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Ghost Rhythms

Having so far self-released three studio efforts, French ensemble Ghost Rhythms present their first live album, and debut Cuneiform release, Live at Yoshiwara, recorded in front of a small audience just before Christmas 2018 at Les Frigos in Paris – in the very room that serves as the setting for their weekly rehearsals. Ghost Rhythms is led by composers, drummer Xavier Gélard and pianist Camille Petit. Together, they have composed the entirety of the band’s material except for this one-off project originally designed to coincide with the band's tenth anniversary. For Live at Yoshiwara, they invited the other members to contribute pieces of their own for the first – and possibly only - time. These two have known each other since the mid 90s and worked in a variety of rock and progressive rock-type ensembles

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Catching Up On Mostly 2020 Releases

Read "Catching Up On Mostly 2020 Releases" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Lots of interesting albums piled up in the last few months, most of them released in 2020. Dusan Jevtovic If You See Me Self Produced 2020 Serbian guitarist/composer Dusan Jevtovic assembled a strong core band for this album, which was mostly recorded live in the studio: touch guitarist and ...

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Imaginary Mountains

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Path to Oyapock; Tumuc Humac; GR 1; Sierra de Tamuraque; Oayana Circles; GR 2; Horizontal Ascension; GR 3; Coudreau's Dream; Vie de Raymond Maufrais.

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Live at Yoshiwara

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Yoshiwara's Theme; Maohee; La Chose; Nattes; Kamaloka; Xanadu; Funus; Charivari; Circumambulation; Chamber Claire.

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Article: Album Review

Ghost Rhythms: Live at Yoshiwara

Read "Live at Yoshiwara" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


French ensemble Ghost Rhythms present their first live album, recorded in front of a small audience in their rehearsal space. While there is no real venue named Yoshiwara, there is an infamous Yoshiwara district in Japan, which in turn lent its name to the depraved red-light district and club in Metropolis, Fritz Lang's 1927 silent sci-fi ...


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