Alexander Pischikov – “Aspiration”


Musical analogues: Eric Dolphy, Ornette Coleman, late John Coltrane

Abum genres: hard bop, modal jazz, avant-garde

Written by Alexander Pischikov

Record participants: Alexander Pischikov – tenor saxophone; Alexander Sipyagin – trumpet and flugelhorn; Hans Glawischnig – contrabass; Gene Jackson – drums; Yakov Okun’ – grand piano; Oleg Grymov – alto saxophone; Anastassia Glazkova – vocals and lyrics (4); Eugene Golkowsky – drums (4)

Recorded in 2010 / Released in 2013

Catalogue number: AB-CD-03-2013-043

Barcode: 1977721673457

1 CD

Languages of the booklet: Russian, English

Publishing House: OOO “ArtBeat”, 127051, Moscow, Trubnaya st., 32, building 4

Sales Department: + 7.903.2090450

A new album of one of the most famous saxophonists in the USSR and in Russia, bright and distinctive follower of great John Coltrane.

Album review

The album includes 4 pieces written for sextet and two versions of the ballade “Victory (Love)” which is worth, like the entire album, special words.
Recording of all the pieces in the album, except the second (instrumental) version of the ballade that was recorded by Alexander later in Berlin, was made on March 8, 2010 in Moscow, at Pavel Slobodkin’s studio in Arbat Street. On that day...



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