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Before the Light

Label: November Music
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1.Before the Light No.1 2.Alai

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Ketil Bjornstad: Before the Light

Read "Before the Light" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Pianist/composer Ketil Bjornstad is primarily known for his new age, chamber jazz type outings on the ECM record label. This superbly recorded production is framed upon an imaginary soundtrack – composed for a film story, concerning love and so forth, as described within the liners. Bjornstad composed all these works and performs with guitarist Eivind Aarset, ...

Time Flies

Label: November Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Tone/Time Flies, Raga, My Favourite Dance, Love, Memory, Golden Age

Makahia

Label: November Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Call The Morning, Forty8 Fifty8, Lovelines, Air Concert, Daksha, Event Horizon, I

Water Mirror

Label: November Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Morning Mist (Wassermusik), Cascade, Echoes, 7 Goblins, Blues Glissade, Undercurrent, Sealion

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Kiedaisch - Svoboda - Hahn: Water Mirror

Read "Water Mirror" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

This Germany-based trio, delves into and ultimately stylizes a form of music that perhaps parallels the delicacies, and transmutations of water on Water Mirror. Here, the band melds lucid dreamscapes with a continuous underlying flow, thanks to vibraphonist Michael Kiedaisch’s softly stated melodies and oscillating rhythms, while saxophonist Eberhard Hahn and trombonist Mike Svoboda render soothing ...

AZOPA (Achim Tang - Zoltan Lantos - Patrice Heral): Makahia

Read "Makahia" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

The trio known as “AZOPA” (derived from the musicians’ first names), melds Eastern European provincial themes with East Indian percussion, modern jazz style interplay, world beat grooves and ethereal dialogue. With the opener, “Call The Morning” one of the musicians perpetuates gravely lower register and somewhat indecipherable spoken word colloquy, which could very well signify the ...

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Gyorgy Szabados: Time Flies

Read "Time Flies" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

According to the companion press release, pianist/composer Gyorgy Szabados is the “godfather of the Hungarian modern jazz scene”. Here, the artist embarks on a solo flight consisting of Euro-Classical style themes melded with free jazz dialogue. Basically, Szabados employs swirling clusters and lush embellishments in concert with dazzling speed and wonderfully coordinated yet altogether complex left-hand, ...


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