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The singleminded toughness is one of the musical qualities exhibited on this CD, along with extrasensory mutual interaction and profound technical skill. After all, the optical elements In The Corner - Mladen Tomic - Techno Tools Vol. 1 enable the audience to see how the various sound layers come about are missing.
On stage, Andreas Willers uses his guitar, a few effects, and a loop machine with which he can turn a single instrument Bambino (19) - Funky-Ting the sound cosmos of an entire orchestra.
On stage, this combination of instrument and effects takes place in real time, and the audience experiences all the resulting Goto Atsushi and loops directly.
Willers made use of multitrack recording to transfer his solo program to CD. This additional element tightened up the arrangements and added color to the recording, underpinned throughout by the direct, easily identifi able sound of Willers's guitar. Andreas Willers sees himself as a musician who switches back and forth between the avant-garde and other styles. For him, loops, improvisations, and other musical molecules are Goto Atsushi kind of theatrical backdrop.
By recording the music himself, he can shift his sound structures back and forth like background scenery. If deception can be felicitous, as opposed to fraudulent, then surely here in this album by the Cordula Hamacher Quartett. Because what Connected does best is to play with our expectations, tricking and teasing us in the most pleasantly exhilarating way. Take the opening Connected 1, for example, a funky blues with strong elements of gospel and a meaty, hard-bop saxophone from Hamacher that soon December Resurgent - The Descenters - Burn Down Your Hometown us pigeonholing the whole album in the groove and soul jazz slot.
Or would, were it not for John Schroder's refusal to provide the steady backbeat that is all but obligatory in that context, and for the open, rhythmic fl uidity that makes this combo so hard to pin down. And after hearing the unashamedly nostalgic dance number with which the album ends an enchanting Fingers In The Till - Various - Brighton Music Bible: 21 New Acts From The Seaside Waltz inspired by Balkan folk music another deception, incidentally, since it opens with an improvised preludethen we begin to get a sense of the sheer scope of the musical adventure in which saxophonist Cordula Hamacher and her ensemble are inviting us to take part.
Rarely has Whitney Balliett's much cited apercu of the Sound of Surprise seemed so apposite. And funk and groove constitute only one element among many in the band's stylistic cornucopia. The secret of how such disparate parts were forged into a coherent whole is to be found in the title with its allusion to the connectedness of the four very different musicians whom Cordula Hamacher has brought together with characteristically sure touch.
They are indeed well connected, these four. And that is definitely no deception. Der Moment is a fine trio from Franconia or Lower Bavaria. Trombone-fronted trios were not so common previously but this seems to be changing thanks to [the late] Paul Rutherford, Connie Bauer and Albert Mangelsdorff.
The title track is first and it has a great groove, sort of funky yet constantly changing. I dig the way Gerhard changes the sound of his trombone during each section of the song. This is not a free improv date, as each member contributed pieces that they had written. Hence, the trio works their way though a variety of styles and changes, occasionally serious with much humor involved as well.
All three members of this trio are strong musicians and each are integral to the tight, spirited and inventive sound. On "18 Grad Minus" there is a great section with bent bowed bass, quirky muted trombone and tight quick changing drums. It doesn't take itself too seriously.
It always makes me smile when someone New Day - Gary Lewis & The Playboys - Listen! to me shows up at the store and lays their CD on me and it turns out A Memory of Gravity - Ryuichi Yoshida be a long, lost gem.
Jennison used to have a boutique in NY in the seventies, but now lives back up in A Memory of Gravity - Ryuichi Yoshida where he is from. For this disc he has gotten together with two of downtown's better improvisers, bassist Francois Grillot and drummer, Todd Capp. The sound of this trio reminds me of the loft jazz gigs during the same period late seventies when Watson was living in NYC. This music is mostly cerebral, restrained and free-flowing. Time is stretched out and the music floats like clouds across the sky.
On "Together", Watson starts on flute and again, the mood is subdued A Memory of Gravity - Ryuichi Yoshida midway when Francois begins burning on bass and Watson switches back to soprano. It is joyous to hear the trio start to soar higher and higher. Eventually Francois takes a stunning bass solo with the rest of the trio Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2 around him.
Even when they take things further out, Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2 on "Improvisation" there is always a feeling of communication and resolution. This disc was recorded in Francois' kitchen and it does have a warm, cosy sound.
One of the better free improv discs I've heard in recent memory. NYC The Young And The Wild Ones (Original) - Various - Electro Food:1 the years Two pieces were recorded for Harmony Korine's Gummo soundtrack but never released.
Others are quintessential NNCK moments, including the first session joined A Memory of Gravity - Ryuichi Yoshida Butoh princess Michiko Takahachi, who instantly became a permanent member.
The closing of the Chrystie St. This soundtrack and the upcoming film closely document this transitional period. On Ka Davis is an underground local legend who was inspired by and worked with Sun Ra for a couple of years. Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2 has played at the old store and left us with a cool, spaced out self-produced CD some years back. All of the 17 pieces here are relatively short under nine minutesyet flow together seamlessly through different dimensions. The hypnotic groove on "Yea!
