|Fasteau, Kali Z./Kidd Jordan / People Of The Ninth|
|Album:||People Of The Ninth||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Fasteau, Kali Z./Kidd Jordan||Added:||10/2006|
|Add Date:||2006-12-10||Pull Date:||2007-02-11||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||4 Feb||21 Jan||14 Jan||31 Dec||17 Dec|
|1.||Feb 02, 2007:||Memory Select |
|4.||Dec 28, 2006:||"In Your Ear ..." with David Bug, when computers don't record correctly |
|2.||Jan 19, 2007:||Memory Select |
The Dynamite Question
|5.||Dec 15, 2006:||Memory Select - guest Amy X. Neuburg |
|3.||Jan 12, 2007:||Memory Select |
Right Of Return
Another set of free-jazz snippets from multi-instrumentalist Fasteau (frequently on piano), this time reflecting on Hurricane Katrina, so it's not all that happy. She is joined by saxophonist Kidd Jordan and drummer Michael Thompson -- similar configuration to last year's "Making Waves" CD. Lots of swirling-ocean piano, and some particularly tart, strangled sax from Jordan, who hails from New Orleans. |
Excellent stuff overall. FCC clean.
1- Halting slow confusion, gets screaming and tense
2- Squealy, screechy chaos; gets into a good fast jazzy spot
3- Fast fluttering sax under a nice tribal beat.
4- Asian flute: calming. Cool balaphon percussion, very "world"
5- Gloopy faux-whale noises; sax squeals
6- Plaintive sax wails. Later, a jazzy dance with piano.
7- Fairly fast and dark, w/energetic sax
8- Two-sax wailing, a darkly joyous feel
9- Fast, low-level sax/piano chaos. Artsy; builds steam.
10- Nicely jazzy jump, gets into high emotional squealing
11- Sad little lament (50 seconds)
12- Fast, tumbling, angry
13- Slowly soaring, melodic. Sad and strong, lots of resolve
|1.||Levees, Lies, And Lives||7.||Professor Jordan's Favorite Horse|
|2.||Rising Winds||8.||Mr. October|
|3.||Right Of Return||9.||Concentration Dome|
|4.||What Once Was||10.||Diaspora|
|5.||Whales' Advice||11.||Oil And Water|
|6.||Rescue Denied||12.||The Dynamite Question|