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✨✧ Ralph BowenStandard Deviation ... CD
Posi tone, 2014. New Copy ... $11.99 17.98
Tenorist Ralph Bowen blows some strong magic here – the kind of tone and timing that really transforms the more familiar numbers chosen for the set – so that older standards are turned inside out and opened up as new vehicles for expression – yet all while still managing to swing! The rhythm trio is tight, but fluid – and features Bill O'Connell on piano, Kenny Davis on bass, and Donald Edwards on drums – yet to our ears, Bowen's the main star on the record – and we've never heard him sounding so powerfully creative! Most tracks have a strong focus from start to finish, but cover a surprising amount of ground – and titles include "Yesterdays", "No Moon At All", "Isn't It Romantic", "Dream Dancing", "By Myself", and "You Stepped Out Of A Dream". CD
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VariousLost Maestros Collection ... LP
Deviation (France), 2000s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $29.99 34.99
A deep dig into the rich world of music from Mali – not the sounds of the mainstream that have gotten big global exposure in recent decades, but instead the more interesting, unusual artists who are still very close to the roots of their scene! Instrumentation here often leads with percussion, then brings in some guitar – and vocals almost always have this wonderfully cascading flow – a sense of inflection that goes beyond the boundaries of language, and has a power to convey feeling at a universal level. The set is beautifully presented – and titles include "Mani Kuru" and "Tchierombaye" by Trio Boy, "Duni" and "Falla" by Zoumana Tereta, "Kabu" and "Salia" by Tambaoura Jazz, "Fantanden" and "Djelale" by Mangala Camara, "So Happy In You" by Labouzou, "Ho Imimouwo" by Tiowa Dembele, "Balanzan 4444" by Labouzou, and "Segou To Yanfolila" by Namakoro Fomba. LP, Vinyl record album

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