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Gamma Ray - Matthew Shipp - One (CD, Album)

On 27.08.2019 by Akinozragore With 1 Comments - DEFAULT


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    Mezikinos 30.08.2019
    The first-ever solo album from Matthew Shipp – a set that came as quite a revelation back in the 90s, and one that still sounds incredibly solid all these many years later! Shipp reveals himself as a very fresh voice on his instrument – a musician who grew up in a generation already aware of the freedoms of Cecil Taylor and the European scene – but one who also has a sense of tone and.
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    Kazshura 04.09.2019
    Matthew Shipp: Invisible Touch music CD album at CD Universe, Shipp's stated aim is that rarefied realm where verbal and written descriptors fail, subsumed by. Gamma Ray: 6: Piece Within Piece: 7: Tenderly: 8: Monk's Nightmare: 9: Blue In Orion: Matthew Shipp: Invisible Touch CD music Other Ideas. Other Ideas.
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    Tygosar 02.09.2019
    One, an album by Matthew Shipp on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
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    Mezit 05.09.2019
    The 12 tracks that make up One, Matthew Shipp's first solo piano outing since 's Songs on the Splasc(h) label, amount to a new kind of recital for the pianist. Two of his major influences on the instrument, Cecil Taylor and Mal Waldron, make their traces heard in terms of Shipp's architecture, but never do they become dominant. There is a kind of economy of scale that goes into these 8/
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    Tumuro 05.09.2019
    Matthew Shipp: One by Nic Jones, published on January 17, Find thousands reviews at All About Jazz!
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    Aragal 30.08.2019
    The music bleeds into the Shipp signature piece "Gamma Ray," which mashes Leonard Bernstein's West Side Story into the angular style of Thelonious Monk. With the bass of Bisio, Shipp has found his chimeric twin, who shares much of the pianist's DNA, as the .
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    Meramar 05.09.2019
    After 14 discs in less than a decade, pianist Matthew Shipp has announced a midcareer "retirement", claiming his "opus is complete." For fans of Shipp's dense, angular piano impressionism, DNA signals an artistic halt from the pianist of the avant-garde. For his swan song, Shipp has chosen to record with his longtime collaborator, bassist William Parker, whose sympathetic playing has graced a Missing: Gamma Ray.
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    Nara 30.08.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Invisible Touch At Taktlos Zürich on Discogs.

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