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Sumari

by Matt Lavelle, Jack De Salvo & Tom Cabrera

Sumari: Matt Lavelle, Jack DeSalvo and Tom Cabrera. Three post-modern multi-instrumentalist shamans channeling intrepid music extending from jazz into new music and folk and World music.
Genre: Jazz: Chamber Jazz
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1. Seth Dance
Matt Lavelle , Jack De Salvo & Tom Cabrera
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2. Counterparts Are Comparitively Encountered
Matt Lavelle, Jack De Salvo & Tom Cabrera
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3. Scientific Cults and Private Paranoias
Matt Lavelle, Jack De Salvo & Tom Cabrera
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4. Reincarnational Civilizations
Matt Lavelle, Jack De Salvo & Tom Cabrera
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5. Alternate Presents and Multiple Focus
Matt Lavelle, Jack De Salvo & Tom Cabrera
12:41 $0.99
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6. The Gates of Horn
Matt Lavelle, Jack De Salvo & Tom Cabrera
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7. The Nature of Mass Events
Matt Lavelle, Jack De Salvo & Tom Cabrera
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Sumari: Matt Lavelle - trumpet, cornet, flugelhorn, pocket trumpet, alto clarinet, Jack DeSalvo - cello, mandola guitar and Tom Cabrera. - dumbeq, rik, frame drums, bass drum, percussion. Three post-modern multi-instrumentalist shamans channeling intrepid music that extends into jazz, new music, folk and World music.

Matt Lavelle, Jack DeSalvo and Tom Cabrera initiated daily open air improv sessions more than two decades ago. During a lunch at Schlomo's in Nanuet, NY, Cabrera presented Lavelle, then barely out of his teens, with the seminal book Seth Speaks. Both Cabrera and DeSalvo had previously read Seth Speaks and the subsequent volumes by Jane Roberts.

The depth of the young trumpet student's spiritual journey was greatly affected by the book and also eventually prompted bold choices in his career as a jazz musician, improvisor and composer. He would eventually add alto clarinet (and sometimes bass clarinet) as well as the closer family members of the trumpet including flugelhorn, cornet and pocket trumpet. His growth into a master improviser is documented on many recordings including for the Unseen Rain Label.

Drummer and percussionist Tom Cabrera had been a fixture on the Hudson Valley jazz scene already when the trio first got together. Know for swinging various ensembles, Tom had picked up a middle eastern frame drum and began to play it during the trio's daily out door sessions. Tom's career as took him the Orlando with the Julie Lyon Quartet as well as his own trio but his interest in transcultural percussion only grew.

When he returned to New York he immediately got together with Jack DeSalvo to continue where their first duo album left off. Their Unseen rain recordings tell the story of advanced improvisers creating spontaneous, brilliantly sculpted music

DeSalvo, a well-known jazz guitarist performs also on cello, mandola, banjo and other stringed instruments which he contributes to the sound of Sumari.

Sumari, by the way, is mentioned in the Seth Books as a "Federation of consciousness".








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