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Phronimos, an improvisation

by sabrina siegel

Improvised free music performed on the extended electric guitar. Inventive, sensitve, and unusual 58.08 min of playing cut into six tracks .
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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1. 11:21
11:21 album only
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2. 09:49
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3. 14:26
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4. 04:48
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5. 06:46
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6. 10:52
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Will Grant

this music opens new possibilities of listening and feeling
carefully creepy,thoughtful,disturbing,unfamiliar yet comforting, this music is like a David Lynch soap opera seen backwards on a slow train of primordial awareness. Shadows brighten and scintillate, half-formed Kafka-esque creatures ponder and roil. This music peels back every form of conventional smugness and opens new possibilities of listening and feeling.
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Will Grant

this music opens new possibilities of listening and feeling
carefully creepy,thoughtful,disturbing,unfamiliar yet comforting, this music is like a David Lynch soap opera seen backwards on a slow train of primordial awareness. Shadows brighten and scintillate, half-formed Kafka-esque creatures ponder and roil. This music peels back every form of conventional smugness and opens new possibilities of listening and feeling.
Read more...