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“Sri Gananatha” is a 15th century Karnatik melody by Purandaradasa performed here in a jazz context. 2010 release “Live in Seattle”

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“Breakout” is an original composition by Pakistani guitarist and music educator Arsalan Pervaiz in collaboration with Lee Redfield, Nigel Bobby and Roberto Morales. The song was recorded in 2014 while Arsalan and Nigel were visiting The University of Texas at Austin as representatives of (NAPA) National Academy of Performing Arts.

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“Almost like being in Love” is a jazz classic originally published in 1947 by Frederick Loewe. 2010 release “Live in Seattle”

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“Sheesha” was produced in 2016 in collaboration with Ali Pervez.

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“Baseraf Sadaraban” is a Turkish melody from the late 19th century by Tanburi Bey performed here in a jazz context. 2010 release “Live in Seattle”

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“Are we all Doomed?” was produced by taking free improvisation as source material and manipulating it digitally into something very different from the original performance. I like to think of this recording as free jazz treated as musique concrete and manipulated into
program music.“Are we all Doomed?” is currently unreleased.

 

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