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Part V - John Escreet - Sound, Space And Structures (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Part V - John Escreet - Sound, Space And Structures (CD, Album)

  1. Samushicage
    His prolific output is reflected over the course of 6 diverse and critically acclaimed albums - the most recent being Sound, Space and Structures which partners his working Trio (with John Hébert on bass and Tyshawn Sorey on drums) with the iconic free-jazz saxophonist Evan Parker.
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  2. Kigaramar
    May 09,  · Sound, Space and Structures, out May 13, through Sunnyside Records, is temporal, visceral, and unpredictable; things that are achieved in different ways. First, those duos: “Part I” is an Escreet/Sorey collision, with Escreet’s two fisted attack on the ivories calls to .
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  3. Malak
    Escreet had recorded with this ensemble before for their Sound, Space and Structures release in and, though Escreet had managed to perform with the group in a couple of single performances, this was the first time they had been on the road as a unit.
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  4. Shamuro
    Early in British pianist John Escreet was touring Europe with his regular trio with bassist John Hebert and drummer Tyshawn Sorey, when they had the opportunity to meet up and perform with legendary British avant-garde saxophonist Evan Parker (with whom Escreet and trio had previously recorded an album in ).
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  5. Feshakar
    John Escreet Sound, Space and Structures SSC buy CD buy Download iTunes buy Download (other formats) Spotify. Track List: listen. Part I - Part II - Part III - Part IV - Part V - Part VI - Part VII - Part VIII - Part IX - Musicians: John Escreet - piano.
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  6. Akirisar
    Nov 18,  · Escreet's previous releases include Consequences (Posi-Tone), Don't Fight the Inevitable (Mythology), The Age We Live In (Mythology), Exception to the Rule (Criss Cross), Sabotage and Celebration (Whirlwind), Sound, Space and Structures (Sunnyside), and "The Unknown" (Sunnyside). "The album is heavily electronic," Escreet explained.
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  7. Faeramar
    There are but two tracks, "Part One" which is just over forty-five minutes and "Part Two" which is just under thirty minutes and which has audience reaction after it finishes. Each is a virtual journey via sound through space and time, creating living and breathing structures which .
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  8. Meztishura
    Filename P:\DL\John Escreet - Sound, Space and Structures () [FLAC]\04 - Part idesscenbipeasersuririwhosuma.xyzinfo Pre-gap length Peak level % Extraction speed X Track quality % Test CRC 2FB5B6FD Copy CRC 2FB5B6FD Track not present in AccurateRip database Copy OK Track 5 Filename P:\DL\John Escreet - Sound, Space and Structures () [FLAC]\
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