|Add Date:||2005-09-11||Pull Date:||2005-11-13||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Nov 13||Oct 30||Oct 23||Sep 25||Sep 18|
|1.||Jul 25, 2006:||Umami Jazz Program
|4.||Nov 08, 2005:||Umami Jazz Program
|2.||Jan 27, 2006:||Memory Select
Ahimsa (Non-Violence) #2
|5.||Oct 25, 2005:||Umami Jazz Program
Seruba (Take 1)
|3.||Nov 11, 2005:||Memory Select
|6.||Oct 21, 2005:||Memory Select
Jumpin in (Take 2)
Compositions tend to be minimalist, with multiple players carving simple pulses or even one repeated note (N.B. "minimalist" doesn't mean "quiet" -- this is often brash, kicking stuff). That contributes to the fresh sound of the CD but can get on your nerves, too.
1- Jazzy monochrome pulses. Spare at first, gets into a swingy space halfway through. Lots of scribbly improv thorughout.
2- Quiet start builds to improv jam, lots of fast-flowing lines
3- Fast, punchy, dramatic (a climbing-scale theme early on), into an African-influenced jam
4- Quiet swampy sounds, fairly fast pace
5- Lots of fast but spare soloing; bright and jumpy overall
6- Reprise of #2, but more fierce
7- A fairly fast, popping theme
8- Reprise of #5, brighter. First trumpet solo packs more.
|1.||Boogie on Lenjeno||5.||Jumpin in|
|2.||Seruba (Take 2)||6.||Seruba (Take 1)|
|3.||Mwindo||7.||Ahimsa (Non-Violence) #2|
|4.||Go||8.||Jumpin in (Take 2)|