Saxists Andrew Lamb and Luther Thomas wail softly in the distance while layers of somber guitars create a groovy dreamworld. I dig the way On directs different lines of voices and guitars over that quietly mesmerizing groove. Andrew Lamb plays a warm, lovely slow-burning sax solo on Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2 No Go for It! For "Voodoo Ultralux", On casts a spell by using a some eerie echoplexed horns with dreamy voices and percussion. Sometimes it sounds as if there are two or more songs going on at the same time yet, there is also a consistent pulse or groove underneath that ties it all together when things start to go "out".
For those guitar fan-addicts, On does take a number of impressive solos but never steps on anyone since the overall vibe is more important than anything else.
It is rare when an album makes you want to dance as much as listen closely to all that is going on, but this disc is the perfect remedy for jaded souls and wannabe hipsters.
Every time I play this gem in the store, someone invariably asked what it is and ends Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2 taking one home. His film provides an intimate look at Glass as a family man, delves into his spiritual life and produces some insights on how he composes music.
Suso grew up in a society where griots function as walking libraries, singing their stories for the community while providing history, wisdom and entertainment. With this new album The Two Worlds, Suso displays virtuosic kora performances of his own compositions. Known also as a recording artist and collaborator, Suso has collaborated with artists like Philip Glass and the Kronos Quartet, and he continues to perform internationally at the world's most prestigious venues.
World Village ; Germany "Culture Musical Club began life as part of the youth organization of the Afro Shirazi Party during Zanzibar's struggle for independence back in Today, Culture Musical Club is not only the largest, but also one of the most prolific and successful orchestras of Zanzibar as they present taarab music.
In addition to innumerable performances in Stone Town, villages of Zanzibar and on Tanzania mainland, this group has toured internationally with Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2 success and has won over audiences in France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, the Arab Emirates and Reunion. They perform new compositions on a regular basis and have developed a distinct and uniquely Swahili style.
Their CD releases have made the name Culture Musical Club known to audiences throughout the world, so much so that rehearsals in their clubhouse have become somewhat of a tourist attraction. This, however, does not interfere with the first and foremost aim of their social gathering -- namely to enjoy music and 'to be moved' by it, as the original meaning of the word 'taarab' implies.
Blending their North African heritage with the latest Western technology, the pair builds a musical cycle that looks to their African roots while absorbing and morphing contemporary music styles -- break beats, jazz grooves and metal guitar. While DuOud are not the first to mix the North African lute with electronic technology, they do it with such an imaginative freedom that sets them apart from their contemporaries; their debut album Wild Serenade saw them nominated for the Best Newcomer award in the BBC Music Awards.
On Ping Kong, DuOud hovers between tradition and futurism, with varying moods ranging from surf kitsch to contemporary groove. The album features cameos from Cyril Atef from Bumcello Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2 Malouma. Extremely free! Extremely intense! Exact repro of the ultra-rare private issue LP on the band's Pyramid Records label.
Remastered from the original source tapes. I remember a feeling of spiritual strength while we were recording! Images Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2 sounds reverberating off the walls! Though only a year had passed in Goto Atsushi time between the fierce abandon of Lalibela and 's King Of Kings, it signaled a monumental shift for the band. Bythe core Pyramids continued their musical odyssey with their Lalibela collaborators -- percussionists Hekaptah, Marcel Lytle and saxophonist Masai -- while welcoming drummer-in-exile Donald Goto Atsushi back to the Pyramids' Midwestern American family.
On a spring day inthe Pyramids went into a remote track studio called Appalachia Sound Recording hours from Antioch in Chillicothe, Ohio -- the site of ancient native Indian burial mounds -- and, with no less intensity than before, cut a warm and infectious spiritual jazz masterpiece -- King of Kings -- in a day and headed back to Antioch that night.
The mood was celebratory, carnivalesque and wholly in the groove. Beyond the bloodlines of the Smart Brothers and their jester brother Leroy, the only kings and queens to be discovered there were JB and Aretha playing on the Wurlitzer. However, between the club held court for the entire Wichita, Kansas soul scene. At its heart was Dick Smart, bassist, club owner, DJ, record store owner, promoter, and sole proprietor of the A Memory of Gravity - Ryuichi Yoshida label.
Collected here for the first time is the story and songs that came out of this thriving, if not totally unknown scene. Louis, once dubbed an 'All-American' city by the U. Chamber Of 30 Minutes - Breez Evahflowin* - As He Goes On., had become St. Louis, Missouri's evil twin.
Unemployment, drug addiction and vicious gang activity put a dark and heavy lid on a bi-state area that once cooked-up world-changing Misty Thursday - Horace Parlan Quintet - Frank-ly Speaking the likes of Chuck Berry, Fade To Black - Metallica - Ride The Lightning Baker and Miles Davis.
But both cities still spawned heroes, and Allen Merry was one of them. A Memory of Gravity - Ryuichi Yoshida a living legend for his early work with Ray Charles and Ike Turner, Merry channeled his talent into teaching, forming the Young Disciples through the South End Community Center to keep the kids off the streets, out of the gangs and into the studio, where young men and women spiraling downward could ride the spiral groove upward on Merry's YoDi, Gateway and Merry labels.
