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Geyser by Joel Silva

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Album Title: Geyser
Label: Sintoma Records
Released: 2015

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Fiona's Comments

The tip is natural landscapes, the speed starts Buster Keaton in "The Railrodder," arrives at a hymnal place, makes an elegant stillness and rounds off with the hyper. Quite special.

About the Album

Nature landscapes. João Paulo Esteves da Silva: piano; António Quintino: double bass; Joel Silva: drums. Guests João Moreira: trumpet; Diogo Duque: trumpet; Sofia Vitória: voice.

Track Listing

Degelo; No Cume Do Pico; Running Water; Geyser; Terra Branca; Tuerem Tuerem; Vesihiisi Sihis Hississa; This Is What I Can See From Here; Wake Up.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Joao Moreira: trumpet; Diogo Duque: trumpet; Joao Paulo Esteves: piano; Antonio Quintino: bass; Joel Silva: drums; Sofia Vitoria: voice.

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Date featured

August 7, 2015

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