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Looking For a Way Out

by Paolo Pavan

Opposites 06:03
Silent 05:34
Whats up 05:06
Third 06:53


Looking For A Way Out is a self-produced Jazz CD by Paolo and Roberto Pavan. Songs are played by excellent musicians from the Italian jazz scene.

The compositions are a set of ideas inspired by the repertoire of old and new American Jazz school, expanding the boundaries to reach a very personal and intimate musical discourse.

The theme of the album is improvisation. The musicians have interpreted and developed the original ideas while maintaining a good interplay, giving the work a feel of a live performance.

The album contains songs from the more classic taste, like the ballad Silent, Urban Slanging or Blue Night Dance. There are also songs more intimate and experimental, like What's Up that presents a musical structure typical of the so-called modal jazz of Miles Davis. Opposites presents, instead, a ring-form, leaving improvisation greater creative freedom. Finally there are more modern pieces such as Looking For A Way Out and Third that go more toward a landscape of musical fusion of jazz, funky grooves and Urban Jazz.


released January 10, 2013




Paolo Pavan Rome, Italy

Paolo Pavan has been studying music since he was a child and was soon dazzled by jazz music, having as teachers Stefano Sabatini and Riccardo Biseo.
Since the late 80s Paolo has been playing with several folk, rock, pop and jazz bands in Rome and collaborated in studio recordings projects. He has played in numerous musical festivals.
Paolo also regularly consults for RAI television programs.
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