Nirguna by Francois Carrier buy album

Francois Carrier

Label: Fundacja Słuchaj
Released: 2019
Duration: 140 minu
Views: 82

Track Listing

Disk 1. 1. Saguna 37:43 2. Jivatma 13:16 Disk 2. 3. Paramatma 35:03 4. Nirguna 15:53


Francois Carrier
Francois Carrier

saxophone, alto

Additional Personnel / Information

François Carrier alto sax Alexander Hawkins piano John Edwards acoustic bass Michel Lambert drums

Album Description

Powerfull and complete preformance from thunder quartet lead by Canadian great saxophonist Francois Carrier feat. one of the finests European young piano virtuoso Alexander Hawkins, one of the most demanded bass player on free/improv scene John Edwards and marvelous drummer Michel Lambert. All muzic recorded live in legendary London based club VORTEX.


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