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Mindstream

by Alexey Kozlov & Arsenal

A new album of a living legend of Russian jazz and his famous bans recorded in new world, ECM and funky fusion styles.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Lotus Nectar
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2. Ay-Sindrome
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3. Alay Bazaar
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4. Vanishing Cast
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5. Last Glance
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6. Day Before Yesterday
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7. Trane Samba
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8. On the Eve of the Coming
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9. Invisible Shadow
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10. Ivy League Waltz
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11. Mind Stream
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The album is arranged as a purposely absurd array of styles, I would say by rules of surrealism. There was a joke about this art style: ”And my suricate’s with me” (a humorous analogy with a famous song “And my marmot and me”)... and the entire album has a lot in common with that suricate. Besides the compositions recorded in new world, ECM or funky fusion styles you may hear sound of a string quartet, a computer phonogram in late Joe Zawinul style, poems by Nicolay Oleynikov, a poet from OBERIU group, and a song from the far pre-war past in the album author’s performance.

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