Italian trumpeter Enrico Rava (1939), who moved to New York in 1967, was influenced by
Miles Davis' haunting ambience which he augmented with soulful interplay and smooth dynamics on the albums for quartets with guitar, bass and drums:
Il Giro Del Giorno in 80 Mondi (february 1972),
The Pilgrim and the Stars (june 1975) and
The Plot (august 1976), the last two with John Abercrombie on guitar.
Quartet (march 1978), featuring trombonist Roswell Rudd and containing Rava's 15-minute suite Tramps, was perhaps his most conceptual work.
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