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Alabaster DePlumeTo Cy & Lee – Instrumentals Vol 1 ... CD
International Anthem, 2020. New Copy ... $11.99
Beautifully meditative music from Alabaster DePlume – a set that brings together work from a variety of recorded projects from the past decade or so – finally getting full exposure in this Transatlantic collaboration between Chicago's International Anthem label and London's Total Refreshment Centre! The sound is a great illustration of the genre-crossing modes that have been going on in both scenes – as Alabaster's music is definitely beyond easy description or definition, and comes across in a way that's as personal as it is collaborative – since DePlume works with a whole host of different musicians on the recordings, mixing flute, percussion, strings, keyboards, and other elements together in a way that follows a spiritual legacy from the more spacey side of Alice Coltrane, to the west coast experiments of Carlos Nino and Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, to the changes taking place on the planet at present. Alabaster plays tenor and guitar, and vocalizes slightly – but never really sings – and titles include "Why Buzzardman Why", "Not My Ask", "Whisky Story Time", "If You're Sure You Want To", "What's Missing", and "Song Of The Foundling". CD

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✨✧ Alabaster DePlumeTo Cy & Lee – Instrumentals Vol 1 ... LP
International Anthem, 2020. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Beautifully meditative music from Alabaster DePlume – a set that brings together work from a variety of recorded projects from the past decade or so – finally getting full exposure in this Transatlantic collaboration between Chicago's International Anthem label and London's Total Refreshment Centre! The sound is a great illustration of the genre-crossing modes that have been going on in both scenes – as Alabaster's music is definitely beyond easy description or definition, and comes across in a way that's as personal as it is collaborative – since DePlume works with a whole host of different musicians on the recordings, mixing flute, percussion, strings, keyboards, and other elements together in a way that follows a spiritual legacy from the more spacey side of Alice Coltrane, to the west coast experiments of Carlos Nino and Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, to the changes taking place on the planet at present. Alabaster plays tenor and guitar, and vocalizes slightly – but never really sings – and titles include "Why Buzzardman Why", "Not My Ask", "Whisky Story Time", "If You're Sure You Want To", "What's Missing", and "Song Of The Foundling". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available To Cy & Lee – Instrumentals Vol 1 ... CD 11.99
 
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On Our Own ClockOn Our Own Clock ... LP
Mushroom Hour Half Hour/Total Refreshment Centre (South Africa), 2021. New Copy Gatefold ... $27.99 29.99
A really border-crossing set from this fantastic collective – a group made up of jazz musicians from London, Johannesberg, and Dakar – working here on sessions recorded in all three of their home cities! The record bears the mark of London's Total Refreshment Centre, and the set definitely has the hallmarks of that genre-bending performance spot – but the sounds at the core are still very much jazz-based, and served up by an array of players that includes Alabaster DePlume on tenor, Siya Makuzeni on trombone, Theon Cross on tuba, Yahael Camara Onono on percussion, Zoe Moelekwa on Wurlitzer piano, Danalogue on electronics, Tebogo Austebza Sedumi on bass, and Mpumelelo Mcata on guitar! Some tracks are instrumentals, others have a bit of vocals – contributions from Nosisis Ngakane and Siya Makuzeni – and the album's got a richly spiritual vibe that does a fantastic job of bringing both the players and the cultures together. Titles include "We Still Building", "Revelation", "Be The Light", "Dune Dance", "808 O'Clock", "Good Are Good", and the three part "How To Make Art In A Pandemic". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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