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Rose Golden Doorways

Label: Glitterbeat
Released: 2020
Track listing: Nowhere Nothing; Slow Shrouded Isle; Breath That Sparks; Those Among Us; The Immortal Fire; Cold Regime People Die; Within; The Moon Of Oduglin; Invite Them In.

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Pulled By Magnets: Rose Golden Doorways

Read "Rose Golden Doorways" reviewed by Chris May


After a momentous start in the mid 2000s with saxophonist Pete Wareham's Acoustic Ladyland and his own band, Polar Bear, drummer Sebastian Rochford's path through British jazz has been distinguished, though not without the odd glitch. The highs have been Himalayan. Perhaps most notably, he played a key role in reeds player Shabaka Hutchings' Sons Of ...

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Jon Hassell / Farafina: Flash Of The Spirit

Read "Flash Of The Spirit" reviewed by Chris May


The trumpeter and keyboard player Jon Hassell is often labelled a practitioner of ambient music. This is a misconstruction resulting mainly from Hassell's encounters with Brian Eno, who is widely perceived as ambient's originator. Hassell's oeuvre, a technologically enabled fusion of western and non-western musics which he calls Fourth World, is a wholly different kettle of ...

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Flash Of The Spirit

Label: Glitterbeat
Released: 2019
Track listing: Flash Of The Spirit (Laughter); Night Moves (Fear); Air Afrique (Wind); Out Pours (Kongo) Blue (Prayer); Kaboo (Play); (Like) Warriors Everywhere (Courage); Dreamworld (Dance); Tales Of The Near Future (Clairvoyance); A Vampire Dances (Symmetry); Masque Strength).

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God Is Not A Terrorist

Label: Glitterbeat
Released: 2019
Track listing: God Is; My Beloved Is On The Way; Twilight; Hymn; War Song; Longing.

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Ustad Saami: God Is Not A Terrorist

Read "God Is Not A Terrorist" reviewed by Chris May


God Is Not A Terrorist is by no stretch of the imagination a jazz album, but it contains deep and authentic music and will appeal to some AAJers. Ustad Saami is a master of the Pakistani vocal style known as surti, which is characterized by its use of microtones. Microtones are widely used in music throughout ...

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Jon Hassell: Dream Theory In Malaya: Fourth World Volume Two

Read "Dream Theory In Malaya: Fourth World Volume Two" reviewed by Chris May


Three decades and more after the last vinyl reissue of trumpeter Jon Hassell's landmark album, back in 1987, Britain's Glitterbeat label has released a remastered edition of the LP, which is also available on CD. The new edition includes a previously unreleased three-minute bonus track from the recording sessions. Dream Theory In Malaya, first ...

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Dream Theory In Malaya: Fourth World Volume Two

Label: Glitterbeat
Released: 2017
Track listing: Chor Moire; Courage; Dream Theory; Datu Bintung At Jelong; Malay; These Times; Gift Of Fire; Ordinary Mind (Bonus Track).

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AHEO

Label: Glitterbeat
Released: 2016
Track listing: Saliento; Chay La Lou; Yanvalou; Bade Zile; Poze; Pa Bat Kòw; Wongolo; Mon Ami Tezin.

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Afro-Haitian Experimental Orchestra: AHEO

Read "AHEO" reviewed by James Nadal


Haiti is arguably the most African country outside of Africa. It's culture, traditions, and religious beliefs are intrinsically connected to the continent which was home to the ancestors of its inhabitants. La Fête de la Musique took place in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in 2014, to honor the music of Haiti, and acknowledge its deep African heritage. Afrobeat ...


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