|Filiano, Ken / Subvenire|
|Add Date:||2003-01-13||Pull Date:||2003-03-17||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||9 Feb||2 Feb||26 Jan||19 Jan|
|1.||Feb 07, 2003:||Memory Select |
|3.||Jan 24, 2003:||Memory Select |
|2.||Jan 31, 2003:||Memory Select |
|4.||Jan 15, 2003:||Umami Jazz Program |
Solo bass, with some recording effects and possibly overdubs. Filiano is an L.A. guy who hangs out with Vinny Golia and other avant-jazzers. There's a nice palette of personalities among these pieces: They *don't* all sound the same, and Filiano shows he can carve convincing atmosphere from both aggressive and placid playing.|
Very musical, not a lot of "extended" technique (such as squeak/scrape noises).
1- Mournful bowing
2- Low, slow and rumbling. Dramatic.
3- Fast pizzacatto, even grooves a little
4- Slow and ringing, melodic
5- Disjoint, abstract.
6- Active pizzacatto piece
7- Deep, aggressive swirls (bowed). Dark chamber music.
8- Vicious attack, then a calm/sad piece with bells
9- Careful pace, mildly bouncing melodies
|1.||Water Down Stone||5.||Non Sequitur|