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Notturni

Label: Space Echo
Released: 2021
Track listing: Nightfall; Evening Lights; Where Are You; In The Middle Of The Darkness; Triptych Of The Deep; At The End Of The Night; Morning Star; Dawn.

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Meroli: Notturni

Read "Notturni" reviewed by Chris May


Jazz has a great track record when it comes to film scores. Standouts include Miles Davis' soundtrack for Louis Malle's Ascenseur Pour L'échafaud (1958), Charles Mingus' for John Cassavetes' Shadows (1959) and Krzysztof Komeda's for Roman Polanski's Knife In The Water (1962). There are dozens more, particularly from the 1950s and 1960s, before rock became the ...

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The Invisible Session: Echoes Of Africa

Read "Echoes Of Africa" reviewed by Chris May


It is surely no coincidence that the Ishtar family of labels— tagline “Modern Sounds from Italy"—is based in Milan, that most stylish and go-ahead of Italian cities. New imprint Space Echo's launch release is The Invisible Session's sophomore album, Echoes Of Africa, and it slots right into Ishtar's sophisticated aesthetic, which exists at the intersection of ...

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Echoes Of Africa

Label: Space Echo
Released: 2021
Track listing: From Lagos to Addis Ababa; West Island; Ideas Can Make The World; Hearing The Call; Pull The Handbrake; Journey To The East; People All Around The World Can Make It; Mother Forgive Us; BreatheThe Rhythm; Entoto; From Lagos To Addis Ababa (Extended).


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