Simon Kiselicki Group | Levitation

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Levitation

by Simon Kiselicki Group

Levitation possesses the authentic odd rhythms characteristic of the Balkan area, and for Kiselicki builds a 'creative uncertainty' which inspires, secures and encourages unlimited possibilities of expressions via the melody, alongside an unlimited space for the development of the groove. The essence of the album is polyrhythm, and hence listeners will find themselves intrigued by the unpredictability of music, and learn to expect the unexpected.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Logician
6:23 $2.50
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2. Play on a Green Field
5:14 $2.50
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3. Pictures of the Index Print
7:07 $2.50
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4. Uapa Me Reptil
10:46 $2.50
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5. Levitation
12:17 $2.50
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6. Pajdusko
4:39 $2.50
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7. The Bolero Go Slow
12:37 $2.50
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Levitation possesses the authentic odd rhythms characteristic of the Balkan area, and for Kiselicki builds a 'creative uncertainty' which inspires, secures and encourages unlimited possibilities of expressions via the melody, alongside an unlimited space for the development of the groove. The essence of the album is polyrhythm, and hence listeners will find themselves intrigued by the unpredictability of music, and learn to expect the unexpected.

Simon Kiselicki is a Macedonian jazz pianist, composer and arranger considered "one of the most influential personalities on the Macedonian jazz stage". He has released seven albums, composed, performed and arranged for other musicians' albums and projects, created an audio/video production, performed in some of the biggest European festivals and has performed across the world as a solo artist and with his group.

Simon's style, unique in the jazz scene and representative of his culture, is recognised around the world, and his concerts are "sensitive, vigorous, emotional, empathetic and other expressions are just part of the marvellous journey Simon takes us through..."

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