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Ivory Ganesh Meets Doctor Drums

Paul Plimley & Trichy Sankaran

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Album Review

The goofy cover photo of pianist Paul Plimley and his partner, percussionist Trichy Sankaran, belies the serious nature of this unusual East-meets-West collaboration. Sankaran is evidently an expert in the classical (Karnatak) music of South India, but he has performed extensively with avant composers including Richard Teitelbaum. While Plimley and Sankaran are masters of their traditions, the blend is not totally successful even though there are moments of fascinating beauty and near-perfect synchronicity. Some of the pieces drag, such as Sankaran's almost 20-minute "Jhampalaya II," which according to the liner notes, is only of average length by Karnatak concert standards. Plimley seems restrained throughout the recording, possibly tied down by the style, which tends to be simple, delicate, and sometimes tediously repetitive.

Biography

Born: 1953 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Cana

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Vancouver-based pianist Paul Plimley studied European classical music with various teachers from the University of British Columbia, but in his own musical pursuits has remained firmly ensconced in the world of avant jazz and creative improvisation. Plimley has been active as a pianist, composer, and improviser for two decades but first gained significant attention from audiences and the media after an acclaimed performance with bassist Lisle Ellis at the 1989 Festival de Musique Actuelle de Victoriaville...
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