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Emotional Algebra

Emotional Algebra by Apostolo Kalt Orchestra
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Apostolo Kalt Orchestra

Label: Artway-Technotropon
Released: 2020
Duration: 00:53:00
Views: 275

Track Listing

1. Days of summers past 2. Absence 3. Jamala 4. Caravan of lost souls intro 5. Caravan of lost souls 6. Samaraga suite part I: John's path 7. Samaraga suite part II: Brahmagupta funk 8. Days of summers past (alternate version)


Additional Personnel / Information

String quartet: Kostas Karakatsanis : violin Marios Ivan Papoulias : violin Stella Tempreli : cello Michalis Katachanas : viola Aggeliki Toubanaki : voice (3) Nadi Raj : voice (7)

Album Description

Emotional Algebra is the third personal album of Greek bassist ,composer and arranger Apostolo Kalt (aka Apostolos Kaltsas) and his side project group Apostolo Kalt Orchestra. Whereas in his previous , critically acclaimed works (“Mythotopia”, “Mikrogeios”) he focusses on his songwriting skills , in Emotional Algebra he explores his secret passion for jazz and musical improvisation . Emotional Algebra consists of 6 long instrumental tracks whose style ranges from ambient soundscapes and nostalgic,mediterranean-flavoured melodies to oriental motifs and pure world jazz grooves!His bandmates ,Yiannis Papadopoulos on piano , Dimitris Papadopoulos on trumpet , Yannis Papanastasiou on saxes and Panos Tziniolis on drums are considered to be among the top musicians in contemporary greek jazz scene .Special guests Aggeliki Toubanaki and Nadi Raj feature on vocals .


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