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James O'Sullivan: IL Y A

Read "IL Y A" reviewed by John Eyles


It is a great pleasure to welcome the release of IL Y A by London improvising guitarist James O'Sullivan. An active member of the London improv community, including being a long-standing member of Eddie Prevost's highly influential weekly workshop, O'Sullivan released his first album in 2009. During the years 2011 to 2014, he averaged two releases ...

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IL Y A

Label: Linear Obsessional Recordings
Released: 2017
Track listing: First and Last Breath; Echo?; Concert; L’Incontournable.

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Windmap

Label: Linear Obsessional Recordings
Released: 2016
Track listing: Caju; Calima;Marin; Shamal; Föhn; Zonda; Abroulos; Minuano; Khazri; Squamish; Gilavar; Leste; Simoom; Sundowner; Rashaba; Libecco; Pali; Abroholos; Gaoithe.

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Ian Smith: Windmap

Read "Windmap" reviewed by John Eyles


Recorded at home, in London, in December 2013, and available as a limited edition CD or download, Windmap consists of nineteen short tracks (ranging in length from thirty-four seconds to three minutes and six seconds, a total playing time of some forty minutes) of solo trumpet or flugel, played by Irish trumpeter Ian MacGowan, Some of ...

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Label: Linear Obsessional Recordings
Released: 2015
Track listing: 1. The Pesty Samurai 08:01 2. Arrogant Dreamer 05:49 3. Méconnaissance 04:24 4. Primordial Recognition 10:06 5. Le Regard 04:32 6. Structure Du Soi 07:26 7. Mirror Image (live) 23:53


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