Joelle Leandre | Live in Israel

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Live in Israel

by Joelle Leandre

Improvised music
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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1. Solo 1
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2. Solo 2
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3. Solo 3
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4. Solo 4
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5. Solo 5
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6. Solo 6
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7. Solo 7
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8. Sextet 1
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9. Sextet 2
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10. Sextet 3
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11. Sextet 4
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12. Trio 1
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13. Trio 2
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14. Trio 3
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15. Duo 1
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16. Duo 2
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Joelle Leandre Live in Israel,double cd November 2007

7 improvised music bass solo

4 sextet improvisations with Assif Tsahar, Haggai Fershtman, Daniel Sarid, Albert Beger, Ariel Shibolet

4 trio improvisations with JC Jones and Steve Horenstein
2 duo improvisations with Sameer Makhoul


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Luc Gauthier

risky business
This is not easy listening. Yet, it's rewarding all the way. To the Léandre fan, the solo improvisations will not be so new. Yet, they are interesting. What is more interesting is the second cd. The duets with Makhoul are simply beautiful. Slow, soft beauty emerging out of nothing. The sound of Horenstein on baryton saxophon is also enormous. And gorgeous. The novelty here lies in the fact that Léandre has accustomed us to playing with soprano saxophones for instance, a totally different kind of universe. As for the sextet improvisation, just do as I do: dig into them. You'll find something. Like peace and serenity. Strange as it may be.