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OORT: Meridian

Label: Tour de Bras
Product Code: 31964
Catalog Code: TBD9052cd
Country: Canada
 
Price: $15.95



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Each track of the Meridian, or Eastern desert land's traditional noon-time middle of the day, represents various stages, chronologically understood, of the day of an ανθρωπός (human), represented through deep double bass, drums, objects and electronics from Turin, Italy improvisers Michele Anelli and Nicholas Remondino.


Barnes / Jerman / Nordwall: The Oortcloud [It Wasn't Until Weeks Later] [VINYL]

Label: STELLAGE
Product Code: 31942
Catalog Code: STELLAGE016
Country: Russia
 
Price: $19.95



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A performance in Gothenburg, Sweden as part of the contemporary acoustic and electronic society Geiger in their monthly public recording "Geiger Sessions", by sound artists Tim Barnes, Jeph Jerman, and Joachim Nordwall, in a concert of rich and highly textured noise, referencing the astronomical Öpik-Oort cloud described by Dutch astronomer Jan Oort.


Voort4: Stroming

Label: Creative Sources
Product Code: 27296
Catalog Code: cs588
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $15.95



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The Netherlands quartet of Martin Tervoort on tenor & soprano saxophones and bass clarinet, Bert Kleijn on drums, Fons Sluijter on cello, and Bennie Timmer on guitars, in collective improvisation influenced by jazz, blues, salsa, pop, free improv and modern compositional music.


Chiesa / Mariage: Oort

Label: Creative Sources
Product Code: 15038
Catalog Code: CS185
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $15.95



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Spacious improvisations from the French duo of guitarist Jean-Sebastien Mariage and double bassist David Chiesa, slowly unfolding discussions of subtle nuance and contemplative colors.