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Lloyd Miller – Orientations (2022 24/44 FLAC)

Lloyd Miller - Orientations (2022 24/44 FLAC)

Lloyd Miller – Orientations (2022 24/44 FLAC)

Artist: Lloyd Miller
Album: Orientations
Release/Reissue: 2022
Genre: Jazz, World Fusion

01. Camels To Cairo (1963)
02. Segah Leaves (1960, Re-edited 2021)
03. Orientation 1 (Kheneccordion 1963, Revisited 2021)
04. Carnatic Clarinet (1960s)
05. Intercollegiate Jazz Festival Introduction (1968)
06. Takeseem It Seems Beautiful Eyes (1968)
07. Orientation 2 (The Telling of Thaime, 1963, Revisited 2021)
08. Mellow Cello (Mid 1970s Television in Tehran, Iran)
09. Shahin (1972 Tehran, Iran)
10. Pentakarnatica (7-8, Rehearsal, 1963)
11. Orientation 3 (Poetically Past the Present, 1963 Revisited 2021)
12. Piano, Santur and Drum Interlude (1960s)
13. Persuasian (1990)
14. Orientation 4 (Of Mandarin Myth, 1963, Revisited 2021)
15. Pacific Breeze (Early 1980s)
16. Humalayan (Edited Version 1998)
17. Summer Thyme in Tehran (1972 Tehran, Iran)
18. Ketch Me If You Can (Improvisation, 1972 Tehran, Iran)
19. Orientation 5 (Central Asian Occasion, 1963)
20. Improv in Isfahan (Extended Full Version, 2005)
21. Camels From Cairo (1963)

Lloyd Miller is an American jazz musician and world music expert who is well known for his research work on Persian music and Afghan music. He can play 100 instruments in 15 jazz, ethnic and world music traditions.


His self-released LPs from the 1960s were among the first to combine Middle Eastern and Asian traditional music with American Jazz. His highly sought after records “Oriental Jazz” and “Jazz at the U of U” were recently re-issued by Egon’s Now Again Records and Vinyl Me Please.


Back in 2010, Lloyd traveled overseas to record an album for STRUT Records, with The Heliocentrics, and the LP quickly became a classic. After spending years in Iran and abroad, Doc Lloyd Miller has been laying low in Salt Lake City, furthering his academic music and religious studies and is currently collaborating with Adam Michael Terry and Ian Camp for FOUNTAINavm.