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Night Logic

CD (Item 860443) Rogue Art (France), 2010 — Condition: Used
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(€10.16 || £9.08 || ¥1352) (approx.)

Arkestra legend Marshall Allen steps out here in bold trio formation – working with Matthew Shipp and Joe Morris on a set of sinister, sharp-edged improvisations! Allen plays both flute and alto – plus an EVI (electronic valve instrument), which comes off with some very cool sounds – and given the strength of Matthew Shipp's piano and Joe Morris' bass work, the trio already has some pretty strong grounding even before the reeds come into the mix. There's a rawness to Shipp's choices that we really like – almost a bit more than some of his own recent recordings – and titles include "Harmonic Quanta", "New Age For The Milk Sea Nightmare", "Heart Aura", "Night Logic", "A Bow In The Cloud", and "Ark Of The Harmonic Covenant".  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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