8 thoughts on “ Journey Over Sands - Vijay Iyer - Architextures (CD, Album) ”

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  4. Trio - Tracks 3,4,7,9 (Iyer, Brock, Hargreaves) Recorded August 5, (Octet, Trio) and September 4, (Solo piano) at OTR Studios in Belmont, California. Red Giant logo shown on back cover and on CD, with no separate catalog number.
  5. Iyer's album Memorophilia (AsianImprov) is an impressive, sometimes stunning debut that includes work with a trio, a quintet and a quartet called the Poisonous Prophets, featuring electric guitar and bass. (Iyer recently finished the follow-up, Architextures, but is still looking for a label.).
  6. Architextures, an Album by Vijay Iyer. Released in October on Asian Improv (catalog no. AIR ; CD). Genres: Avant-Garde Jazz. Featured peformers: Vijay Iyer (piano, composer, liner notes, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text), Cookie Marenco .
  7. Pianist Vijay Iyer splits his sophomore outing between his trio (with bassist Jeff Brock and drummer Brad Hargreaves) and an octet featuring Hargreaves, guitarist Liberty Ellman, alto saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthappa, two tenor saxophonists (Eric Crystal and Aaron Stewart), and two bassists (Brock and Kevin Ellington Mingus). As on his debut, 's Memorophilia, Iyer is after a sound that 6/
  8. Iyer's second release (recorded a year later), Architextures (continuing a predilection for neologisms), features solo piano, a trio with Brock and Hargreaves; and an Octet in which this trio is augmented by the superb Rudresh Mahanthappa on alto saxophone, Aaron Stewart on tenor, Ellman on guitar, Eric Crystal on tenor and soprano, and Kevin Mingus on bass.

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