|Carter, Daniel/Ravi Padmanabha / Nivesana|
|Artist:||Carter, Daniel/Ravi Padmanabha||Added:||04/2006|
|Add Date:||2006-06-04||Pull Date:||2006-08-06||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||16 Jul||25 Jun||11 Jun|
|1.||Jul 14, 2006:||Memory Select |
|3.||Jun 09, 2006:||Memory Select |
Vines Stem To Flowers
|2.||Jun 23, 2006:||Memory Select |
Varied duets, with Daniel Carter on trumpet, sax, or flute, and Ravi Padmanabha on various instruments: tabla, drums, loops, unidentified Indian-sounding things. Tracks are apparently improvised, varying from outright jazz (3) to darkly ethereal, quasi-droning spaces with jazzy soloing (2). Great stuff, with Carter flashing some nice color on all instruments. |
Quieter tracks like 2,5,6 would go well with noise-friendly late-night shows...
1- Lonely, slow sax wail. Low-key, with groaning background.
2- Slightly dark and tense. Trumpet with groaning mystery sounds. Midtempo pace, gradually gains steam.
3- Tumbling free jazz: sax/drums, a "classic" sound
4- Tribal chant, midtempo, with looped rhythm sounds and a warmly jazzy sax. Builds in intensity, then the last 10 minutes are a casual jam.
5- Serene flute. Exotic Indian/Asian feel
6- Serene clarinet, meditative feel.
7- Wandering street sax. Light, quiet. Ends abruptly.
|2.||Vasana||5.||The Jewel Is In The Lotus|
|3.||Vines Stem To Flowers||6.||Remembrance|
|7.||Story Out Of Print|