Franco Cerri - Metti Una Sera Cerri [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] [180 Gram] (Wht) | RECORD STORE DAY

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First LP reissue ever for this great classic by Franco Cerri, one of the most important Italian jazz guitarists ever!'Metti una sera Cerri' was recorded in April 1973 by Guido Lamorgese at the SAAR Studios in Milan, Italy; in that case, Franco Cerri (acoustic and electric guitar) was joined by an all-star band consisting of Nando de Luca (pianoe, arrangements, music director), Pino Presti (electric bass) and Tullio DePiscopo (drums), with the addition of a string and brass symphonic orchestra.Franco Cerri is considered by many the best Italian guitarist and one of the best guitarists and 'music stylists' that European jazz has ever produced. He began his long and prolific career in 1945 with Gorni Kramer and in 1949 he accompanied Django Reinhardt. In the '50s he collaborated with great jazzmasters. Working with musicians from Chet Baker to Gerry Mulligan, and from Billie Holiday to Lee Konitz, and in modern jazz quartet or quintet, with musicians such as Tullio de Piscopo, Pino Presti, Gianluigi Trovesi, Flavio Ambrosetti and Jean-Luc Ponty, made Franco Cerri a leader in the Italianand European jazz world.