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Temporal Analogues of Paradise

Label: Bardo Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: First Movement; Second Movement

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Hellborg/Lane/Sipe (Apt. Q258): Temporal Analogues of Paradise

Read "Temporal Analogues of Paradise" reviewed by Todd S. Jenkins

Temporal Analogues of Paradise was originally issued in 1996, it stood the fusion world on its ear. The uncanny melodicism of the three performers--Jeff Sipe being the most surprising--set a new standard for electric improvisation. Jonas Hellborg has now remastered the disc and reissued it on his own label, brightening up the sound for an even ...

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Jonas Hellborg, Shawn Lane, Jeff Sipe: Temporal Analogues of Paradise

Read "Temporal Analogues of Paradise" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

One could conceivably reason that Jonas Hellborg's Temporal Analogues of Paradise was merely a retro exercise in mid-'70s flabby musical excess, as the live release, recorded in Europe in 1995, includes only two, 25-minute plus pieces. Having listened to hours of such music, I would characterize this disc a bit differently. These two long pieces come ...

Temporal Analogues Of Paradise

Label: Atrium
Released: 1996


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