This CD is not a repeat of the previous album, vol. 5, where Joe Morris plays electric guitar. Here, on vol. 6, he plays bass which drastically changes the music. Filipe Freitas: "This is an album for the ones who are not afraid to feel, to experience, to be violently shaken, to touch the untouchable. Stimulating, extravagant, and urgent, the sixth volume of the series The Art of the Improv Trio is an improvisational tour de force that marks another golden cycle in Perelman's musical career. Personally, I would like to thank Ivo, not only for all these years of boundless music, but also for having remained faithful to his own beliefs.—Filipe Freitas (JazzTrail.net
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