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Continuation

Label: On The Corner
Released: 2020
Track listing: Deep Peace; Continuation; Pause; The Angry One; Lost & Found; Pause Reprise.

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Collocutor: Continuation

Read "Continuation" reviewed by Gareth Thompson

Viewing the CV of musician-composer Tamar Osborn is like watching a tapestry unfurl in bewildering detail. Having started out on clarinet and saxophone, performing mostly classical works, she later studied rhythms and ragas in India, then collaborated with a vast array of talents, often fusing Afrobeat and Ethio-funk into jazzy paradigms. She was part of the ...

Continuation

Label: YM Sounds
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1. Joe's Twigs 2. Continuation 3. The Song You Told 4. id 5. Schist City 6. When I Took A Tip On A Train 7. In Your Own Sweet Way 8. Dual 9. Krin 10. Pure Imagination

Continuation

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Willie n Me; Once Upon a Chance Encounter; Southside Strut; Amazon; Jean de Fleur; La Mesha; Funkdat; My Blues; When Sunny Gets Blue.

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Peter Lerner: Continuation

Read "Continuation" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Nothing unflattering can be said about Chicago-born and -based guitarist Peter Lerner's latest album, Continuation. The energy level is high, the charts admirable, the supporting cast exemplary. On the other hand, it would be hard to separate the enterprise from a veritable sea of rivals that dwell in a comparable groove. As there is nothing explicit ...

Continuation

Label: Cryptogramophone
Released: 2009
Track listing: Nourishing Our Roots; Clearing Our Streams; Fading to Green; Steadfast; Submerge; In the Bones of the Homegoing Thunder; Open Hands (Receive, Release).

Continuation

Label: Cryptogramophone
Released: 2009
Track listing: 01. Nourishing Our Roots; 02. Clearing Our Streams; 03. Fading to Green; 04. Steadfast; 05. Submerge; 06. In the Bones of the Homegoing Thunder; 07. Open Hands (Receive, Release).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Alex Cline: Continuation

Read "Continuation" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Dopo alcuni anni di silenzio discografico come leader (i suoi ultimi due lavori, Sparks Fly Upward e The Constant Flame sono rispettivamente del 1999 e del 2001) Alex Cline torna con uno dei migliori album della sua carriera. Sceglie compagni di viaggio nuovi, con l'eccezione del violinista Jeff Gauthier che ha quasi sempre collaborato con i ...

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Alex Cline: Continuation

Read "Continuation" reviewed by Troy Collins

Twin brother of guitarist Nels Cline, percussionist Alex Cline has often been portrayed as the quieter half, with his introspective leanings serving as the delicate yin to Nels' assertive yang. Cross-cultural metaphors aside, Alex's discography is filled with allusions to his longstanding interest in Eastern spirituality. Fittingly, Cline's albums often exude an air of ...

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Alex Cline: Continuation

Read "Continuation" reviewed by John Kelman

It's been a long time since percussionist/composer Alex Cline last released an album under his own name. 1999's Sparks Fly Upward and 2001's The Constant Flame (both on Cryptogramophone), culminated his evolving Alex Cline Ensemble, combining measured spontaneity with long-form writing that, in its near-classical approach to compositional development, was a unique confluence of form and ...


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