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Almost Almond

Label: Sanje
Released: 2011
Track listing: Monkey Hands; Lastovo; My Amusing Muse; Dutilleux; Pleiades; Too Emotional For This World; Drewish; The Small Buddhist; The Ladybird Is Yawning; Monderous; Almost Almond.

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Lastovo

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Label: Sanje
Released: 2011
Duration: 09:24

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Samo Salamon Trio: Almost Almond

Read "Almost Almond" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


Guitarist Samo Šalamon has exhibited a high level of creativity on his recordings. He continues to manifest that trait on this release, his 11th as leader. As before, the material entices, as it moves between laidback tunes that are bathed in a soft glow, or hard permutations that crackle and snap. Add little twists like the ...

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Samo Salamon Trio: Almost Almond

Read "Almost Almond" reviewed by Nic Jones


It's starting to feel as if the further guitarist Salamon Salamon progresses in his career, the faster the company he keeps. On this trio date, he's working with bassist Drew Gress and drummer Tom Rainey, both with numerous appearances on record to their credit. But Salamon isn't out of his depth; this is a trio that ...

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Samo Salamon: Almost Almond

Read "Almost Almond" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Samo Salamon has been compared to everybody from Ben Monder, John Scofield and John Abercrombie, to Sonny Sharrock and Tal Farlow. This list, referencing a group of guitarists that have little in common, will leave plenty of people scratching their heads, but it points to the fact that this young Slovenian guitarist knows no bounds. Salamon ...


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