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Invisible Threads

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: At First Sight; Autumn Nocturne; Within the Clouds; Byndweed; On Still Waters; Another Reflection; The Admiral; Pitanga Pitomba; Summer Song; Concentric Circles; Stroke Damerel; Invisible Threads.

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John Surman: Invisible Threads

Read "Invisible Threads" reviewed by Mario Calvitti

Dopo oltre 50 anni di attività professionale, il sassofonista britannico John Surman è ancora in grado di sorprenderci. Lo fa con il suo nuovo lavoro, pubblicato sempre dalla ECM, a 6 anni di distanza dal precedente Saltash Bells. Questo Invisible Threads è nato quasi per caso, da un incontro fortuito del sassofonista con la musica brasiliana ...

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John Surman: Invisible Threads

Read "Invisible Threads" reviewed by Samuel Stroup

Half a century into his musical career, English reed player John Surman continues to find outlets to explore a wide variety of introspective compositions. Invisible Threads, out on ECM, finds Surman exploring folk and world music, accompanied by pianist Nelson Ayres and mallet percussionist Rob Waring. The album features Surman's woodwind melodies bouncing atop piano and ...


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