There’s nothing wrong with this — it’s great.
Oh, okay — so what izzit?
Two guys playing, well, one of ’em’s on saxophone, two saxes actually — soprano and baritone — and the other on piano. Free jazz, or free enough, in a certain sense very Coltrane-y, in others not at all.
Lechusza, in his own wds., or those of a sympathetic colleague or lackey, “brings a subtle control over timbre, multiphonics, extended techniques, and a boundless melodic inventiveness to a comprehensive arsenal of wind instruments” — yup, he does. ’Specially on baritone.
Adler, meantime, “brings to the piano a harmonic richness and power taken from his years as an organist, coupled with a sensitivity to nuance and melody developed through years of study of Asian musics.” I’ll take your wd. for it.
The look of a classic ECM LP: cover photo, title, everything. But with a lot more (how you say?) balls in both musique und production.
All you could want from a 68-minute saxophone-piano album.
Or reasonably close.