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Babatunde Lea: Suite Unseen: Summoner of the Ghost

Read "Suite Unseen: Summoner of the Ghost" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

The summoner of the ghost goes on an African-inspired journey in jazz on Suite Unseen. That certainly says something for the music, and if that tag is the bait, then band of musicians that Babatunde Lea has gathered for the adventure is the lure. And there is no disappointment on this exciting journey with the call ...

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Babatunde Lea: Suite Unseen: Summoner of the Ghost

Read "Suite Unseen: Summoner of the Ghost" reviewed by Eric J. Iannelli

Suite Unseen: Summoner of the Ghost is yet another practical reminder that one should never judge an album by its cover. Or its shamanistic title or overwritten liner notes, for that matter. What looks conspicuously like a sprawling world music effort is actually a relatively straight-ahead jazz session linked by African folk chants and Afro-Caribbean polyrhythms. ...

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Babatunde Lea: Suite Unseen: Summoner of the Ghost

Read "Suite Unseen: Summoner of the Ghost" reviewed by Alain Londes

An homage to ancestral spirits sets the context for Babatunde Lea's Suite Unseen: Summoner of the Ghost. The drummer/percussionist and educator has created a suite with a unique jazz flavor, complemented by additional musical textures and held together by a spiritual overtone. The stylistic nuances together generate an imaginative piece of music that is unpredictable yet ...