Daniel Carter & Federico Ughi :: Extra Room

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Daniel Carter & Federico Ughi :: Extra Room

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Daniel Carter: alto, tenor, soprano saxophones, flute, trumpet, piano
Federico Ughi: drums

Recorded in Paramus, NJ
Released: May 2015
Catalogue number 5785

Photos: Federico Ughi
Graphic Design: Mark Smith

100% of profit from the sale of this album
goes to the musicians


TRACKS:
1- It's Got To Be Better Outside
2- Extra Room
3- Gypsy Driver
4- Sweat It Out
5- Chasing The Dream
6- Light it Up, Watch it Burn
7- New Shoes
8- Taking Our Time
9- Expansion

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577 Records is proud to present DANIEL CARTER AND FEDERICO UGHI's new studio album Extra Room, which will be released officially in New York City on May 12, 2015.

Daniel Carter and Federico Ughi first met on the Lower East Side of Manhattan at a show at the Pink Pony, a place that doesn't exist anymore. It is somehow fitting that over the years of their collaboration the place where they were first introduced has since been lost to New York City folklore. The city is famous for its frenetic pace, an endless source of reinvention and renewal. In the midst of these strong forces, Daniel and Federico have continued to evolve as musicians, yet they have a certain fundamental understanding between them that has enabled their bond to flourish in the midst of the changes around them.

This is Daniel and Federico's third album since the studio work Astonishment, a release which All Music Guide “strongly recommended” and the very first time the two musicians played in a duo format (577 Records, 2001). The subsequently released live in NYC limited edition album Mountain Path (577 Records, 2007) was declared “creative spirituality…a great album” by Stef of Free Jazz Blog.

In this latest studio album you can hear the years of rehearsing, touring and talking in the music. Their sound has evolved over time but there is a quality, a trademark to the duo's ability to improvise that has been there from the beginning. This album confirms a connection that defines one of the most prolific partnerships in New York avant-garde for the last 15 years.

Polly Barnes, 2015