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Stream of Consciousness

Label: Savant Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Stream Of Consciousness; Nirvana; Fear One; Vantage; Black Ice; Wisdom's Path; K-Town.

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Jim Snidero: Stream of Consciousness

Read "Stream of Consciousness" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


The jazz world would likely forgive saxophonist Jim Snidero if he fell prey to artistic stagnation every now and then, but he might not forgive himself. He's kept a steady flow of solo albums coming through the pipeline for a quarter century and, while other artists who are equally prolific find themselves falling back on tired ...

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STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS

Label: Black Saint
Released: 2012
Track listing: 1. God rest ye merry, gentlemen

STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS

2. Preceding/Inner blast (Introduction/Part I)

3. Consequence (Part II)

4. Turning point (Part III)

5. Inside

6. Handshake

All compositions by Carla Marciano except #1 (English traditional elaborated by Alessandsro La Corte)

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Preceding/Inner blast

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Label: Black Saint
Released: 2012
Duration: 11:00

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Carla Marciano Quartet: Stream of Consciousness

Read "Stream of Consciousness" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Si avverte l'influenza di John Coltrane in Stream of Consciousness, l'album firmato dal quartetto capitanato da Carla Marciano. Un'idea non solo musicale, ma di approccio, di spiritualità e modo di plasmare la materia sonora. La leader, che si destreggia sia al sax alto che al sopranino, spiega nelle note di copertina il carattere dell'intera registrazione: un ...


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