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Movements In Colour

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: La Tristess Du Roi; Bing; Nave Nave Moe; Ballarina; May Song; We Shall Not Go To Market Today; International Blue.

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Andy Sheppard: Movements in Colour

Read "Movements in Colour" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Booking a flight on Andy Sheppard's airline can be vexing, since the composer/saxophonist has no certain destination and is liable to take off and land anywhere. For the adventuresome musical traveler, this is a good thing. Sheppard burst on the scene in the 1980s with a series of acclaimed discs (now out-of-print) on the Antilles label, ...

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Andy Sheppard: Movements in Colour

Read "Movements in Colour" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Evocativo, melodico, “presente," mai scontato anche dove la tessitura musicale infinitamente armonica ogni tanto va a rifugiare, Andy Sheppard è uno di quei nomi protagonisti della musica moderna che mai nessuno potrebbe tacciare di nefandezze. Misurata, equilibrata, tonica, la sua è musica che porta sistematicamente con sè un tocco inequivocabilmente “British" anche se - come in ...

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Andy Sheppard: Movements in Colour

Read "Movements in Colour" reviewed by John Kelman

Familiar to ECM fans for his work with Carla Bley including the small group The Lost Chords Find Paolo Fresu (WATT, 2007) and large ensemble Appearing Nightly (WATT, 2008), Andy Sheppard has also proven comfortable in ultra ultra large ensembles like the 200 saxophone strong Saxophone Massive that he led at Mai Jazz 2008 in Stavanger, ...


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