Makram Aboul Hosn & Jeremy Siskind | Parallel

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Parallel

by Makram Aboul Hosn & Jeremy Siskind

Written music, subjective interpretations of Jazz standards, and free improvisations. The whole album was recorded in one take as the involved musicians experiment with their creative boundaries.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Debbie's Waltz
Makram Aboul Hosn & Jeremy Siskind
4:27 album only
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2. Intro to Bemsha Swing
Makram Aboul Hosn
1:20 album only
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3. Bemsha Swing
Makram Aboul Hosn
5:32 album only
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4. Free I
Makram Aboul Hosn
1:49 album only
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5. Theme From "Black Orpheus"
Makram Aboul Hosn
6:49 album only
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6. Free II
Makram Aboul Hosn
2:17 album only
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7. All Blues
Makram Aboul Hosn
6:31 album only
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8. Free III
Makram Aboul Hosn
3:14 album only
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9. Body & Soul
Makram Aboul Hosn
6:02 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
On July 6th, 2017, Jeremy and I have dinner in Hamra before heading to the studio - our future plans under our arms. A few days before that, we reach a decision: we are going to make a record together. We reach the studio. We come up with a rough sketch of a set list. We play it, no interruptions to our flow. We do not speak a word throughout the recording session. We play standard tunes, and in between, free style improvisations. The result? As you will hear, standards tainted with a touch of mad freedom, and improvisations aspiring towards structure and discipline. This session’s minimal instrumentation allows us an intense and attentive listening opportunity. We heard each other clearly. No headphones needed! We are free to react and incite as we please. Everything is valid. We do not try to be polite. We do not try to be correct. We insist on creativity and expression, on individuality and mutuality. Thus the Parallel.

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