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Catherine Sikora & Christopher Culpo | The Spectral Life of Things

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The Spectral Life of Things

by Catherine Sikora & Christopher Culpo

Catherine Sikora on the saxophone and Christopher Culpo on the piano present us a recording which is open to interactions and operate clearly by being responsive to one another’s gestures and, sometimes, musical provocations. —Fotis Nikolakopoulos
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Angry Party
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2. Twisters
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3. The Spectral Life of Things
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4. Maturity Points
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5. Sparkling Aggregations
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6. Space for Lines
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7. After Lunch
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Album Notes
The music of Christopher Culpo and Catherine Sikora has been described as open and responsive, their musical lines being cohesive and together yet springing into unexpected directions. Ideas diverge and then converge, filled with surprise and humour. In sum: free and fresh.
The Spectral Life of Things was recorded in one afternoon in Paris, while artist Anne Graaff did a series of beautiful paintings, one of which is the cover art for the album.

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