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Black String: Karma

Read "Karma" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Black String's karma must be good. The globally respected UK magazine Songlines awarded the South Korean quartet its Asia and South Pacific Award for Mask Dance (ACT Music, 2016), the band's potent debut. Critical acclaim for Black String's intoxicating blend of Korean traditional music and free improvisation, however, was universal, with invitations taking it all over ...

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Karma

Label: ACT Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Sureña; Hanging Gardens of Babylon; Elevation of Light; Song of the Sea; Exit Music (For a Film); Exhale-Puri; Karma; Beating Road; Blue Shade.

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Article: Book Review

The Art of Conduction

Read "The Art of Conduction" reviewed by Riccardo Brazzale


The Art of Conduction. A conduction Workbook Lawrence “Butch" Morris (Daniela Veronesi -ed.) Karma 224 pages ISBN-13: 978-1942607427 Lawrence Douglas “Butch" Morris was undoubtedly one of the most unusual and, at the same time, influential figures on the “New Jazz" scene of the last decades. Born on ...

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Karma

Label: Spartacus Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Cause and Effect; Land of Heroes; Good Deed; Body or Soul; Tomorrow; Karma; Star; Projection; Sun; Who Are You?

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Cause and Effect

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Label: Spartacus Records
Released: 2011
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Tommy Smith: Karma

Read "Karma" reviewed by John Kelman


Tommy Smith is on a roll. Not that he's been on anything but for the last several years, with a string of superb albums, each as different as they are consistent in demonstrating the saxophonist's ongoing ascension as a player, writer and bandleader. But that's not all. Since returning to Scotland after graduating from Boston's Berklee ...

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Karma

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Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. The River Is Wide 2. Dream In Red 3. Forgiven 4. Karma 5. The Game 6. The Water's Edge 7. Come What May 8. Untitled 9. Will It Be Me 10. Anything 11-13. Paying the Price: I. Dysfunction, II. Paid the Price, III. Unknowin

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NDV: Karma

Read "Karma" reviewed by Scott Andrews


Under the moniker NDV, drummer Nick D'Virgilio's first solo record Karma steps away from the grandiose, symphonic neo-progressive rock of his regular band, Spock's Beard, to explore a wide variety of musical styles. D'Virgilio has also played with Tears for Fears and Sheryl Crow. The opening two minutes of the first track, “The River ...

Album

Karma

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2001


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