Natural Lateral - Tapestry Of Life | FAMS COALITION


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Tapestry Of Life
Artist: Natural Lateral
Format: Vinyl


Label: Social Joy
Rel. Date: 01/27/2023
UPC: 5050580790230

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2. Rendez-Rio (6:52)
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4. Tom's Tumbao (Feat. Chip Wickham) (5:13)
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6. Houdini's Notes (9:032)
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8. Locked Up (4:54)
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10. Konus - Konusma (Speak - Don't Speak) (6:16)
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12. Amber's Garden (Feat. Tamar Osborn) (6:02)

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Social Joy Records presents Natural Lateral's new album 'Tapestry of life', a superb excursion in fusion jazz with a wonderful blend of electronics and subtle elements of spiritual Jazz.Undeniably on the rise after the success of their first album, 'Cogito Ergo Jam', which received support from the British Jazz scene and was featured on Gilles Peterson's BB6 broadcast, the North London Based collective goes a step further this time by carefully crafting a new release of a tapestry of music stemming from rich jam sessions at the Lazy Robot Studio and representing the band's phenomenal musical canvas. Echoing jazz legends like Azymuth, Roy Ayers, Alice Coltrane and Miles Davis by paying tribute to those who paved the way but always searching for new musical territories, this six-track LP is moving, thought-provoking and engaging. It is a musical questing where each band member searches for meaning through sounds and rhythms - giving a new life to Jazz music and dropping the full spectrum of a vibrant tapestry of life into the listener's ears.The band's work ethic is based on a sense of freedom in the studio filled with live jam sessions where it's all about 'catching a moment' and letting the inspiration flow. 'We just want to feel a sense of freedom and connection through playing. In the studio, it's the music which connects us all, and we just want to allow that process to unfold'.

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