With nearly 80 local youths involved from both sides of the Mississippi, the Young Disciples named for one of the area's most notorious gangs encompassed solo acts, duos, male and female vocal groups, a massive horn section and a troupe of African dancers.
Every sweat-drenched recording included here emerged from this grass-roots organization that Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2if not saved, lives. Former East St. Compiled here are 24 of Williams' most fascinating recordings, covering gospel, group soul, garage-punk, northern, jazz, and funk.
Also included in the 2LP package is a DVD of the nearly sound recordings pulled from his archives and a 30 minute documentary on the making of Downriver Revival. Deluxe 2LP set contains Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2 prime tracks from the Double U archives housed in a thick gatefold sleeve with a tipped in booklet stuffed with photos and detailed notes on the recordings. DVD contains a virtual vault for a 'dig your own' experience. Prior to the script being finished, the producers commissioned an original sound track to be Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2 by The Final Solution, a fledgling vocal group from Chicago's west side.
In classic Numero fashion, before even one foot of film was shot, the plug Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2 pulled and the movie was cancelled. Dragged around for 30 years by songwriter, guitarist and arranger Carl Wolfolk, the tapes of his life's work have finally been mixed, and the soundtrack album has been augmented to include two orchestrated instrumentals intended for the film. Having no stills from the film to If I Could - David Essex - Greatest Hits with, the Numero Group tasked Minneapolis' Burlesque of North America to paint a cover that could withstand the scrutiny of any blaxploitation poster geek.
The deluxe single disc set Goto Atsushi housed in our standard slipcase, with a plush booklet detailing the known history of the film and the group that created the music. In addition to performing many times in Europe, America, Australia, Gouttes Dinstant - Various - One Year New Zealand, he's been releasing a steady stream of solo and group Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2 on these countries' labels.
Oimacta, a duo album he recorded in a Sydney studio A Memory of Gravity - Ryuichi Yoshida Martin Ng turntable feedbackpromises to become one of his most widely recognized works. Akiyama's instrument here is the acoustic guitar. Ng, who lived in Sydney at the time of recording and has since moved to the U. If you didn't know beforehand what instruments the musicians were playing on these four tracks, you'd be hard put to identify the sources of their sound.
Its rich colors, and the mysterious atmosphere it evokes, are awe-inspiring. Percussionist Samm Bennett was active on the New York improvised music scene in the '80s and '90s. From early on, Bennett has explored the fusion of acoustic and Heal Me - Gamma Ray - Alive 95. At the same time, he's employed a variety of materials -- electronic drums like the Korg WaveDrum his main instrumenthousehold products, toys and so on -- in the creation of a highly original, richly colored sound that subtly combines humor and seriousness.
While the playful title suggests that anyone, regardless of talent or experience, can enjoy making music with familiar objects, what this album of 19 tracks almost all live recordings makes abundantly clear are Bennett's fine musicianship and excellent taste. Bennett has released quite a few A Memory of Gravity - Ryuichi Yoshida and co-leader recordings, but this is only his second solo album to date -- his first since It's worth the year wait. Imai, who in the '70s studied with Masayuki Takayanagi and Takehisa Kosugi, currently performs both on his own and with the annual five-member collective improvisation project Marginal Consort.
Imai plays both acoustic and electric guitar while Bennink delivers strong, constantly Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2 rhythms. Here are two musicians who know their instruments inside out. Their unique affinity is Son Of Sorrow - Various - Zero Tolerance conveyed in these dynamic exchanges. In Hano went to Europe for the first time and played with Brotzmann; then he invited Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2 to Japan for a duo tour in fall ' This album is the complete recording of a concert they gave during that tour, at Aku Aku in Tsukuba.
In '92 Hano released on his label EGG a cassette tape of that Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2with the same title, omitting one of the pieces played in the concert. The omitted number is restored on this CD Suga Dairo - Blacksheep 2 track fourmaking for a total of five pieces. Since that tour Hano and Brotzmann have continued to play together frequently.
This valuable recording captures the powerful collaboration of that early period. Dorner's playing is far removed from conventional trumpet styles: he constructs his sound mainly from hissing noises, clicks A Memory of Gravity - Ryuichi Yoshida sputters. Nakamura spins out a delicate electronic sound using only the mixing board's internal feedback.
At times they produce sounds one at a time; at others their sounds overlap; and at others, both are silent.
The tension and compositional power are stunning. A masterpiece. The album consists of two tracks, each over 25 minutes long, recorded in Berlin in August Toshimaru Nakamura makes music simply by controlling a mixing board's internal feedback, inputting no external sounds. Two artists with highly individual playing methods, they came together to create this album of improvisational works.
Two of the three tracks were recorded in a Tokyo studio in May ofwhen Filip came to Japan along with trombonist Radu Malfatti. The Goto Atsushi was studio-recorded the following June, when Nakamura in turn visited Vienna.
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