SUMARI‘s second release SUMARI II, from the powerful trio of multi-instrumentalists Matt Lavelle on trumpet and alto clarinet, Jack DeSalvo on electric guitar, cello, banjo and bass ukulele and Tom Cabrera on drums and percussion, go one step further than their debut album SUMARI (one of Downbeat‘s Best Albums of 2015) in creating vast soundscapes alternating with intense interplay.
The Night Visit
The Wine Made Before Adam
One Rose is Enough
The Dust of the Doorway
Inside the Shell of Space and Time
All Roads Have an End
Lost at the Ocean’s Edge
MATT LAVELLE, trumpet, alto clarinet, cuica
JACK DeSALVO, guitar, bass ukulele, cello, banjo
TOM CABRERA, drums, percussion
Recorded, mixed, and mastered at Beanstudio by Jim DeSalvo
Design by Qua’s Eye Graphics
Produced by Jack DeSalvo
Contrassio Trio perform Jack DeSalvo’s piece Pramantha in Palencia, Spain.
Pramantha has also been performed by classical guitarist ADAM KAHN in the UK.
Pramantha has been recorded by a number of artists, including:
Lewis Porter Plays Jack DeSalvo – Lewis recording his newest solo piano album, playing the music of composer Jack DeSalvo. Recorded for Unseen Rain Records by engineer Jim DeSalvo at Trading 8s Studio.
Jack DeSalvo with Ronald Shannon Jackson and The Decoding Society at Rennes Jazz Festival in Rennes, France, 1988. Band members included Ramon Pooser on bass, Jef Lee Johnson on guitar and Conrad Matthieu on bass.