Rampersaud Shaw Neal Martin Krakowiak | Halcyon Science 130410

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Halcyon Science 130410

by Rampersaud Shaw Neal Martin Krakowiak

Halcyon Science 130410 (Barnyard br0323), features the electroacoustic improvisation quintet of Evan Shaw (alto saxophone), Nicole Rampersaud (trumpet), Jean Martin (drums and laptop), Wes Neal (double bass), and Tomasz Krakowiak (percussion).
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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1. Halcyon Science
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2. 0110011
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3. Take Me to Your Leader
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4. What Is It You Are Looking
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5. Dirigible
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6. Six The
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7. Little Bird Told Me So
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Halcyon Science 130410 (Barnyard br0323), features the electroacoustic improvisation quintet of Evan Shaw (alto saxophone), Nicole Rampersaud (trumpet), Jean Martin (drums and laptop), Wes Neal (double bass), and Tomasz Krakowiak (percussion). This studio recording is made up of intelligent and inspired compositions by Shaw and Rampersaud, and deft ensemble improvisations that draw on the lateral influence of science fiction as readily as they do that of their most obvious (but far from sole) musical forbear, jazz.


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