|Borgo, David / Reverence for Uncertainty|
|Album:||Reverence for Uncertainty||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Borgo, David||Added:||Feb 2005|
|Add Date:||2005-02-06||Pull Date:||2005-04-10||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Apr 10||Mar 13||Mar 6||Feb 27||Feb 13|
|1.||Apr 08, 2005:||Memory Select |
On the Five, Tenochtitlan
|4.||Mar 01, 2005:||Umami Jazz Program |
|2.||Apr 05, 2005:||Umami Jazz Program |
|5.||Feb 22, 2005:||Umami Jazz Program |
On the Five
|3.||Mar 11, 2005:||Memory Select |
On the Five
|6.||Feb 11, 2005:||Memory Select |
Mostly improvised settings featuring saxophonist Borgo in small groups with various friends, including George Lewis (trombone), Rober Reigle (sax), and Bertram Turetzky (bass). |
Sticks mostly to energetic free-jazzy territory. Tracks 2,4,8,12 are composed and have nice mainstream elements, and 13 has a catchy jazzy feel.
1- Percolating jam with drums, starts slow but gets cooking
*2- Rolling midtempo theme and nice two-sax soloing
3- Three-sax blare, mostly slow and brash
4- Driving mid/fast, with lengthy free chaos. Quintet.
5- Exotic mid-Eastern feel, lots of percussion. Fast but quiet.
6- Quiet percussion; second half louder and slowish
7- Solo "claumeau" (clarinet-like). Quiet and exotic.
*8- With piano. Starts romantic, gets stormy and mad
9- Three-sax attack: a long-tone blare, then combat swirling
*10- Fast sax/drums duet (long drum intro)
11- Low, mysterious rumble with bass & drums. Aggressive end.
12- With piano. Rational composed start dissolves into a rumble
*13- Cool street-jazz jam with percussion.
|1.||Sum-Thing From No-Thing||7.||Conversations with the Not-|
|2.||On the Five||8.||Miko|
|5.||Tenochtitlan||11.||Reverence for Uncertainty|
|6.||In the Land of In-Between||12.||Rivers of Consciousness|