Mysticism Of Sound

Mysticism Of Sound

Saxophonist Nat Birchall has been busy over the last couple of years, offering up a string of inspired collaborative albums, including a fine dub-wise excursion with Al Breadwinner and a brilliant tribute to Yusuf Lateef created with his regular quartet of players.

Artist: Nat Birchall

Genre: Jazz

Label: Ancient Archive Of Sound

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His album, Mysticism of Sound, is a slight departure from his regular sound - if he indeed has one, given his exploration of many strains of jazz over the years - for two reasons. Firstly, it's an impressively evocative exploration of Sun Ra-inspired space jazz, with his meandering and emotive sax solos acting as spiritual guide throughout. Secondly, it's a genuinely solo album in which there are no guests: each and every instrument, including synths, bells, drums and bass, were played, was played by Birchall himself.

About the artist

Hailed by Gilles Peterson as “one of the best musicians in the UK”, Nat Birchall has quietly garnered a reputation as one of the country’s foremost creatives in the jazz medium, releasing inspirational music that operates in similar regions to the spiritual works of luminaries such as John Coltrane and Pharoah Sanders.

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