Kerem Gorsev | Therapy

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Therapy

by Kerem Gorsev

Recording of original compositions with Philharmonia Orchestra of London conducted by Alan Broadbent and featuring Ernie Watts
Genre: Jazz: Orchestral Jazz
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1. Letter to Mimaroglu
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2. Storyteller
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3. Sunday
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4. Therapy
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5. Meeting Point
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6. Back Home II
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7. Diversion
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8. Captivation
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9. Simple Life
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10. Flash Back ( In Memory of Bebop)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Therapy is recorded at Abbey Road Studios with Philharmonia Orchestra of London, conducted by Alan Broadbent in 2010. The album features ten compositions by Kerem Görsev. Musicians on the album include Ernie Watts (tenor saxophone), Kağan Yıldız (doublebass) , Ferit Odman (drums).

"After listening to Kerem Görsev’s music for the first time, I had asserted myappreciation in an article of praise, featured in Cumhuriyet Newspaper.Ever since that day I have listened to almost all of his CD’s..Here is his latest CD... Today I perceive that after all these years I have not been mistaken in admiring Kerem’s music... Competence , technically prominent , genuine love of music , superb orchestration..... An exquisite music feast." - Ilhan Mimaroglu

"It is a real beauty of a recording – the music is stunning and the arrangements touching and it is very well performed." - Wulf Muller

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