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Dimitar Karamfilov: Ecology

Read "Ecology" reviewed by Toj Samaz

Dimitar Karamfilov is a sought after Bulgarian double bassist. Ecology is his debut as a leader. The album addresses one of the common issues of the 21st century--pollution and human irresponsibility. It features some of the well known Bulgarian musicians like drummer Hristo Yotsov, saxophonist Vladimir Karparov (playing soprano), pianist Konstantin Kostov and trumpeter Mihail Yosifov. ...

Ecology

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Track listing: Way In; Parmak Bey; Ecology; When Someone Goes Somewhere; There, Wherever It May Be; Adrenaline From The Unknown; The Oak Tree In The Garden; Bathe Me In Your Dew; Produced Nature (Na Zarezan); A Golden Coin On The Bottom Of The Ocean; Way Out (Ecology Jam)


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