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Unsayable Absence: Live at the Blue Whale

Unsayable Absence: Live at the Blue Whale by Dan Rosenboom buy album

Dan Rosenboom

Label: Orenda Records
Released: 2013
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Track Listing

Tadodaho; Espionage; Not Loving Is A Letting Go; Ideology; A Great Need; Unsayable Absence; Catharsis

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Dan Rosenboom; Gavin Templeton; Jon Armstrong; Brian Walsh; Rory Cowal; Hamilton Price; Matt Mayhall

Album Description

"Unsayable Absence" is an exploration of cross-genre pollination over the backdrop of jazz; an experiment in stretching to the edge of the universe with one foot on the ground; a testament to the soul. The phrase "Unsayable Absence" is taken from a Rumi poem entitled "Listening." This poem is appropriately inscribed on the ceiling of the Blue Whale directly above the stage. For me the "unsayable absence" is the space in one's heart that opens when ego is purged - a space where the energy of the universe can enter, grow, and ultimately transport one to a higher state of consciousness.


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