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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Human Encounter Prologue (1:30)
2. Lustful Feast of Flesh (3:00)
3. You Many One Devils (3:20)
4. Lonesomeness (3:20)
5. Sadistic Teacher (3:40)
6. City Bombardment (2:55)
7. For Eugene, Distilling the Delicacy (2:57)
8. For Ali, Who Does Live Many Births Mercifully (1:28)
9. For Kurt, The King Without Crown (1:01)
10. For Thelonious, and His 88 Holy Names (3:00)
11. For Jeremy, Embodying the Mastermind (2:58)
12. Unknown Red-Skirt Girl, Who Vanished Before My Eyes in 1995 (4:00)

Total time 33:09

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- Salim Ghazi Saeedi / all instruments

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Iranian composer and multi-instrumentalist Salim Ghazi SAEEDI first appeared a few years back as one of the core members of Arashk, a unit that issued four productions prior to entering a state of hiatus. Since then Salim has opted to go solo, and "Human Encounters" is his second production as a standalone artist, released one year after his debut "Iconophobic".

Salim Ghazi Saeedi's second solo production "Human Encounter" appears to be something of a paradigm shift for this artist, taking a sharp left turn away from art rock and progressive metal into the jazz universe. And documents how intriguing compositions can be when acoustic bass, piano and percussion are used in an efficient and fairly innovative manner, and how well suited eastern oriented acoustic guitar motifs are in supplementing this core foundation too I might add. A highly intriguing disc to my ears, but I suspect that one needs a prior interest in jazz or this artist to be swayed by its charms.

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