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The Destructive Element

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Swimming, Then Rained Out
Artist: Angelica Sanchez, Ellery Eskelin, Harris Eisenstadt, Harris Eisenstadt September Trio
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Additives
Artist: Angelica Sanchez, Ellery Eskelin, Harris Eisenstadt, Harris Eisenstadt September Trio
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From Schoenberg, Pt. 1
Artist: Angelica Sanchez, Ellery Eskelin, Harris Eisenstadt, Harris Eisenstadt September Trio
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Back and Forth
Artist: Angelica Sanchez, Ellery Eskelin, Harris Eisenstadt, Harris Eisenstadt September Trio
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Ordinary Weirdness
Artist: Angelica Sanchez, Ellery Eskelin, Harris Eisenstadt, Harris Eisenstadt September Trio
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The Destructive Element
Artist: Angelica Sanchez, Ellery Eskelin, Harris Eisenstadt, Harris Eisenstadt September Trio
2:36
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Cascadia
Artist: Angelica Sanchez, Ellery Eskelin, Harris Eisenstadt, Harris Eisenstadt September Trio
6:48
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From Schoenberg, Pt. 2
Artist: Angelica Sanchez, Ellery Eskelin, Harris Eisenstadt, Harris Eisenstadt September Trio
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Here Are the Samurai
Artist: Angelica Sanchez, Ellery Eskelin, Harris Eisenstadt, Harris Eisenstadt September Trio
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Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 49:35

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Beautiful music

thirdpol

One of my favourite recent albums by a very powerful, subtle trio. (See my review of September Trio, the same band's first album). The mood is quiet and lyrical, the individual pieces often movingly melodic without becoming too pretty. Eskelin can burn it up, but here and on the other album he settles into a slower and more reflective kind of playing and he's really good at it (as are Mark Turner or JD Allen, in their different ways). The music isn't, however, wintry ambient work of the sort that ECM can often get out of their artists, it's knottier than that. This is fine 21st century jazz