Jean-Luc Cappozzo - trumpet, flugelhorn
Douglas R. Ewart - woodwinds, sound objects
Joëlle Léandre - double bass
Bernard Santacruz - double bass
Michael Zerang - drums, percussions
Erotisme sublimé en cinq phases d’une communication de cinq consciences pour l’amour du plus lointain où ça glisse sans cesse sans savoir à quoi s’assurer de soi ni de ça qui s’insinue en ces consciences sans presse ni langueur qui trop s’alanguirait et ainsi calmerait la vibrante tension de la liberté et du désir.
Sublimed erotism in five phases of five consciousnesses communicating for the love of the slippery furthest / Ceaselessly knowing neither what to assure themselves nor that which infiltrates these hasteless consciousnesses / Nor languor too likely to languish and thus ease the vibrant tension of freedom and desire.
released May 15, 2015
Recorded by Bruno Levée @ AJMI, Avignon, France, 26th Oct 2013
Mixed by Jean-Marc Foussat
Mastered by Alex Inglizian @ ESS, Chicago, IL
Artwork by Sylvain Le Corre
Cover by Margaux Kervarec
Two fifths of the acclaimed group Irreversible Entanglements create a revolutionary LP celebrating Latin and Afro-Caribbean influences through intricate drum and brass arrangements. Bandcamp Album of the Day Oct 21, 2020
supported by 16 fans who also own “Sonic Communion”
Total mastery of patience, time, and drama create a constantly engaging journey that never gets tiresome or same-y: in fact the harder you listen the better it gets! Somehow Sorey et al. find a way to combine the deep listening and spontaneous interaction of the best jazz with the sense of every tone and sound being worth a universe of listening, which could be equally from Cage and Feldman or the accompaniment to an ancient ritual.
The recording/engineering is absolutely perfect as well. Giles