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Rossano Baldini - It Won't Be Late Album

Rossano Baldini - It Won't Be Late Album

  • Performer: Rossano Baldini
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Title: It Won't Be Late
  • Released: 23 May 2012
  • Style: Contemporary Jazz, Modal
  • Label: Albore Jazz
  • Catalog: ALBCD-017
  • Country: Japan
  • MP3 version size: 2767 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2265 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 611


Piano – Rossano BaldiniWritten By – Rossano Baldini
Piano – Rossano BaldiniWritten By – John Coltrane
3Theme For Jon
Piano – Rossano BaldiniWritten By – Rossano Baldini
Piano – Rossano BaldiniWritten By – Hoagy Carmichael
5It Won't Be Late
Piano – Rossano BaldiniWritten By – Rossano Baldini
6A Child Is Born
Piano – Rossano BaldiniWritten By – Thad Jones
7Rubber Wall
Piano – Rossano BaldiniWritten By – Rossano Baldini
8Monk's Mood
Piano – Rossano BaldiniWritten By – Thelonious Monk
Piano – Rossano BaldiniWritten By – Rossano Baldini


Rossano Baldini (piano)

Recorded at Entropia Music Studio, Perugia Italy, on June 10, 2011
Recording & mixing engineer : Roberto Lioli
Mastering engineer : Stefano Cappelli in Creative Mastering, Forlì
Photo (C) 2012 Andrea Boccalini
(C) (P) 2012 ALBORE JAZZ


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Golkis Golkis
"Some find them irresistible, others don’t endure them. However, piano solo albums - lineal descendants (and variations) of the 1975 Keith Jarrett’s live recording masterpiece Kohln Concert - have become a genre which piano players hardly give up at least once in their career. Among the many records released in recent weeks, two deserve consideration thanks to their quality and temperament. En Ny Dag by Martin Tingvall and It Won’t Be Late by Rossano Baldini. [...] The second one, by the young Roman pianist Rossano Baldini - classical studies with great passion for jazz and soundtracks (he’s member of the Italian Orchestra of Cinema) - mixes original songs (among which stands out the title track) to some standards like Monk's Mood by Monk and Coltrane’s Naima. And, above all, the renowned Stardust by Carmichael, which Baldini performs without feeling the weight of responsibility, balancing sound and silence to highlight just the melodic line. A common approach to the entire record, focused more on the essentials than richness. Each note is there because has to be there, without necessarily adding others."
Lorenzo Viganò on "Sette - Il Corriere Della Sera" (n. 46 / 2012)
Kajikus Kajikus
"Rossano Baldini has not been in a hurry to release his first album and now he shows qualities rarely found in a piano solo debut, in itself worth noting. Graduated from “St. Cecilia” Conservatory of Music in Rome, in addition to classical music’s rigorous study immediately he got interested in jazz and blues music, finding support and inspiration by his musician father. Among his jazz teachers we remember Franco D'Andrea, Stefano Battaglia and John Taylor and after various professional experiences in Italy and abroad as soundtrack’s composer, in 2011 Baldini joined the Orchestra Italiana Del Cinema. This record has been produced by the Japanese record company Albòre Jazz and reveals his value as performer and composer. The musical path is a balanced mix of original songs and classic standards which highlights his interpretation’s sensibility and refined technique. The album’s mood is impressionistic and tinged with romantic echoes. Aspects that are enhanced by Baldini’s delicate touch and refined harmonic taste which shows his deep classical background. After the rarefied opening track, with a meditative and dreamy atmosphere, the next Thelonious Monk’s tribute reveals his mastery of Afro - American aesthetics and high improvisational skills. Same thing goes for the turbulent Tristano’s memento "Naima" and for the transparent version of Thad Jones’ classic "A Child Is Born", embellished with an abstract introduction. A debut so significant which has shown what this interpreter is capable of."
Angelo Leonardi on "All About Jazz Italia", January 2013.
Anyshoun Anyshoun
"A solo piano debut is always a gamble. Baldini faces the challenge with attentive pianism, without frills and ostentation. Half of the repertoire consists of original music. In the early bars of his tunes we appreciate his classical training; afterwards, there comes the time when everything naturally becomes swing. Often the plot is impressionistic, rarefied: it invites the listeners to fill up pauses, spaces, silences on their own: to each one his personal inventory of emotions and memories. In recent years, this style has allowed the Roman pianist to engage successfully soundtracks’ composition and music for commercials. The other half of the songs offers a range of diverse but coherent standards: it is like Baldini disclosed a delicate thread of unique sensations which can hold together Monk and Coltrane, Hoagy Carmichael and Thad Jones. Definitively this album, which is dedicated "to all those who continue to believe in themselves, forgiving and giving themselves always a new opportunity", won the bet."
Raffaele Roselli on "Musica Jazz" (n. 747 - Feb. 2013)
Uttegirazu Uttegirazu
The orchestra - man is always gentle
A touch of evident classical influence, careful, from which you expect a lot very soon, and a lot it gives you back: with music, but also with silences that interact with notes. This is the excellent Rossano Baldini’s debut It Won’t Be Late (Albòre Jazz). The young Roman pianist is a member of the Orchestra Italiana Del Cinema, but in solitude he becomes a gentle orchestra - man, with many debts to Debussy, Ravel, Bill Evans. The repertoire is exactly balanced between standards (noteworthy his version of Coltrane’s Naima) and good original compositions.
Guido Festinese on "Alias - Il Manifesto", April 27th 2013