|Groundtruther / Latitude|
|Label:||Thirsty Ear Communication|
|Add Date:||2004-08-23||Pull Date:||2004-10-25||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||24 Oct||17 Oct||10 Oct||26 Sep||19 Sep||12 Sep||5 Sep||29 Aug|
|1.||Dec 23, 2011:||Memory Select |
Tropic of Cancer
|4.||Oct 22, 2004:||Memory Select |
|2.||Jan 16, 2009:||Memory Select |
|5.||Oct 14, 2004:||Umami Jazz Program |
Tropic of Cancer
|3.||Jul 19, 2005:||Umami Jazz Program |
|6.||Oct 08, 2004:||Memory Select |
Funky stuff with sci-fi leanings and dance-music technology. Loud and gloopy, mostly a dark atmosphere. What's cool is that this is Charlie Hunter (guitar) and Bobby Previte (drums), sounding very different from usual.|
Sounds include fast basslines and liquid wah-wah splashes from Hunter ... drum-machine electronics set up by Previte ... and Greg Osby (sax) sounding like his usual cerebral-funky self, but often filtered or processed.
This is the first in, apparently, a trilogy of trios, each with Hunter and Previte and a special guest. Can't wait for the others.
1- Harsh swooping noises, dark sax near the end
2- Nice mid/fast groove, mixed-up feel
3- Mystery groove, some cool midtempo guitar
4- Insistent hammering squeal. Short.
5- Fast and chill. Starts quiet.
6- A cool urban groove.
7- Sparse and snappy, fairly fast
8- A series of small episodes. Lots of strange noises and some sampled vocals later; also a couple of short grooves.
9- Spacey landscape with filtered, curled-up sax solo
10- Midtempo and melancholy, with clear sax sound.
11- Drifting and eerie
|2.||Arctic Circle||7.||Tropic of Capricorn|
|3.||40TH Parallel||8.||Horse Latitudes South|
|4.||Horse Latitudes North||9.||Tropic of Calms|
|5.||Tropic of Cancer||10.||Antarctic Circle|