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Matthew Shipp Mat Walerian Duo - The Uppercut: Live at Okuden (2015)

9-11-2015, 15:24
Music | Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: The Uppercut: Live at Okuden
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 67:19
Total Size: 154 / 295 MB


1. Introduction 5:44
2. Blues for Acid Cold 7:18
3. Jungle Meditation 2:19
4. Free Bop Statement One 2:37
5. Free Bop Statement Two 5:46
6. It's Sick Out There 7:47
7. Love and the Other Species 7:55
8. Peace and Respect 6:06
9. Black Rain 16:19
10. Encore 5:30

Matthew Shipp, the supreme jazz pianist of his generation, and Mat Walerian, the finest Polish jazz woodwind player of his, have combined their talents in concert on several occasions. This album documents one such on May 15, 2012. Shipp hardly needs an introduction at this point thanks to a career of over a quarter century, including not only many acclaimed albums under his own name but also a long and prominent tenure in the David S. Ware Quartet and a vast array of collaborations with the likes of Spring Heel Jack, Ivo Perelman, Sabir Mateen, Darius Jones, Joe Morris, Jemeel Moondoc, and more. Walerian is the younger of the two, and because of that and Americans' myopia about foreign jazz masters, many jazz fans are not as familiar with his work as they are with Shipp's. We think that one listen to this album should convince everyone of the imaginative depth of his musical vision and the likelihood that he will soon be counted among the avant-jazz scene's international stars. Largely self-taught and deeply immersed in Eastern philosophy, his approach to improvisation is unique and compelling.

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Nick Cave   User offline   11 November 2015 19:11

Muchas Gracias !!!!

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