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01
Jef Gilson Untitled
01 :45
02
Hermann Gehlen Kyrie
03 :03
03
Palle Mikkelbordg & Radiojazzgruppen Mongolia
03 :28
04
Michel Roques Le Temps
05 :18
05
Babs Robert Pro Forma I
04 :39
06
That's Why Udoyeleg
03 :13
07
Binder Quintet Vasvir√°g
05 :46
09 02 :14
10
Albert Mangelsdorff Sakura Waltz
03 :26
11
Yoki Freund Aisha
03 :48
12
Jan Allan Odins Oga
04 :21
13
Dennis Wiley Barrio Chino
03 :23
14
Full Moon Ensemble Samba Miaou
07 :32
15
Louis Xavier Suite
05 :29
16
Antithesis Haze's Dance
13 :15
ARTIST
TITLE
Spiritual Jazz 3: Europe
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
JMAN 050CD JMAN 050CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
9/11/2012

Esoteric, modal and deep jazz from the European underground, 1963-1972. At the end of the '50s, Miles Davis' Kind of Blue heralded the revelatory arrival of modal jazz. As the vibrations of these giant steps resonated across the world, European jazz musicians reassessed their bearings and began to steer a new course. Across the continent, they sent roots down into the rich soil of the European folk and Christian liturgical traditions, extended their music along ancient routes of communication and trade to the Middle East, and reached across the crumbling ramparts of the European empires to the music of Asia Africa and Latin America. The music collected here follows the richly tangled threads of meditative, modal and religious European jazz, picking up where Spiritual Jazz 2: Europe (JMAN 046CD/LP) left off, with volume 3 continuing our excavation of private releases, underrepresented artists and visionary one-offs that stud the European jazz landscape like standing stones. Just as it had waxed, so the cult of American jazz waned, and these recordings are the compelling documents of a musical world in imaginative transition and virtuoso transformation -- a second trail of determined footprints on the pathways of European jazz. Sublime choral jazz in an ecclesiastical setting, revolutionary sounds deep within the USSR, radical modal experiments inspired by excursions to the Asian continent and Latin America, advances in rhythm and sound where modern jazz combines with Balkan and Scandinavian folk traditions. This is Spiritual Jazz -- European style. All tracks fully licensed and digitally restored from the original master tapes. Includes a 16-page color CD booklet featuring comprehensive liner notes with individual notes on each track and original stories direct from the artists, as well as album cover scans and previously-unpublished photographs.