It has been on personally emotional week, and freezing cold one, weather wise, so I'm using two Andy Summers CDs to warm me spiritually. First is a release that popped up in my Facebook feed, Andy Summers Harmonic of the Night. This is a soundtrack he produced to accompany a retrospective exhibition of his photography, held in Pavillon Populaire in Montpellier, France, in 2019. The music is spacey and atmospheric, reminding me of some of the albums he did with Robert Fripp, also the introspective soundscapes that Norwegian guitarist Terje Rypdal recorded for ECM Records.
My second selection, Andy Summers Triboluminescence find Andy of various instruments. with Artyom Manukyan playing cello on one track. The 2026 session sound les refined or focus, and more like a musician exploratory session wih the recording equipment on. As such it's not as interest the first CD, but still worth a listen.