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Samo Salamon & Friends: Almost Alone Vol 1

Read "Almost Alone Vol 1" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


To keep the train on the track during the Covid lockdowns, artists must think outside the box. Such is the case with this first volume of duets performed by renowned Slovenian guitarist Samo Salamon and European guitarists via the Internet by using web-based meeting programs and file-sharing processes. And besides performing on acoustic and electric guitars, ...

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Rare Ebb

Label: Samo Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: #7; Crooswijk; Burmonster; Dunes; Sandstorm; Here; Same; Dutchie; Floating; Serenity; Another Rain.

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Common Flow

Label: Samo Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Crooswijk; Burmonster; Dunes; Sandstorm; Serenity; #7; Same; Floating; Here; Dutchie; Another Rain.

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Almost Alone Vol 1

Label: Samo Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Miss Sarcasm; Nightmare; Crooswijk; Awkwardly Placed; Coalition of the Mistaken; Looking Back; Seagulls in Maine; Seven Cats; Not Too Late, Not Too Soon; Monked; Northern Wind.

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Samo Salamon: Almost Alone Vol 1

Read "Almost Alone Vol 1" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Slovenian guitarist Samo Salamon is as prolific as he is innovative. His restless explorations have resulted in a large, versatile discography that ranges from the orchestral to the free flowing with a variety of ensembles. His 2020 release Almost Alone Vol. 1 is a set of eleven duets each with a different international guitarist. It is ...

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Samo Šalamon: Common Flow & Rare Ebb

Read "Samo Šalamon: Common Flow & Rare Ebb" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


When last heard from, Slovenian guitarist/composer Samo Šalamon released a diverse trio of albums in a single month: an eleven-piece free jazz orchestra; a chamber trio of viola, acoustic guitars and drums; and a “free modern jazz punk avantgarde groove quartet." These two albums are another simultaneous release, but with a difference. They document two sessions ...

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Punk You

Label: Samo Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Ego Trip; My Furry Little Friend; Mr. Stewie; Gotta Love; Home; Punk'd; Mind Fuck; Motions of Tenderness; Soft Paw; Black Saturday.

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Samo Salamon: Three At Once (Freequestra, Trio, & Rotten Girlz)

Read "Samo Salamon: Three At Once (Freequestra, Trio, & Rotten Girlz)" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


The adventurous (and prolific) Slovenian guitarist Samo Salamon has outdone himself in both departments, releasing three albums in the same month. They are a diverse collection: an eleven-piece free jazz orchestra; a chamber trio of viola, acoustic guitars and drums; and a “free modern jazz punk avantgarde groove quartet" (Salamon's description), with a vocalist and the ...

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Peaks of Light

Label: Samo Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Devil's Darling; Chaplin Walks; Barren; Sleepy Burja; Our Tune; Riding the Urban Range; Para Para; The Harmonica Suite - Part I; The Harmonica Suite - Part II; The Harmonica Suite - Part III; Freeze.

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Samo Salamon & Howard Levy: Peaks of Light

Read "Peaks of Light" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


American harmonica player Howard Levy is not only a master of the diatonic harmonica; he is also an eclectic musician who elevates every playing situation he participates in. Slovenian guitarist/composer Samo Salamon is a jazz specialist, but he is also a fearless improviser, as demonstrated in his recent duet project WindS (Klopotec, 2016) with pianist Stefano ...


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