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by Paul Rauch
Sylvia Plath's chilling second book of poetry, Ariel," published posthumously in 1965, revealed evocative free flowing images, and minacious psychic landscapes exuding hope while hovering on the precipice of darkness. With his new release, Ariel, Seattle based saxophonist Greg Sinibaldi explores the inner and outer reaches of Plath's work by convening a trio with guitarist Ryan Ferreira, and drummer Ted Poor, utilizing the EWI (electronic wind instrument). The pieces aren't necessarily narratives of the poems, but more about the thoughts ...read more