Canadian saxophonist and composer Joseph Shabason delivers a touching arrangement of mood pieces, threaded together by intimate recorded conversations with his mother, after whom the album is named, as she succumbs to Parkinson’s disease. The tragic theme of the album is handled with deep sensitivity by Shabason’s lilting tonality, seemingly appearing precisely when he needs to, as amniotic ambient textures fill the ears, like full submersion in a body of water. This is music for that which cannot be adequately spoken.
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- 1 I Thought That I Could Get Away with It 4:45 Joseph Shabason Buy
- 2 Deep Dark Divide 7:00 Joseph Shabason Buy
- 3 Dangerous Chemicals 6:31 Joseph Shabason Buy
- 4 Donna Lee 4:50 Joseph Shabason Buy
- 5 Forest Run 4:28 Joseph Shabason Buy
- 6 Fred and Lil 6:52 Joseph Shabason Buy
- 7 Toh Koh 3:08 Joseph Shabason Buy
- 8 November 5:09 Joseph Shabason feat. Gigi Masin Buy
- 9 Treat It Like a Win Bar 6:13 Joseph Shabason Buy