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Ambiguous Dialogues

modern British jazz by Philip Clemo

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2008


Artists:

Philip Clemo

guitar/electronics

Venue:

London



Engineer:

Philip Clemo



Record Label
Metier

Genre:

Jazz Contemporary


Contemporary

Total Time - 61:54
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Ambiguous Dialogues

 

PHILIP CLEMO

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0:46
     
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Language

8:15
     
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Attitude

5:55
     
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Texture

7:47
     
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Temperature

8:30
     
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Time

5:08
     
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Place

4:26
     
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Scale

4:36
     
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Direction

4:01
     
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Depth

7:01
     
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Form

5:29
     
 Philip Clemo guitar/electronics


Clemo is a composer who integrates jazz with contemporary classical, rock and electronic sources to produce music which is unique and reflective of life.  Critical praise has been heaped on Clemo’s work from many sources.
Philip Clemo plays guitar, keyboards, and electronics with a fine band of musicians.

“Clemo builds [a] jungle in your head with a view of strange landscapes beyond. Bring a change of clothes, you may want to stay for a while.”

Kenneth Egbert
 

Jazz Now

“Clemo possess the compositional vision… to create something both intensely personal and profoundly beautiful.”
 

Jazzwise Magazine

”Mesmeric and completely addictive.”

The Wire

“Clemo’s evocative “location sound recordings” and his understated string writing give the music an atmospheric sense of place. This is a bold debut for Metier Jazz… an album I enjoyed greatly.”

Jazz Review

“A very beautiful CD… hints at jazz, classical and World Music…sounds great.”

BBC 3 CD Radio Review



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