Edward Vesala Ode to The Death of Jazz

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Posted by SuniR at July 30, 2016
Edward Vesala - Ode to the Death of Jazz (1990)

Edward Vesala - Ode to the Death of Jazz (1990)
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Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Modern Creative | Label: ECM Records, ECM 1413 | 1990 | 0:56:25

If jazz is a body, then Edward Vesala is its ligament of fascination. Flexing and creaking with the passage of emotion into life and life into silence, the drummer’s disarming soundscapes never fail to intrigue, to say something potent and new. In spite of its tongue-in-cheek title (I cannot imagine Vesala trying to make a grand statement here), Ode To The Death Of Jazz is, strangely, one of his more uplifting exercises in sonic production.
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