James Newton “Water Mystery”

James Newton “Water Mystery”

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James Newton
Water Mystery
Gramavision Inc. (US) 1986
18-8407-1 (LP)
sleeve : EX+(very slightly wear on corner, still good condition.)
media : EX-/EX-(light surface noises. side B has two slightly hairlines and one small scratch that does not affect to sounds.)

This 1986 album by Jame Newton, a free jazz flutist who has also done a lot of new age music, such as using the reverberating effects of natural formations. The album begins with a gentle standard number featuring parts of a Shakespearean suite by Duke Ellington, and moves on to Japanese-flavoured new age jazz track featuring koto and harp. And you can listen to the realisations of songs from his 1982 album 'Jamese Newton' what is a mix of koto and African kora. And quintessential free jazz. Newton's multifaceted approach can be enjoyed on this album.

A2: Lone Hill
B1: Water Mystery

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