Journey to the Centre of an Egg by Rabih Abou-Khalil

Oud Master Rabih Abou-Khalil Continues To Break New Boundaries With His Latest Enja/Justin Time recording, Journey To The Centre Of An Egg.

For nearly a quarter century, Lebanese-born oud master Rabih Abou-Khalil has defied all of the artificial boundaries and labels to create a musical world entirely his own. With Journey To The Centre Of An Egg, his latest release on Justin-Time/Enja, Rabih once again proves that to the truly visionary artist, creativity offers a canvas of unlimited possibilities.

Even many of the most singular and iconoclastic musicians will establish a foundation niche upon which they construct their adventurous explorations. Rabih refuses to be bound even by his own previous designs. With Journey To The Centre Of An Egg – his 11th Enja production and the second to be licensed to Justin Time for North America (following up on the heavily acclaimed Morton’s Foot) – Abou-Khalil brings the piano into his unique musical world for the first time on record. Most appropriately, he has chosen the extraordinary German pianist/composer Joachim Kühn, one of Europe’s most accomplished and respected jazz musicians since he arrived on the scene in the early 1960s.

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One Response to “Journey to the Centre of an Egg by Rabih Abou-Khalil”

  1. GatoMedio Says:

    I have just discoverd your blog and I will certainly be a frequent visitor. At a first glance I have seen some familiar names and lots of people I still have to find out about.
    As my contribution I would like to leave you the links to a recent solo performance by Rabih Abou-Khalil in Brussels, that I have posted on AvaxHome, inlcuding my own artwork. Here they are:

    Thanks and keep up the good work.

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