Neil Pyzer | From the Bush to the Pridelands

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From the Bush to the Pridelands

by Neil Pyzer

\"A Melodic,atmospheric meeting of jazz improvisation and pan-global world music textures. Pyzer\'s soprano saxophone weaves keenly and intelligently through impressions of the Orient, Morroccan market place, Flora and Airto-style Brazilliana and much mor
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\"A Melodic,atmospheric meeting of jazz improvisation and pan-global world music textures. Pyzer\'s soprano saxophone weaves keenly and intelligently through impressions of the Orient, Morroccan market place, Flora and Airto-style Brazilliana and much more besides to create music that manages to stimulate and satisfy the brain as well as soothe tired nerve ends in the chill-out zone.\"- Rob Adams (jazz critic for the Herald- Scotland)


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