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Climbing the Banyan Tree

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Dai Genyo; Weeping Statue; Instance of Memory; Peace for Kabul; Gyarah; Song at Dusk; String Drum Tarana; Gathering Song; Parting With a View

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Ravish Momin: Climbing the Banyan Tree

Read "Climbing the Banyan Tree" reviewed by Clifford Allen

For his second date as a leader in five years, drummer Ravish Momin has assembled a trio with a truly diverse range of interests and a value expanding on much of the Afro-Asian influence that has entered the jazz canon. Late of Kalaparush and The Light and the groups of reedman Sabir Mateen, Momin studied tabla ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ravish Momin and Trio Tarana: Climbing the Banyan Tree

Read "Climbing the Banyan Tree" reviewed by Clifford Allen

Drummer Ravish Momin, for his second date as a leader in five years (the other being Sound Dissolving Sound, on Sachimay) has assembled a trio with a truly diverse range of interests and a value expanding on much of the Afro-Asian influence that has entered the jazz canon. Late of Kalaparush and The Light and the ...

Climbing the Banyan Tree

Label:
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1.Dai Genyo; 2.Weeping statue; 3.Instance of memory; 4.Peace for Kabul; 5. Gyarah; 6.Song at dusk; 7.String drum tarana; 8.Gathering; 9.Parting with a view

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ravish Momin's Trio Tarana: Climbing the Banyan Tree

Read "Climbing the Banyan Tree" reviewed by Jochem van Dijk

Drummer-led albums can be somewhat pale affairs. After all, the ability to swing hard and play various grooves does in itself not necessarily suffice to create well-rounded, highly personal pieces of music. Climbing the Banyan Tree, though, is different. It is all about melody, the central element in bandleader Momin's approach to drums. ...


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