Sept Cercles

by Ghost Rhythms

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ajatuslapsi
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ajatuslapsi Great jazz find from user Ed Buckley's page. That 23 min title track though... what a journey! Favorite track: Sept Cercles.
jordi raventos
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jordi raventos Recomended for fans of Gondwana Records (Halsall, GoGoPenguin, Mammal Hands). Favorite track: 23rd Hour Screen Music.
Ed Buckley
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Ed Buckley This is REALLY sweet. Jazz that occasionally crosses over to fusion, I hear echoes of an assortment of influences. The interplay between flute and sax on a couple of tracks is delightful. The title track is a monster, both compositionally and in size. This is highly recommended. I've no favorite, but leave the 3rd track up as being representative. Found on Dillon's page, I gather thanks should also go to Carlos Romeo. Favorite track: La Chose.
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Dillon Ethier A descriptive challenge- allow me to take a stab: this is essentially jazz that leans towards prog from multiple directions. On one hand I hear a sort of retro prog influence, but there are more interesting rhythms worked in that sound more characteristic of modern prog/ jazz. Awesome stuff, highly recommended! Found on Carlos Romeo's feed.

Yes Ed, REALLY sweet indeed :-) Favorite track: Sept Cercles.
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«All movement is accomplished in six stages ; and the seventh brings return.» I Ching, Chapter 24.


A travel through time perception, and an encounter with the ghosts of things to come.

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released April 26, 2012

Guillaume Aventurin : guitare, voix
Sonia Bricout : voix
Julien Bigorgne : flûte
Nicolas Chambon : trompette
Xavier Gélard : batterie, guitare, voix, percussions
Karsten Hochapfel : guitare (5)
Grégory Kosovski : basse, voix
Camille Petit : claviers, voix, percussions
Didier Priem : sax alto
David Rousselet : sax ténor

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