Blaise Siwula, Armando Merid Martin & Edgar Caamal | Mérida Encuentro Songs of Deception

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Mérida Encuentro Songs of Deception

by Blaise Siwula, Armando Merid Martin & Edgar Caamal

Spontaneously composed music in a group improvisation with definite Jazz influences and sonic explorations in an acoustic setting.
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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1. Deceit
Blaise Siwula, Armando Merid Martin & Edgar Caamal
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2. Desire
Blaise Siwula, Armando Merid Martin & Edgar Caamal
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3. Design
Blaise Siwula, Armando Merid Martin & Edgar Caamal
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4. Defence
Blaise Siwula, Armando Merid Martin & Edgar Caamal
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5. Determination
Blaise Siwula, Armando Merid Martin & Edgar Caamal
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6. Duplicity
Blaise Siwula, Armando Merid Martin & Edgar Caamal
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7. Decoy
Blaise Siwula, Armando Merid Martin & Edgar Caamal
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8. Dissention
Blaise Siwula, Armando Merid Martin & Edgar Caamal
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9. Derivation
Blaise Siwula, Armando Merid Martin & Edgar Caamal
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This is the second release from Mérida, MX recorded in a casa on Calle 58 from Blaise Siwula flutes/clarinets/saxophones, Armando Merid Martin acoustic guitar and Edgar Caamal drums/percussion.
Gregory Applegate Edwards states it clearly in his May 17th, 2016 review -"There is a special sort of laid-back introspection to this set. Not that it doesn't have energy at times, but it also has a kind of mutual reflectiveness, an avant freedom that explores possibilities more than it insists on performative presence, though that is there. But there is a threesome of searching for its own sake, experimental ways to get to where they want to go that make for a understated yet mutually reinforcing kind of three-way. And I just love what Blaise is doing on the clarinet. Armando and Edgar give us some well conceived dialoging that does much to make this session so mood-open.It's the sort of music where you need to get on the plane of the trio to fully engage with it. Once you do there is much to fascinate and appreciate. Another good one! A different one! A worthy one!"

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