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DAVE LEIBMAN, tenor & soprano sax, flute
OSCAR STAGNARO, bass
WILLY RODRIGUEZ, drums
PAULO STAGNARO, GABO LUGO & MARCOS LOPEZ, percussion
Recorded January 30, 2014 at the Hirsch Center in Brooklyn, New York.
01. The Drum Thing
03. Kulu Se Mama (Juno Se Mama)
04. Ceremony: Morning
05. Ceremony: Afternoon
06. Ceremony: Evening
07. Tardes de Lindoia
08, Danza del Pajaro
Dave’s beautiful flute, tenor, and soprano sax lines soar over the rhythms played by young virtuosic percussionists throughout this beautifully haunting record. They provide a cultural context evoking the spirit of John Coltrane, particularly in the three opening pieces which were penned by Trane and arranged by Lieb. Along with the Coltrane cuts, the pieces “Danza” and the traditional “Tardes”, also featured are three “Ceremony” pieces Dave calls “Morning” “Afternoon” “Evening” which center around one theme adjusted for each of the chosen modes encased in odd meter bass and drum line.