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Transit Net

Label: Filtron M
Released: 2021
Track listing: 1) Transit Net 2) Related Shifts 3) After The Damage 4) Native Tongue 5) Some Observation, Some Accumulation 6) Immune To The Venom 7) Total Target 8) Near Bermuda 9) Elastic 10) The Feed In Machine



Label: Buda Musique
Released: 2015
Track listing: Let’s Do It; Nda Yahwe; Bulawayo Xmas; Salam Salem; Beu nen; Up eye; Suite for John; Youp Kwi; VoiStrings; Timeless Mood; Elégie Opus 24; Genau; Maiden Voyage; Katcha; VoCello; The Gathering.


Article: Album Review

Gino Sitson: VoiStrings

Read "VoiStrings" reviewed by James Nadal

The categorization of “Jazz Vocal," which through time has come to cover an expanding field of wide ranging artists, might not be the appropriate tag to hang on Gino Sitson.VoiStrings is a showcase for Sitson's vocal extensions to take on another dimension as he explores in depth the art of singing as instrumentation. Accompanied by a ...



Label: Polyvocal Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Bird; Wailin'; A Leuda Wou; Bamisphere; Massalo; Y Nole ?; Simplicity; Monhzeu; Aloga; Nzui Mantoh; Bye.


Article: Album Review

Gino Sitson: Bamisphere

Read "Bamisphere" reviewed by Marcia Hillman

For his third solo album, Cameroonian vocalist Gino Sitson is joined by bassist Ron Carter, drummer Jeff “Tain Watts, bassist Essiet Essiet and pianist Helio Alves for twelve originals all sung in Medumba, a dialect of his native Bamileke language. Because of this, it is difficult to discern the meaning of each song but, according to ...


Song Zin

Label: SMI
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Ngoyak' (Black Feeling) 2. Lovely Dany-Jo 3. Paper! 4. W


Article: Album Review

Gino Sitson: Song Zin

Read "Song Zin" reviewed by Javier AQ Ortiz

Quick and to the Point: African jazzistic vocal lusciousness. Although seldom fully appreciated, musical expressions often evidence a remarkable bond with the cadences, inflections, harmonic and melodic character of the languages spoken by their producers and interpreters. Africa’s premiere position amid the world’s rhythmic bequest, for example, is not merely coincidental. Many African ...


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