Albert Sanz ha publicado discos significativos para la escena del jazz, y "Mediterraníes" es tal vez su disco más cercano y entrañable, y lo hace en esta ocasión especial acompañado al bajo y la guitarra por Munir Hossn,que ha trabajado con Joe Zawinul, Alex Acuña, Gilberto Gil , Javier Ruibal y Jerry González, y es uno de los más excitantes exponentes de la nueva generación de músicos brasileños,y por Sergio Martínez a la percusión, quien ha colaborado con músicos tan diversos como Diego el Cigala, Paul Simon, Danilo Perez o el ballet nacional de España.
This is the first duet album released by drummer Ferenc Nmeth and Valancian saxophonist Javier Vercher. They both share a musical vision which abounds in wide open possibilities of spontaneous improvisation with beautifull melodies and songs. Vercher is a young, prodigiously gifted saxophonist with powerful free playing that amazingly flows in this recording. Nemeth, a player of consummate subtlety and tasted, is a product of the jazz hotbed of Keszthely, Hungary.
Madrid-born tenor saxophonist and flautist Javier Vercher began his musical studies at an early age, under the direction of his father, himself a talented musician. Javier attended Berklee College in Boston, where he studied with Frank Tiberi, George Garzone, Greg Hopkins, David Johnson and Andy McGuee and learned directly from such figures as Mark Turner, Jerry Bergonzi, Steve Lacy, Mike Stern, Curtis Fuller and Bob Mintzer and on leaving Berklee began playing in drummer Bob Moses' band.
It comes, like every year, double DVD that tells us the must-see performances of guest artists to Mega Veruno Festival. Even quest'anoo the nice little town of Novara has provided distinguished guests who wowed the large crowd. So in this double DVD we can see the amazing performances by Uriah Heep, Saga, Soft Machine Legacy, Anekdoten, Mystery, Airbag, Special Providence, Frequency Drift, Nemo, Ubi Maior, Syndone, Cheetos Magazine…