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Prophecies Come to Pass

Label: 577 Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: 1. Sekasso Blues - 13:54; 2. The Beauty Within - 07:59; 3. Everyone's Got Something to Say - 08:02; 4. Prophecies Come to Pass - 18:27; 5. Sentimentally - 12:28; 6. Children of the CREATOR - 11:51 Tutte le composizioni sono di Sabìr Mateen

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Sabìr Mateen: Prophecies Come to Pass

Read "Prophecies Come to Pass" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

La 577 Records di Federico Ughi fa centro e dà alle stampe una registrazione, la settima nel catalogo della giovane e promettente etichetta di New York, che non avrebbe potuto sortire effetto diverso. Ripreso dal vivo allo Zebulon di Brooklyn il 22 Settembre 2005, l’esordio di The Shapes, Textures and Sound Ensemble, la creatura di Sabìr ...

Prophecies Come to Pass

Label: 577 Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Sekasso Blues; The Beauty Within; Everyone's Got Something To Say; Prophecies Come To Pass; Sentimentally; Children Of The Creator.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sabir Mateen: Prophecies Come to Pass

Read "Prophecies Come to Pass" reviewed by Jeff Stockton

The Shapes, Textures and Sound Ensemble is a quintessential downtown New York jazz group in the tradition of Other Dimensions in Music and Test--as intense and impassioned as music honed on the street should be: tough, but coherent and highly skilled. Led by veteran reedman Sabir Mateen on alto, tenor, flute and clarinets, none of the ...

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Sabir Mateen: Prophecies Come To Pass

Read "Prophecies Come To Pass" reviewed by Troy Collins

On Prophecies Come To Pass, saxophonist Sabir Mateen's Shapes, Textures, and Sound Ensemble delivers a rousing program of classic free jazz that rarely relents in its intensity. Recorded live in Brooklyn, this album captures the group at its rapturous best. Dedicated to late trumpeter Raphe Malik, the ensemble pushes its post-Ayler dynamics to the heavens.

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Sabir Mateen: Prophecies Come to Pass

Read "Prophecies Come to Pass" reviewed by Florence Wetzel

Prophecies Come to Pass is the debut recording of Sabir Mateen's compositions by his group The Shapes, Textures, and Sound Ensemble. Recorded live in Brooklyn in September 2005, the CD was edited by Mateen and Swell and mastered under Mateen's direction. It's dedicated to the late great Raphe Malik, who at one time played with the ...


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