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John Diliberto from Echoes Reviews seven conversations

Improvising in an ambient space is something that doesn’t happen so often, especially if you intend on staying in that space and not, say, dropping in Black Sabbath power chords or John Coltrane sheets of saxophone sound. Miles Davis did it with “He Loved Him Madly.” Brian Eno accomplished it on Small Craft on a Milk Sea with Leo Abrahams and Jon Hopkins. Now a trio of musicians consisting of trumpeter Jeff Oster, guitarist Vin Downes and multi-instrumentalist and sound designer Tom Eaton have done it with their debut album, Seven Conversations.

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