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Trygve Seim Sangam
The title — 'coming together' in Sanskrit, sometimes 'the meeting-point of three rivers' — alludes to the mixture here of jazz, contemporary composition and diverse world folk traditions.



Andy Sheppard Movements In Colour
'Elegant saxophone and the strongly-contrasting guitars of Parricelli and Aarset are lifted up by the rhythmic drive of Arild Andersen’s muscular bass and the crisp, dynamic tabla of Kuljit Bhamra.'




Marc Sinan Fasil
A song-cycle life of Aisha, youngest wife of the prophet Mohammed, co-written by the Armenian-German guitarist and Julia Hulsmann, performed together with her trio and Serbian singer Yelena Kuljic.



Sounds And Silence Travels With Manfred Eicher
'A sensual, haunting and reflective road movie that captures the magic of music.' Grafelfing to Athens, Udine to Carthage, Tallinn to Pernes-les-Fontaines, Copenhagen to Salta in Argentina.



Sounds And Silence Music for The Film
Arvo Part, Keith Jarrett, Jan Garbarek, Eleni Karaindrou, Anouar Brahem, Dino Saluzzi, Anja Lechner, Nik Bartsch, Gianluigi Trovesi, Marilyn Mazur and co.



Tomasz Stanko Dark Eyes
With new cohorts from Finland and Denmark — electric bass and guitar bringing a new tension and urgency — this is by turns fierce and hard, swinging and sparse, lyrical and mournful.



Tomasz Stanko Lontano
'The quintessence of experience of sorts. It has some free playing, some reflection, and we also played Komeda's Kattorna. Among my records this is the one I listened to the most after recording.'




Tomasz Stanko Soul Of Things
Beautiful, balladesque quartet album — moody, blue and restrained.



Tomasz Stanko Wislawa
Inspired by the great poet Wislawa Symborska, who died last year. Ace NY quartet. Full of dread and life, tersely sophisticated, imbued with Miles. Monk and Andrew Hill in the pianism. Always recommended, TS.



Bobo Stenson Reflections
With Anders Jormin and Jon Christensen, bass and drums.




Steve Reich Octet, Music For A Large Ensemble, Violin Phase
Two violins, moving slightly apart in tempo during a sixteen-note melody, and back again, out one-sixteenth of a note, in three cycles. Octet and Music explore 'the human breath as the measure of musical duration'.



Craig Taborn Avenging Angel
Engrossing, luminous, abstract pianism from Evan Parker, Roscoe Mitchell cohort.