|Haas, Andy/Don Fiorino / Death Don't Have no Mercy|
|Album:||Death Don't Have no Mercy||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Haas, Andy/Don Fiorino||Added:||08/2005|
|Add Date:||2005-08-28||Pull Date:||2005-10-30||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||30 Oct||23 Oct||16 Oct||2 Oct||4 Sep|
|1.||Oct 28, 2005:||Memory Select |
|4.||Sep 30, 2005:||Memory Select |
Blood of Words
|2.||Oct 21, 2005:||Memory Select |
Come Marching Home
|5.||Sep 27, 2005:||Umami Jazz Program |
Ashes in the Sand
|3.||Oct 10, 2005:||Sunshine ... in the Afternoon |
Pharaoh in the Age of ...
|6.||Sep 02, 2005:||Memory Select |
Pharaoh in the Age of Hypocrisy
Duet improv pairing sax with slide guitar or dobro or similar instruments. The guitar side draws very heavily from traditional forms, adding country twang or cowboy-film atmosphere to otherwise abstract tracks (#1 being a good example).|
Think roots/blues/Americana with brainly improv tossed in. Simple idea with enjoyable results -- check this out, and start with #3, 6, 11, or 12 if you're not into cluttery artsy stuff. #2 worth noting if you ever have to play the national anthem.
1- Twangy! Dobro with gloopy electronics, also sax
2- The national anthem, done up jazz-improv style.
3- Mexican guitar and distant spacey sounds. Fast but calming.
4- With piri, a Korean flute. Mid/fast "world" sound, kinda nasal
5- Quiet, pretty. Electric guitar softly jumbles it up.
6- Native American feel w/flute. Mid/fast
7- Country twang, with scary sounds then sour-toned sax
8- Banjo abstractions plus sax, very artsy
9- Fuzzy electric guitar. Midtempo, casually noisy
10- Bluesy guitar + hyper flute.
11- Bluesy/country low-level jam: driven guitar, floaty sax bursts
12- "Que Sera Sera," a jazzy sax over soft guitar. Pretty at first; gets into a burbly midtempo ramble.
|2.||Anthem||8.||Come Marching Home|
|3.||Ashes in the Sand||9.||Germline Manipulation|
|4.||Sinawi Spirits||10.||Death Don't Have no Mercy|
|5.||Hymn||11.||Pharaoh in the Age of ...|
|6.||Blood of Words||12.||Que Sera, Sera|