Album titled "Space Jazz Trio Vol. 1” recorded by the trio of the same name on 6 and 9 June 1986 at i Sonic Studios of Rome and published by the YVP Music label of the German producer York V. Prittwitz Und Gaffron.
Enrico Pieranunzi: piano/Enzo Pietropaoli: double bass/Fabrizio Sferra: drums/Massimo Rocci: sound engineer
Already from their first album Space Jazz Trio stand out for their performance philosophy inspired by the concept of equal roles between pianist, double bass player and drummer in the wake of the conceptual legacy underlying the recording works of the historic trio of Bill Evans, featuring double bassist Scott LaFaro and drummer Paul Motion In the liner notes of the album we read in this regard – “It is essential that the musicians establish an eternal dialogue. By doing this, together, they connect within an ideal "Space" where musical thought, emotions and languages find their synthesis, with the intention of extending the expressive possibilities of the trio and the desire to develop creative freedom, without lose sight of a specific style ".
Use: Among the group of artists who have recorded at Sonic Studios in Rome we can mention: Pino Daniele, Alan Sorrenti, Francesco Guccini, The Center of Gravity, Giovanni Tommaso, Ezio Bosso, Aires Tango, Chris Potter, Dave Holland, Enrico Rava.
The entire material recorded on analogue support was digitized and restored by the sound engineers of the Saint Louis College of Music in Rome under the supervision of Paolo Marra, curator of the Jazz Archive in Rome.
by double bass player Bruno Tommaso