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Review:
While looking through songbooks of traditional Galician music, Spanish saxophonist Xose Miguelez happened upon a recording by the ethnic musicologist Dorothé Schubart of a ballad, sung by his own Great-Aunt Amparo almost 40 years ago in Cerdedelo-Laza, a beautiful village hidden in the Galician hills. All of the compositions on "Ontology" come from a four-note motif at the beginning of that ballad. The idea came from Kansas City saxophonist Matt Otto, a friend and mentor to Xose and the producer of this recording. Though through the sounds of this dynamic, modern jazz quartet it may be difficult to discern the four-note motif, it is the very root and inspiration of this work. Listen to the end to hear Great-Aunt Amparo sing her song.

Musicians:
- Xose Miguélez / tenor saxophone
- Ben Leifer / double bass & electric bass
- Storm Nilson / guitar
- John Kizilarmut / drums & cajon flamenco
- Peter Schlamb / vibraphone (2,9)
- Matt Otto / tenor saxophone (1,4,5), EWI (2)

Produced by Matt Otto
Recorded by Nate Espy at Roof Top Media, Kansas City, MO
August 11,12 & 13, 2018
Mixed by Jose Trincado / Matt Otto at Savik sound - Galicia - Spain
Mastered by Jose Trincado at Savik sound - Galicia - Spain
Photographs by White dog studio
Cover design & layout by John Bishop

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