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Ariel Kalma is the kind of musician that collectors live their lives to find at the bottom of a dollar record bin, and the kind who fellow musicians hope to become. He is a composer who worked on the periphery of a fringe movement, whose early adherents have recently seen an explosion in popularity...

- Vivian Hua, redefinemag.com

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Corona Insola

Soothing tracks for challenging times

After all touring was cancelled because of Covid 19, Ariel recorded these (except one from 1995), and offered this album for $1 (still same price). May these sounds bring you peace!

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Corona Insola, 14:55 - I feel sorry that Covid-19 causes pain everywhere. I had to cancel concerts, so I recorded for you to hear the polyrhythms and sounds I was going to perform. May you stay healthy (recorded in one go with my fantastic live concert setup, March 2020.)

Corona Amour,  5:54 - “L’amour, c’est ce qui nous unit” Love is what unites us…  I feel the pain, the unknown, I play music for you, we are in this together. Recorded March 2020 on a simple set up of guitar, voice and effects.

Space Forest, 6 :10 - A conversation between joyous birds, saxophone, a flute and pulsing keyboards. Recorded in 2019 with my setup for concerts.      

I say Hello to You My friend, 3:19 - In 1975, I travelled back from India back to Paris by land and realised people want peace, friendship, respect... I wrote a song saying Hello to friends I've met. This was recorded on Maui, 1995. Another older version is on another song album ‘Yo Yo A New Man’

Electro Groove, 7:49 - Winds of Change transport a peaceful saxophone ‘mutating’ into a soulful call for this virus to stop bugging us… hope…