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Label: Al Maslakh Recordings
Released: 2020
Track listing: Today; Chain of Life; Nature Boy / Everything Must Change; Busy Days; Until You;Desafinado; Rewind; One Foot In Front Of The Other; Daima / Skylark; The Only Answer; Try Something New; You Are In Everything; L-O-V-E.

Ariha Brass Quartet

Label: Al Maslakh Recordings
Released: 2016
Track listing: Mar Mikhael in The Afternoon; Gemmayzeh Drinks; Armenian Coffee; Hamra Drinks; The Last Supper in Sin el Fil.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Axel Dörner/Franz Hautzinger/Mazen Kerbaj/Carl Ludwig Hübsch: Ariha Brass Quartet

Read "Ariha Brass Quartet" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The visual component of music has seemingly always been given short shrift by critics, and for that matter, listeners too. Except for the rare instances where a person is born with an acute synesthesia, or the ability to see musical notes as colors or shapes, perception of sound is limited to emotion and the sensation of ...

Bricolage

Label: Al Maslakh Recordings
Released: 2011
Track listing: Driphlith; Encilion; Goriwaered; Hafflau; Ilinyn; Osgo.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

MUTA: Bricolage

Read "Bricolage" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Quite the collective, MUTA makes soundscapes from a cooperative effort that is nearly solo-free. That is, the trio of flautist Alessandra Rombolà, electric harpist Rhodri Davies and percussionist Ingar Zach set aside any individual ambition on Bricolage, to create a consistent and cogent statement. Formed in 2003, the players have one previous release, Yesterday ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Muta: Bricolage

Read "Bricolage" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

La flautista calabrese Alessandra Rombolà, l'arpista gallese Rhodri Davies e il percussionista norvegese Ingar Zach, tutti discreti giramondo, compongono il trio Muta, di cui questo Bricolage (titolo assai emblematico) è stato inciso nell'aprile 2009 ed è edito dalla libanese Al Maslakh. Vi convivono in sostanziale equità (e simbiosi) rumorismo ed elettronica, lungo tracciati marcatamente sperimentali a ...

A Church Is Only Sacred To Believers

Label: Al Maslakh Recordings
Released: 2010
Track listing: Song One; Song Two; Song Three; Song Four; Song Five.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Nicolas Christian/ Matt Milton/ Eddie Prevost/ Bechir Saade/: A Church Is Only Sacred To Believers

Read "A Church Is Only Sacred To Believers" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Extraordinary free improvisation (and let's face it, the word “extraordinary" is used far too often these days) tends to be sound that reinvents the significance or implications of music. These days, whenever percussionist Eddie Prévost is involved in the process, the extraordinary becomes the custom. The session in London grew out of Prévost's regular ...

Live In Beirut

Label: Al Maslakh Recordings
Released: 2007
Track listing: Illusion Of Progress; Yalla Kholoud; A Daytime Nightmare; Banyan Revolution.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Peter Brotzmann/Michael Zerang: Live In Beirut

Read "Live In Beirut" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Perhaps you do know it all. That is, you believe you know what Peter Brötzmann sounds like. Certainly, if you have been paying attention for the last forty years, his blasting machine gun saxophone has caused you to either turn up the volume or turn it way down. To those who believe that “if ...


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