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Noel Langley: Edentide

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A deep and lugubrious ship's foghorn of brass wailing evolves into a fanfare rendition of a theme repeated throughout this debut (and long overdue) recording by trumpet maestro Noel Langley. In “For the Uncommon Man" Langley weaves a hypnotic solo surrounded by a variety of musical embellishments including delicate harp interwoven with resonant vibraphone. “The Turning House" is an improvisation featuring Langley and Ruth Wall playing a droning bray harp which manages to sound distinctly like a sitar at times affording a unique and fascinating sound (compare and contrast Don Cherry's trumpet solo on “A.I.R. (All India Radio)" ...



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