When an outstanding pianist absorbed in free jazz meets a brilliant guitarist fascinated with blues-rock, the effect can be more than interesting. The collaboration of Martin Kratochvíl and Luboą Andrąt did not last long, but both artists gained a lot from it. This was summed up by the album “Pozorovatelna” recorded in 1973, the first full, proper Jazz Q LP. Now it’s back in a remastered, definitive edition.
The music that we presented was like an earthquake – recalls Martin Kratochvíl. Jazz in the orthodox sense didn’t do so well, but the creativity combining jazz finesse with rock vitality captivated the crowds. Those jazz-rock earthquakes involved forty minutes of spicy fusion, full of interesting solos and intriguing riffs on the electric piano and guitars, as well as the powerful electric bass of Vladimir Padrůnek. Material known from the original LP – as in the case of the previous reissue of the album “Elegie” –....... more