Percussion improvised to gently bubbling electronics, topped with a cool blue trumpet blown by the son of one of the most important composers of the twentieth century. Blown with Mark Isham`s cinematic melancholy; Hawk`s trouble and Romeo`s dreaming. Everything humming with the resonance of a Tibetan bowl. Eastern drones and strange strings, like Ariel Kalma with his sax replaced by that cool horn. Like Harmonia & Eno, crossed with Miles` “He Loved Him Madly”, or “Sketches Of Spain” moved somewhere more isolated, lost to inner / outer space. Edward Artemiev`s soundtrack for “Stalker”, the solo work of the Far East Family`s Fumio Miyashita, or Stomu Yamash’ta`s meditation on the elements, “Iroha = いろは”, but Jazz, definitely Jazz.
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