|Carrier/Redman/Donato/Seguin/Lambert / Open Spaces|
|Add Date:||2006-11-05||Pull Date:||2007-01-07||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Jan 7||Dec 17||Nov 19||Nov 12|
|1.||Jan 04, 2007:||Lines and Dots |
|4.||Nov 13, 2006:||Municipal Waste |
With The Flow
|2.||Dec 15, 2006:||Memory Select - guest Amy X. Neuburg |
|5.||Nov 07, 2006:||Subcutaneous Phycomycosis |
|3.||Nov 17, 2006:||Memory Select |
With The Flow
Dusky free jazz harkening back to the '70s "loft" era, a quintet centered on the two-sax tandem of Francois Carrier and Dewey Redman. Not a big frenzied blowout but a nicely sculpted session with compositions that form a rich platform for launching energetic solos. Really great stuff; if the long track titles daunt you, try excerpting the first minutes (fading out on the bass solo) or the closing minutes. |
1- Pensive, slow sax builds into a cold frenzy, nice. Middle segment with a bass solo. Ends in a nice midtempo jam.
2- Bouncy theme with slight Middle-East exotic touch, catchy. Goes for 6 minutes, then a long bass solo. Some fleet sax work in the awesome closing minutes, coolly joyous.
3- Lovely, lonely sax (it's a great moment after about two minutes when the drums kick in). Nice frenzy after the bass solo. Final couple of minutes get swingy.
|1.||Going Through||2.||Open Spaces|
|3.||With The Flow|