|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.||Fri, 28 Oct 05:||Wedge|
|4.||Fri, 30 Sep 05:||Wedge|
|2.||Fri, 21 Oct 05:||Wedge|
|5.||Tue, 27 Sep 05:||Ben|
Umami Jazz Program
|3.||Mon, 10 Oct 05:||Sunshine|
Sunshine ... in the Afternoon
|6.||Fri, 02 Sep 05:||Wedge|
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|