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Same Moon In The Same World
Artist: Ant Law
Format: CD

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Label: Oim
Rel. Date: 11/04/2022
UPC: 7621836939284

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DISC: 1

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2. Haven't Meta Yet
3. Low Glow
4. Third I
5. Chrysalis
6. Vivid
7. Salvo
8. Don't Wait Too Long
9. After the Rain

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Same Moon In The Same World is an album from two of the UK creative music scene's most original voices - guitarist Ant Law and saxophonist Alex Hitchcock. This collaborative, remotely recorded album features an international roster of guests, including Joel Ross, Eric Harland, Jasper Hoiby, Linda Oh, Kendrick Scott, Shai Maestro, Tim Garland, Ben Williams and Sun-Mi Hong, who come together to explore Law and Hitchcock's reflective, conceptual compositions.Described as both a "game changer" and an "innovator" by The Guardian, Ant Law teams up with tenorist Alex Hitchcock ('an incredible saxophonist, with something very unique and original to say' - Walter Smith III) for their first album as joint leaders. It's the first of many projects they have planned together; here, both players bring four compositions to the table, developing and shaping them in tandem before sending them across the globe. "When no artists were able to tour, everyone had more time available to record. We discovered this almost by accident," Law recalls. "We sent demos to our favorite players in the world and were delighted to hear that they were up for recording with us." Their tales of collaboration involve artists taking the material in new directions, long hours painstakingly knitting it all together, and even 'trading fours', pandemic-style; all participants would be online at the same time, where they'd play a few phrases, upload and email it over and get a spontaneous, musical response sent back.