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Crosswinds

Pilgrim

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1
Big Wheel
Pilgrim
9:05
2
Luce oscura
Pilgrim
4:58
3
Point of View
Pilgrim
8:00
4
Miniature
Pilgrim
1:16
5
Crosswinds
Pilgrim
9:07
6
C Major Improvisation
Pilgrim
3:37
7
Studio Song
Pilgrim
3:34
8
Inside
Pilgrim
6:56
9
Aeon
Pilgrim
5:58
Total Playing Time    52:31
"Crosswinds - this new, gorgeously considered, but luxurious open new recording by tenor saxophonist Christoph Irniger's Pilgrim - is palpably more relaxed on the surface than the quintet's previous albums, below that veneer of calm is intense focused and rigorous interplay as well as a level of risk-taking."
- Peter Margasak (The Chicago Reader)

Christoph Irniger, a prodigious stylist with a warm sound, presents the third album with his band Pilgrim on Intakt Records. With Crosswinds the saxophonist who relishes adventure and surprise delivers a cultivated studio album. Multi-layered, subtle and melodically entangled, the eight pieces radiate a wondrous, atmospheric tranquility. A highly nuanced music with a magical sound.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Intakt Records Studio Masters

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