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Dreamscape

by Barry Wedgle

Bob Amacher-Boudin Andre Mongosh-Tuvan throat singer & egil Barry Wedgle-Guitar Vera Sazhena -Voice Recorded in Moscow, Russia 2001
Genre: Jazz: Cool Jazz
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1. Central Park West
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2. Marbles
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3. Naima
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4. The Mountain
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5. Afro Blue
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6. The Prairie
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7. Giant Steps
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This album is a combination of a quartet from Moscow Russia and duet guitar pieces playing John Coltrane songs recorded in Colorado Springs Colorado at my home then.
The Russian recordings feature;
Andre Mongush-egil and voice (Tuvan Throat Singer)
Vera Sazhena- voice
Bob Amacher-Boudin drum
and my self on flamenco guitar. I was on tour with another project all over Russia and I met these very unique musicians in Moscow. Unique in their originality and unusually Bob and Vera are Shamans in the literal sense. They practce Shamanism as a way of life. Andre is a Tuvan from in and around Kazil, Tuva from a family of sheep herders. It was explained to me that Tuvans are nomads and they have summer and winter homes where they move which happens to be a yurt which is moved as American indians moved their tipis with the seasons. Fences are outlawed in Tuva.
I felt in very good company in the recording studio surrounded be two shamans and Tuvan. Bob arranged the studio and the engineer and I mixed and mastered it. I feel it is such a special event that it needed to be documented. B. W.


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