Extract from the concert by the American organist Lou Bennett at the Blue Note in Rome.
The Blue Note is opened in 1970 by Pepito Pignatelli in Via dei Cappellari (cross street of Campo de' Fiori) in Rome. In just one season of activity, the Roman cave hosts numerous American jazz musicians who, between the mid-1960s and early 1970s, moved to Europe to stay there for short and long periods. Among them, Lou Bennett, Kenny Clarke, Dexter Gordon, Art Farmer, Mal Waldron, Phil Woods, Don Byas e Lucky Thompson.
Contribution shared by Marco Molendini