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Golden Atoms

Label: Soul Note
Released: 2010
Track listing: 01. Atoms of the Heart (Michael Marcus) - 5:37; 02. Ritual (Ted Daniel) - 3:21; 03. As If (Ted Daniel) - 2:55; 04. Qusim (Ted Daniel) - 5:20; 05. Seeds of Consciouness (Michael Marcus) - 7:01; 06. Brotherhood in Flight (Michael Marcus) - 1:34; 07. Mr. Albert Ayler (Michael Marcus) - 2:12; 08. The Probe (Ted Daniel) - 7:11; 09. Night Parade (Michael Marcus) - 2:40; 10. Un poquito (Ted Daniel) - 1:03; 11. Alternate Universe (Michael Marcus) - 3:39; 12. Unanimity (Ted Daniel) - 2:02.

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Duology: Golden Atoms

Read "Golden Atoms" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Dietro alla formazione che si dà il nome di Duology troviamo Michael Marcus e Ted Daniel, impegnati rispettivamente a clarinetto e tromba. Golden Atoms (che fa seguito al disco d'esordio omonimo pubblicato nel 2007 dalla Boxholder) ci offre una musica ben ponderata, frutto di una una collaborazione che dura da tempo. L'intesa tra i due musicisti ...

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Golden Atoms

Label: Black Saint
Released: 2008
Track listing: Atoms of the Heart; Ritual; As If; Qusim; Seeds of Consciousness; Brotherhood in Flight; Mr. Albert Ayler; The Probe; Night Parade; Un Poquito; Alternate Universe; Unanimity.

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Duology: Golden Atoms

Read "Golden Atoms" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


Michael Marcus (Bb clarinet) and Ted Daniel (trumpet) have long been distinctive improvisers. Both have made a mark not only on the free jazz scene, but also with mainstream bands. Whatever the setting, they have found the space to add their own impulses to enrich the music. And so, of the many duos that have popped ...


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