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In Praise of Dreams - Sayers arrangement

Clivey

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Hi Just listened to your stuff and was impressed with both the production and the playing.

I always like it when you click on something and you get a little tickled by something a wee bit different. I hope you continue to post your stuff on the site
:mrcool
 

rudjarl

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Thank's for posting. You have done a great version of one of the few Garbarek tunes that is actually pleasant to the ear (in my opinion).
 

Yanisaxaddict

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Isn't that one of the main reason why we have music Clivey :) I'm glad you enjoyed, I'll be posting more original stuff in the future. Thanks again,

Rgds,

Yanisaxaddict
 

kevgermany

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Sorry I didn't get a chance to listen before.

Very impressive.

Not going to persuade me to like/listen to JG, though.
 

Yanisaxaddict

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Nice one Kev, thank you .. p.s. I love that quote, "Man is limited by his fears, not his imagination" So true! I'm going to have to steal this for my fb :)
 

TomMapfumo

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As a proud owner of 27 of his albums/CDs I found it really enjoyable to listen to, despite no viola! I was pleased that my Saxscape Uptown Live mpc produces an excellent vibe on Tenor. A production to be proud of, I would say.

I enjoy the slightly lighter texture than in the original which makes it less church like in its setting and with a different meditative quality to my mind. Garbarek's tenor playing is a little underrated in my view. Agreed - he is a brilliant musician, and a good example of a self taught sax player!
 
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