Paul Van Kemenade & Stevko Busch | Dedication

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Dedication

by Paul Van Kemenade & Stevko Busch

This is the second album after five years which we recorded after lots of concerts in Europe and Russia.
Genre: Jazz: Chamber Jazz
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1. Contemplation 9: For Paris
Paul Van Kemenade & Stevko Busch
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2. Broken Bones
Paul Van Kemenade & Stevko Busch
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3. Follow
Paul Van Kemenade & Stevko Busch
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4. Maya
Paul Van Kemenade & Stevko Busch
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5. The Gate
Paul Van Kemenade & Stevko Busch
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6. One Note Caramba
Paul Van Kemenade
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7. Mode VI
Paul Van Kemenade & Stevko Busch
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8. Contemplation 10: For Paris
Paul Van Kemenade & Stevko Busch
2:47 $0.99
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9. Contemplation 11: For Paris
Paul Van Kemenade & Stevko Busch
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10. Contemplation 12: For Paris
Paul Van Kemenade & Stevko Busch
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11. For Russia with Love 2.0
Paul Van Kemenade & Stevko Busch
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12. Bären Auf Dem Weg
Paul Van Kemenade & Stevko Busch
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13. Shen Khar Venakhi
Paul Van Kemenade & Stevko Busch
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Dutch-German saxophone-piano duo Paul Van Kemenade and Stevko Busch are as international in their outlook as they are in their origins, drawing on influences from ancient Russian liturgical chants and European folksong to the South African jazz hymns of Abdullah Ibrahim or the extraordinary compositions of Amercian drummer Paul Motian.

Much of what they do has a very spontaneous feel but there's always a sense of structure at the music's heart and the soft murmuring of Van Kemenade's saxophone over Busch's rippling appropriation of Abdullah Ibrahim's piano style on the final number was as lovely as For Russia With Love's blend of tart alto explorations and a Soft Machine-like piano ostinato was exciting and invigorating."

Rob Adams on a live performance, heraldscotland (july 1, 2013)

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