Eastern Shadows
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"Eastern Shadows"

 

SLAMCD 581                          BARCODE 5028386701224

 

DIMITAR LIOLEV QUARTET

 

Dimitar Liolev alto sax, Martin Tashev trumpet and flugelhorn, Massimiliano Rolf double bass, Dimitar Semov drums.

 

Young Bulgarian composer and saxophonist Dimitar Liolev aims to mix rhythms and ornaments of Balkan folk and the most authentic jazz idiom, with an impressive avantgarde and creative aproach.

The strong rhythmic Bulgarian heritage and the creative and collective jazz improvisation together create an outstanding and quite unique band on the modern European jazz scene.

Liolev's new cd "Eastern Shadows" following his first album "The other side" (BlueArt, 2012) and the second one "Rhodopology" (Music Clinic Records, 2015) , presents original compositions performed by some of the most well-known musicians of Balkan area, Tashev and Semov. With the international jazz experience of Italian bassist Massimiliano Rolff the music is a constant flow of energy.


Also available through all digital outlets, including:

iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/gb/album/eastern-shadows/id1247405453?app=itunes&at=10l9qC

Amazon: http://amzn.to/2rRZW7u

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/0gAh41Ei3pjsk09tfzTYmo

 

Details Reviews
Detail

Dimitar Liolev Alto Sax

Martin Tashev Trumpet, Flugehorn, Vocals on track 9

Massimiliano Rolff DoubleBass

Dimitar Semov - Drums

 

Tracks:

  1. Four talkers (Liolev, Tashev,  Rolff, Semov) - 04'14"
  2. Day One (Liolev)   05'08"
  3. Filipopolis (Liolev) - 07'20"
  4. New song (Liolev) - 04'50"
  5. Still wondering (Liolev) - 05'56"
  6. Night hope (Rolff) 05'55"
  7. At this moment (Liolev) - 06'16"
  8. Jazz me (Liolev) - 05'09"
  9. Eastern shadows - (Liolev, Tashev,  Rolff, Semov) - 05'52"

 

Recorded and mixed by Konstantin Katsarski at Blubabox Studio, Sofia, Bulgaria on 31 May 2015

Mastered Misjah van der Heiden at 24mastering Studio, Holland



 
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