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Philip Graham

  1. Rhode Island
  2. Electronic
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  1. Mumblin' Sue
    by Allysen Callery
    In Your Hollow In Your Hollow
    Yet another great Allysen Callery record. And now, news of a forthcoming album, “Ghost Folk.” All praise the musical gods.
    by Nubya Garcia
    Source (featuring Ms MAURICE, Cassie Kinoshi, Richie Seivwright) Source (featuring Ms MAURICE, Cassie Kinoshi, Richie Seivwright)
    Nubya Garcia's already intense jazz vision heads to wide open spaces.
  3. Zoom Boy
    by Soda Gun
    Captures the cultural Covid mood, with a backbeat.
    appears in 1 other collection
  4. Garden Variety 2 (for electric kora)
    by Daniel Berkman
    Flowering Flowering
    Daniel Berkman on a roll, for this third edition of his electric kora explorations of sonic heaven (from where, on the album cover, he seems to be playing).
  5. Lagos Pepper Soup
    by Michael Olatuja
    Soki (feat. Dianne Reeves & Lionel Loueke) Soki (feat. Dianne Reeves & Lionel Loueke)
    What glorious music from this Afro-jazz ensemble! And what a stellar line-up of guest artists: Angelique Kidjo, Dianne Reeves, Laura Mvula, Regina Carter, Becca Stevens, and Brandee Younger, among many others, each one providing a contribution that seems perfectly attuned to their talents. For grace and power, this recording more than rivals Pat Metheny’s recent From This Place.
  6. No Place Is Safe
    by Nia Andrews
    Might Be Eternity Might Be Eternity
    I loved Nia Andrews' song "Colours" from way back. Now I love this entire full-length debut. Elegant, yearning, engaged music from a wise soul.
  7. In the Comfort Of
    by Sango
    Comfortable (feat. Ryan Ashley) Comfortable (feat. Ryan Ashley)
    What more needs to be said?
  8. Garden Variety (for electric kora)
    by Daniel Berkman
    Garden Variety #4 Garden Variety #4
    I love the West African musical traditions of kora playing (Toumani Diabete and Ballake Sissoko, anyone?), and I also love Daniel Berkman's electric kora explorations into and out of those same traditions.
  9. Prince's Pine
    by Allysen Callery
    First Amongst the Flowers First Amongst the Flowers
    Can't get enough of Callery's artistry. Hoping a new album is not far away.
  10. Songs Of An Unknown Tongue
    by Zara McFarlane
    Black Treasure Black Treasure
    Whew, what rich, sweeping music!
  11. 6
    by Natalie Gardiner
    Back In 92, 93 Back In 92, 93
    Natalie Gardiner's breathy neo-soul goodness--nothing more needs to be said.
  12. For A Human World
    by Artemis, Steve Lawson and Daniel Berkman
    For The Rejuvenation of Humankind For The Rejuvenation of Humankind
    My day is made: more vibrant yet calming improvisations from Artemis/Lawson/Berkman, Inc. And “Somewhere”! It’s like a Dark Star of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”
  13. Everlasting Spring
    by Matt LaJoie
    A River's Breadth A River's Breadth
    This acoustic guitarist with mad looping skills builds intricate worlds worth getting lost in.
  14. Balsams
    by Chuck Johnson
    Riga Black Riga Black
    Chuck Johnson (one half of the duo Saariselka) is a transcendent master of the pedal steel guitar, turning its keening cry into languid, ambient beauty.
  15. Fog Variations (for Electric Kora)
    by Daniel Berkman
    Fog Variations 3 Fog Variations 3
    Stately, shimmering melodies. The calm you need right now. Really, this is inspired instrumental music of unsurpassing beauty.
  16. Road Runner
    by Ayanna Witter-Johnson
    These Four Walls These Four Walls
    Silky, funky, jazzy, bluesy, just for starters. A singer whose voice rivals the grace and power of her cello playing, just for further starters. Music of many depths, for ears that like to swim.
  17. 5
    by Natalie Gardiner
    Dig A Little Deeper Dig A Little Deeper
    More new Natalie Gardiner! When it rains, it--happily--pours.
  18. All Connected
    by Michel Banabila
    A Quiet Mantra Of Hope (Тиха мантра надії) A Quiet Mantra Of Hope (Тиха мантра надії)
    Banabila doesn't break rules, he creates his own quirky rules. Here they unfold--and connect-- beautifully.
  19. Colure
    by Howling
    Bind Bind
    These two pre-order tracks prove that Howling's first album wasn't a fluke. Relief all around!
  20. The Song the Songbird Sings
    by Allysen Callery
    Bluest Bird Bluest Bird
    Contemporary music that sounds ancient, as if the past breathes new life into the artist and listener.