the first side.

"Fahrenheit/Articolazioni" is one of those songs that, once you hear it, is like a part of you. I will seriously just be sitting in traffic and it pops into my head, and get goose bumps every time. The first two-thirds of the suite is structured much like the rest of the album, but the third act is where the symphonic influences really take over...an orchestral feast for the ears that tugs at your heart strings and doesn't let go. I always get a little sad at this point because I know the album is almost over. A case for quality over quantity if there ever was one. Arti e Mestieri would go on to record many albums, but none as fine as this one.

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 Arti e Mestieri Live by ARTI E MESTIERI album cover Live, 1990
3.54 | 9 ratings

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Arti e Mestieri Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by Sean Trane
Special Collaborator Prog Folk

3 stars Behind an extremely sober artwork, this album was recorded in the aftermath of Tilt's release (all of the tracks bar one improve are from the album), this is a first-era posthumous release, but there is a significant difference: the presence of a specific singer (Gaza), absent on Tilt, but present on the following studio album. That evening's mood is still more in the Tilt area rather than the coming Giro realm, with the Mahavishnu ghost hovering over the stage, but the mood is more energetic.

It's actually fairly interesting to hear the Tilt album tracks, though not in the same sequence, in their live versions and pick out the differences, outside the obvious different vocals and the energy level. Most of the tracks are actually slower-paced (whether intentional or not), but oddly enough most of them are shorter (sometimes very significantly) than their studio version, except for the closing Gravity 9.81, which almost doubles in length and is also the highlight of the gig with some Crimsonian improvs. The balance is also fairly different as well, thus providing an interesting change of view on their music, much like a King Crimson Collector Club album. One of the attractions of this live album is the presence of an unheard-elsewhere track, a rare Vigliar composition Coming Here To Get You, which does melt fine into the A&M mass.

A rather poor-sounding album, everything being relative, because there is also much worse from greater-known groups (again ogling towards Crimson), especially from an approximative reissue label like Vinyl Magic, but this is exactly the point: this release is not a reissue. Certainly not essential, unless you're an A&M fan.

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