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Levitation Orchestra serene on Life Is Suffering/Send And Receive Love Only

In the spiritual domain cast your minds back first to late-2019 and Inexpressible Infinity. Then, right up to the moment, on 'Life Is Suffering / Send And Receive Love Only' and streaming from the remarkable Levitation Orchestra moving to a new …

Published: 2 Jul 2021. Updated: 21 days.

In the spiritual domain cast your minds back first to late-2019 and Inexpressible Infinity. Then, right up to the moment, on 'Life Is Suffering / Send And Receive Love Only' and streaming from the remarkable Levitation Orchestra moving to a new home on top-for-sound jazz-indie Gearbox the release of Illusions & Realities isn't however until late-October. There's a certain all-pervading serenity that lifts this all up factoring in a spine-tingling vocal that's all part of the spell and appeal. Levitation Orchestra photo: Gearbox/Bandcamp

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Joe Barbieri, Niente Di Grave (Nothing Serious) ****

From Tratto da Una Storia Vera ('Based on a True Story') ‘Niente Di Grave’ ('Nothing Serious') is the second single from the album by Italian jazz singer-songwriter Joe Barbieri. And this one features the great cellist from Brazil, Jaques …

Published: 2 Jul 2021. Updated: 21 days.

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From Tratto da Una Storia Vera ('Based on a True Story') ‘Niente Di Grave’ ('Nothing Serious') is the second single from the album by Italian jazz singer-songwriter Joe Barbieri. And this one features the great cellist from Brazil, Jaques Morelenbaum. Barbieri describes ’Niente Di Grave’ as ''a liturgy, an inner lament in a desperate attempt to exorcise that piece of the soul that perhaps will never find a solution”. Lush and romantic it's more upbeat and sensuous than that description suggests, the title gives a clue however. Morelenbaum's gorgeous tone flung against the softly sung lyrics and purring samba beat comes over like ambrosia and proves an immaculate match for Barbieri's tender, highly persuasive, tones. SG. Joe Barbieri, top. Out on Must Have Jazz via Membran