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Samo Salamon & Aljosa Jeric Quartet: Mamasaal feat. Mark Turner

Read "Mamasaal feat. Mark Turner" reviewed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson

That bandleaders Samo Salamon and Aljosa Jeric are Slovenian doesn't appear to be of much musical relevance; jazz settings of East European folk songs are not the order of the day here. But it might have some metaphorical relevance; just as their tiny homeland has shot to the top of all social, economic and political rankings ...

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Samo Salamon & Aljosa Jeric Quartet: Mamasaal feat. Mark Turner

Read "Mamasaal feat. Mark Turner" reviewed by Nic Jones

The modern mainstream doesn't often get as rarefied as this, and that very point is one of this quartet's greatest strengths. Guitarist Samo Salamon's playing is rhythmically ambiguous with a happily singular mellowness, and it's abundantly obvious that tenor saxophonist Mark Turner)), at the worst of times one of the most singular voices out there, finds ...

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Samo Salamon & Aljosa Jeric Quartet: Mamasaal feat. Mark Turner

Read "Mamasaal feat. Mark Turner" reviewed by John Dworkin

Mamasaal is a recording led by guitarist Samo Salamon and drummer Aljosa Jeric featuring the relentlessly creative saxophonist Mark Turner. Salamon and Jeric both hail from the newly post-socialist country of Slovenia. Having been recently formed after the collapse of the Eastern Bloc, maybe there is something to the idea of jazz being a truly “democratic" ...

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Samo Salamon & Aljosa Jeric Quartet: Mamasaal feat. Mark Turner

Read "Mamasaal feat. Mark Turner" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Samo Salamon is an adventurer in more ways than one. As a guitarist he is constantly in search of the new, finding it in unexpected harmonic concepts and in the development and fulfillment of the themes. He also chooses to play with different musicians on his recordings, thus opening the doors to a fresh world of ...

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Samo Salamon & Aljosa Jeric Quartet: Mamasaal feat. Mark Turner

Read "Mamasaal feat. Mark Turner" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

The fact that guitarist Samo Salamon continues to surround himself with some of the brightest players in jazz is an inkling into his abilities as a performer and leader. To name a few: Drew Gress, Tyshawn Sorey, Gerald Cleaver, Luciano Biondini, and David Binney have appeared on Salamon's recordings ranging from edgy, jazz-rock and cerebral melodies. ...

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Samo Salamon & Aljosa Jeric Quartet: Mamasaal feat. Mark Turner

Read "Mamasaal feat. Mark Turner" reviewed by Matt Marshall

Don't expect to have your bones rattled by Samo Salamon & Aljosa Jeric Quartet's Mamasaal feat. Mark Turner. It's a subtle, contemplative work, passing with the warm glow of an evening lost to conversation and intoxicants in the likes of the album cover's ornate parlor. At times, Salamon's guitar is breezy, providing ...


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