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Ashley Paul - White Night album download

Ashley Paul - White Night album download

Ashley Paul
White Night
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Ashley Paul (2) ‎– White Night. Label: Cassauna ‎– SAUNA21. Format: Cassette, Mini-Album. Music By – Ashley Paul (2). Percussion – Eli Keszler (tracks: B1). Saxophone, Clarinet, Guitar, Strings, Percussion, Voice – Ashley Paul (2). Trumpet – Greg Kelley (tracks: B3). Recommendations.

Here’s an admirable artistic philosophy, Whether you play the clarinet or roll around in colors and use your naked body as an urban paintbrush: I just hope the world comes to me as opposed to the other way around, because I’m gonna just keep on doing what I d. .Ashley Paul said that verbatim in an interview that we did with her back in 2013; at the time, the Brooklynite was embracing the novel experience of recently having toured in Europe for the first time. Her music up until that point had been consciously personal take on singer-songwriting

Label: Cassauna ‎– SAUNA21 Type: Cassette, Mini-Album Country: US Date of released: 2014 Category: Jazz Style: Avant-garde Jazz, Free Improvisation. Ashley Paul - White Night MP3 version.

Ashley Paul – White Night (Important Records, Cassauna series, SAUNA21). Ashley Paul’s latest release, before her upcoming full-length album on Important Records, is a cassette containing six songs. The Brooklyn-based new face on the avant-garde circuit has become quite prolific. Here she uses the cassette medium to create what seems like a suite in two parts, the songs tied together by explorations of loss and determination to find what has been lost

American composer/performer Ashley Paul celebrates the release of new album, Lost In Shadows, on Slip – an expansive, deeply personal excavation of recent motherhood, told through songs dissolving and re-crystallising at the threshold of free improvisation. At the LP's heart is Paul's mercurial multi-instrumental style, which renders the primal wails, clunks, and twangs of clarinet, saxophone, percussion, and guitar uncannily melodic, alchemised by frank, vulnerable vocals