Many years ago, before jazz was recognized its value through all those songs then defined world, were very few Italian musicians who draw on the national folk to let their music breathe freely. Even fewer those who were able to conduct their "local" language at the same level as the global.
Among these few, brave explorers music, can not be forgotten, in addition to the great Trovesi, the Sicilian piano player Claudio Lo Cascio and his New Jazz Society.
Label: Edizioni di Cultura Popolare
Catalog#: VPA 102
Recorded at Rome, on January 12, 1975
Claudio Lo Cascio (p), Renato D'Anna (el. viol), Rosario Vizzini (el g), Franco Messina (el bass), Salvatore Cammarata (drums)
A1) Oleodotti A Sud Est - 5'10"
A2) Dalla Gente Alla Gente - 9'18"
A3) Tandarica - 5'00"
A4) Milicia - 4'34"
B1) Call - 7'24"
B2) Siodmawka - 8'39"
B3) Gifte Telli - 7'08"