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Illusion

Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2015

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PC Energetic: Illusion

Read "Illusion" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Young German guitar-slinger Philip Czarnecki's influences derive from the rock and jazz idioms, duly exercised on his quite laudable debut album. He communicates a comprehensive scope and vivid imaginative powers via a mature outlook while working within hard-hitting jazz fusion, funk and slamming rock grooves. His fluent jazz articulations and shifting thematic overtures pose a sense ...

Illusion

Label: NatSat Music
Released: 2013
Track listing: Study 34; Delusion; Count Yourself; Subtle Bitterness; Shaolinish; Contemporary; Castalia; Hypatia; Study 34-2; Gravity (improvisation).

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Francesca Han: Illusion

Read "Illusion" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Pianist Francesca Han's music contains a certain duality. She's a classical and improvising jazz pianist with one foot in the jazz tradition and the other wedged firmly in the door of contemporary jazz. An established jazz musician in South Korea, Han acquired new vocabulary studying and playing in New York, where she also collaborated with composer ...

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Label: Cuneiform
Released: 0
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Illusion

Label: EMI
Released: 2007

Illusion

Label: Benjamino Music
Released: 2000


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