Mat Maneri Quartet: Blue Decco

In the ’60s, jazz took a turn toward rock and there was fusion. Now violinist Mat Maneri leads a quartet of New York’s finest improvisors in a spirited update of pre-fusion ’60s jazz, paying homage to such legends as Eric Dolphy and Tony Williams.
Blue Decco
Released: 9/19/2000
Genre: Jazz
All Mat Maneri Quartet profiles…
Nostalgia
The new album from jazz violinist Mat Maneri begins with a tune from the cradle.
Response Time
An improvisational album is, among other things, a record of the remarkable melding of musical minds.
Concept
Displaced time, quirky chords, simultaneous solos— Maneri explores the hallmark style of Eric Dolphy.
Visuals
Sound as image, image as sound— Maneri describes his musical synesthesia.
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