Frank Rosolino - August 20, 1926, Detroit, Michigan / November 26, 1978, Los Angeles, California - will be remembered and respected throughout the contemporary jazz world for his mastery of the trombone, his uncanny ability to fit and work successfully with a wide range of musical ideas, and perhaps last but not entirely forgotten, his wit and capacity for comic entertainment. There has seldom been a time when any single aspect of this amazingly complex individual was submerged for any great length of time. He was always the superb performer, upfront individually as a musician or commercially as an entertainer.read more
Catalog#: HLL 101-04
Recorded at “Junior Studio”,
Rome on 1973, May
Frank Rosolino (trombone), Franco D'Andrea (p),
Bruno Tommaso (bass), Bruno Biriaco (drums)
Gianni Basso (tenor sax) on track A2,
Enrico Pieranunzi replace F. D'Andrea on track B4
A1) Waltz for Roma - 8'19"
A2) Alex - 7'32"
A3) Free for All - 8'02"
B1) Blue Daniel - 6'47"
B2) Close the Door - 4'59"
B3) Skylab - 6'28"
B4) Toledo - 4'50"