|Album:||Creative Orchestra Music, Chic||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Rosenberg, Scott||Added:||Dec 2003|
|Label:||New World Records|
|Add Date:||2003-12-16||Pull Date:||2004-02-17||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Feb 8||Jan 18||Jan 4||Dec 21|
|1.||Jul 19, 2005:||Umami Jazz Program
|4.||Dec 30, 2003:||the jewish alternative
|2.||Feb 06, 2004:||Memory Select
|5.||Dec 19, 2003:||Memory Select
|3.||Jan 16, 2004:||Memory Select
The music leaves spaces for the group to cut loose and improvise for an orchestra-tuning-up sound. Like most ensembles of its type, the group is characterized by a large, lumbering sound. See London Improvisers Orchestra, Jeff Kaiser's Ockodektet, or Marco Eneidi (American Jungle Orchestra) for comparison points.
Some parts have a sour, dissonant sound, where I'm guessing Rosenberg follows Anthony Braxton's example by letting the players choose the notes themselves.
1- Dark, a bit menacing. Characterized by long unison tones, with occasional bits of fast scrabbly chaos
2- Starts with the same dark menacing feel. But it's gentler, with long-note progressions that "feel" more orchestral.
3- Includes quiet flurries of group improv for a faster, busier feel. Also some soprano wordless vocal
4- More long tones, with piano and trumpet (among others) improvising for some nice color
5- Chirpy double-time pulses, a quicker pace
|1.||Tehr||3.||7X (With Sttm)|