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Ivo Perelman: The Purity of Desire

Read "The Purity of Desire" reviewed by John Sharpe


Tenor saxophonist Ivo Perelman prolifically documents his work, his discography growing almost by the week. But he finds new things to say and new ways of saying them, even with his most regular collaborators. Witness the stream of superlative recordings he has made with pianist Matthew Shipp. But, at the same time, the New York-based Brazilian ...

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Safar-E-Daroon

Label: Songlines Recordings
Released: 2020
Track listing: Safar-e-Daroon: El Baz : Mini-con; Calling on You; Shamshir; Convergence; Illumination; Outsize; Gabriel James.

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The Purity of Desire

Label: Not Two Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Purity of Desire; Bridge to the Soul; Love is a Stranger; This Longing; A Garden Beyond Paradise; Music of a Distant Drum; The Joy That Wounds; Light upon Light

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Ivo Perelman: The Purity of Desire

Read "The Purity of Desire" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Tenor saxophonist Ivo Perelman is an imaginative and intrepid musical explorer. His prolific discography is replete with unique examples of his restless creativity all bearing his inimitable style. On the sensual The Purity of Desire Perelman joins forces with oud player Gordon Grdina and percussionist Hamin Honari. Together they perform a set of eight originals inspired ...

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New Music from Ivo Perelman

Read "New Music from Ivo Perelman" reviewed by Bob Osborne


Ivo Perelman sent me three new albums. When I saw the musicians involved it reminded me of some other great releases featuring those people. I had a search in the archive and pulled together some music to compliment the new releases from Perelman. There's also two great new albums—one from Samo Salamon & Friends, and the ...

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Gordon Grdina: Ejdeha

Read "Ejdeha" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Fifteen years into his study of Arabia's mysterious and resonant oud, Vancouver, Canada-based guitarist Gordon Grdina has released Ejdeha, with his equally mysterious and resonant ensemble, The Marrow. Expanding out from his debut, Think Like the Waves (Songlines, 2006), recorded with Gary Peacock and Paul Motian, Grdina takes his jazz improvisations further into the ...


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