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Josiah Steinbrick // For Anyone That Knows You LP

Josiah Steinbrick // For Anyone That Knows You LP

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This is a record released in April 2023 by Josiah Steinbrick, a multi-instrumentalist from LA, USA, on the country's ambient label Unseen Worlds.

Contains 10 ambient jazz songs, mainly piano solos. Comes with DL code.

Sam Gendel joins on saxophone.Mastered by Taylor Deupree.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Unseen Worlds releases available at Tobira. 

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Unseen Worlds:

"For Anyone That Knows You, an album of mostly piano solos by Josiah Steinbrick, was recorded not for smoothness or posterity but to emphasize the piano as object, the person playing it, and the moment it sounds. On three of the pieces, the saxophone of Sam Gendel hovers over the piano like a faint change in the light, adding resonance and gentle reinforcement rather than counterpoint. Three others are delicate renditions: “Green Glass” interprets an untitled recording by Quechuan folk musicians Leandro Apaza Romas and Benjamin Clara Quispe; “Elyne Road” abbreviates one of Malian kora master Toumani Diabaté's most tender compositions; and “Lullaby” is an arrangement of a traditional Creole song, originally recorded in 1954 by the Haitian-American guitarist Frantz Casseus. 

Artist: Josiah Steinbrick

Label: Unseen Worlds

This is a record released in April 2023 by Josiah Steinbrick, a multi-instrumentalist from LA, USA, on the country's ambient label Unseen Worlds.

Contains 10 ambient jazz songs, mainly piano solos. Comes with DL code.

Sam Gendel joins on saxophone.Mastered by Taylor Deupree.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Unseen Worlds releases available at Tobira. 

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Unseen Worlds:

"For Anyone That Knows You, an album of mostly piano solos by Josiah Steinbrick, was recorded not for smoothness or posterity but to emphasize the piano as object, the person playing it, and the moment it sounds. On three of the pieces, the saxophone of Sam Gendel hovers over the piano like a faint change in the light, adding resonance and gentle reinforcement rather than counterpoint. Three others are delicate renditions: “Green Glass” interprets an untitled recording by Quechuan folk musicians Leandro Apaza Romas and Benjamin Clara Quispe; “Elyne Road” abbreviates one of Malian kora master Toumani Diabaté's most tender compositions; and “Lullaby” is an arrangement of a traditional Creole song, originally recorded in 1954 by the Haitian-American guitarist Frantz Casseus. 

Artist: Josiah Steinbrick

Label: Unseen Worlds