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Invisible Nature

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Mysterium; Rising Tide; Outback Spirits; Underground Movement; Ganges Groove; Fair Trade; Song for World Forgiveness.

Invisible Nature

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Mysterium; Rising Tide; Outback Spirits; Underground Movement; Ganges Groove; Fair Trade; Song For World Forgiveness.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jack DeJohnette & John Surman: Invisible Nature

Read "Invisible Nature" reviewed by Jim Santella

Creative music casts many impressions. Primarily a drums and soprano saxophone session, Invisible Nature swings impressionism through a dramatic collection of scenery. Improvising cohesively, the duo creates an enjoyable album that takes jazz beyond the mainstream. The pair of veteran artists forges a concert performance spontaneously. Recorded live on tour at the Berlin Jazz Festival and ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

John Surman / Jack DeJohnette: Invisible Nature

Read "Invisible Nature" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Reed player John Surman and drummer Jack DeJohnette go back a long way. More than three decades ago, these players met in London for regular jams; their paths have intersected regularly ever since. Their first record as a duo, The Amazing Adventures of Simon Simon, defined a spacious, open feel. Now back for more with Invisible ...


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