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Ophiuchus Butterfly

Label: Pi Recordings
Released: 2006
Track listing: Ophiuchus Butterfly; Aestivation; Snow Lips; You Have Ears; The Natiralists; Pretty Words, Like Blades; Tarmacadam; Looking Up; Chromos; Borealis.


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Liberty Ellman: Ophiuchus Butterfly

Read "Ophiuchus Butterfly" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Liberty Ellman giunge al terzo disco da leader e il salto di qualità è evidente rispetto alle ottime potenzialità espresse in Tactiles. A differenza di quanto spesso accade coi lavori dei chitarristi, quest'incisione non è focalizzata sullo strumento a sei corde ma ha una prospettiva ampia e articolata, prettamente compositiva. Partner per alcuni anni di Henry ...


Article: Album Review

Liberty Ellman: Ophiuchus Butterfly

Read "Ophiuchus Butterfly" reviewed by Troy Collins

Ophiuchus Butterfly is guitarist Liberty Ellman's third release as a leader, but his widest exposure has come as guitarist in Henry Threadgill's acoustic Zooid ensemble. From the distinctive opening notes of the title track, one can hear that Ellman has been absorbing lessons from the master. Blending Threadgill's taste for multiethnic rhythms and Eastern scales with ...


Article: Album Review

Liberty Ellman: Ophiuchus Butterfly

Read "Ophiuchus Butterfly" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

Being different just for the sake of being different is simply not enough. But then Liberty Ellman has never fit into the category of a run-of-the-mill jazz guitarist. Like a Bohemian artisan who dabbles in a variety of styles yet develops a unique identity, Ellman has performed impressively within mainstream, abstract jazz, and hip-hop settings--sometimes combining ...


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