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Talibam! W/ Silke Eberhard / Nikolaus Neuser: This Week Is In Two Weeks [VINYL]

Label: ESP-Disk
Product Code: 29539
Catalog Code: ESPDISK 5049LP
Country: USA
 
Price: $25.95



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Merging two collaborative free jazz pairings — New York's Talibam! duo of keyboardist Matt Mottel and drummer Kevin Shea with Berlin-based saxophonist Silike Eberhard and trumpeter Nikolaus Neuser, both members of I Am Three — recording in Berlin for two dynamic and far-ranging improvisations of exceptionally creative drive and concepts with unorthodox instrumentation.


Kretzmer / Ajemian / Shea: Until Your Throat is Dry

Label: OutNow Recordings
Product Code: 22153
Catalog Code: ONR026
Country: USA
 
Price: $13.95



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The trio of NY free improvisers Yoni Kretzmer on tenor sax and Kevin Shea on drums (Talibam, Mostly Other People Do the Killing) with bassist Jason Ajemian in an intense album of "immaterial tangibility, the raw flesh, dirty concreteness, thoughtlessness and stuff called music."


Talibam! & Sam Kulik: Discover AtlantASS [CD & Graphic Book]

Label: Belly Kids
Product Code: 15918
Catalog Code: BK2005
Country: Great Britain
 
Price: $17.95



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NY's Talibam! team up with artist graphic artist Sam Kulik to tell the absurd and fantastic story of a young teen named Franklin who gets abducted by a revolutionary jazz fish into the undersea world of Atlantis.


Evans, Peter Quartet: Live in Lisbon

Label: Clean Feed
Product Code: 13038
Catalog Code: CF173
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $14.95



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Trumpeter Evan's Quartet with Ricardo Gallo, Tom Blancarte and Kevin Shea at the 2009 Jazz em Agosto Festival brilliantly restructuring jazz standards into collective compositions.