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If one were to represent the levels of communication, interplay and chemistry on Heatmap, the brilliant new album from saxophonist/composer Caleb Wheeler Curtis, the image would glow a consistent bright red. But take into account the range of dynamics, the span between explosive improvisation and sparse atmospherics, and you'd end up with a full spectrum of vibrant colors. Which should come as no surprise given the individual voices and shared histories of a quartet that teams Curtis with pianist Orrin Evans, bassist Eric Revis, and drummer Gerald Cleaver. Due out July 15, 2022 via Evans' Imani Records imprint, Heatmap is another bold step forward for Curtis, who has released two previous albums as a leader.
If one were to represent the levels of communication, interplay and chemistry on Heatmap, the brilliant new album from saxophonist/composer Caleb Wheeler Curtis, the image would glow a consistent bright red. But take into account the range of dynamics, the span between explosive improvisation and sparse atmospherics, and you'd end up with a full spectrum of vibrant colors. Which should come as no surprise given the individual voices and shared histories of a quartet that teams Curtis with pianist Orrin Evans, bassist Eric Revis, and drummer Gerald Cleaver. Due out July 15, 2022 via Evans' Imani Records imprint, Heatmap is another bold step forward for Curtis, who has released two previous albums as a leader.
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Heatmap
Artist: Caleb Wheeler Curtis
Format: CD
New: Available $18.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Heatmap
3. Track 3
4. Tossed Aside
5. Track 5
6. Surrounding
7. Track 7
8. Limestone
9. Track 9
10. Splinters
11. Track 11
12. Trees for the Forest
13. Track 13
14. Trembling
15. Track 15
16. Whisperchant
17. Track 17
18. C(O)Urses
19. 1
20. Spheres

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If one were to represent the levels of communication, interplay and chemistry on Heatmap, the brilliant new album from saxophonist/composer Caleb Wheeler Curtis, the image would glow a consistent bright red. But take into account the range of dynamics, the span between explosive improvisation and sparse atmospherics, and you'd end up with a full spectrum of vibrant colors. Which should come as no surprise given the individual voices and shared histories of a quartet that teams Curtis with pianist Orrin Evans, bassist Eric Revis, and drummer Gerald Cleaver. Due out July 15, 2022 via Evans' Imani Records imprint, Heatmap is another bold step forward for Curtis, who has released two previous albums as a leader.
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