Azimut is Perigeo’s first album released in 1972.There was a time when the lines between electric jazz and rock seemed blurred. Among the first to work in Italy at the beginning of the 70s to break down the wall that divided the two genre were the Perigeo. Inspired by the exploits of Miles Davis and struck in particular by Bitches brew, in 1972 they assembled the debut album Azimut at Studio D of the Roman RCA. it is different from anything else that circulates in Italy. In a five-man line-up that includes a pianist, a saxophonist, an electric guitarist, a (contrab) bassist and a drummer, the Perigeo aim to create an Italian variant of jazz-rock, evidently related to the American one, but rooted in our country and appealing to young audiences who attend so-called pop festivals. The background of the musicians would be enough to tell the hybrid nature of the band.