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Front cover of the album NIGHT LOGIC
Single CD
15,00 €

MARSHALL ALLEN - MATTHEW SHIPP - JOE MORRIS

NIGHT LOGIC

Marshall Allen
Joe Morris
Matthew Shipp

“There is a logic to night: the only path that allows us to view those stars nakedly and these musicians have surely taken us closer toward that path.”


Marshall Allen: alto saxophone, flute, EVI (electronic valve instrument)
Matthew Shipp: piano
Joe Morris: double bass


Ark of the Harmonic Covenant (5:41)
Bow in the Cloud (8:05)
Night Logic (8:04)
Heart Aura (4:11)
Star Dust Splatter (9:41)
Cosmic Hammer (6:27)
Particle Physics (7:53)
Harmonic Quanta (8:11)
New Age For the Milk Sea Nightmare (9:45 ) Play Res X (2:07)

All compositions by Marshall Allen, Matthew Shipp & Joe Morris

Recorded on July 26th by Jim Staley at Roulette, New York, NY, USA
Mixed by Jim Staley
Mastering: Jean-Pierre Bouquet at L’autre Studio, Vaires-sur-Marne, France
Liner Notes: Steve Dalachinsky
Photographs: Matthew Somoroff
Cover Design: Max Schoendorff
Cover Realisation: David Bourguignon
Executive producer: Michel Dorbon

...we need what this music brings us – an infusion of LIFE & the ability to see/hear things a bit differently through the same set of ears in the same galaxy but with a slightly warped astronomy – mixed with a bit of astrology & star plotting – yes new stars form every day & older stars (Allen now well over 80) burn brighter than ever before...
...He wears a t-shirt that says Dream Team & all I can think of at that moment is  > Yes that’s it. That’s what this trio is a Dream Team. A true Dream Team traveling their own ripple-odious Space Way through breath & pitch using their own brand of perspective to box their way out of the box we call Music…  
...Yet there is a logic to night, it being the only path that allows us to view those stars   nakedly & these musicians have surely taken us closer toward that path.
Steve Dalachinsky, excerpt from the liner notes

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