|Harrison, Joel / Harbor|
|Add Date:||2007-06-03||Pull Date:||2007-08-05||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||5 Aug||22 Jul||15 Jul||17 Jun||10 Jun|
|1.||Apr 26, 2008:||On the warpath |
|4.||Jul 12, 2007:||Memory Select, Late-Nite Edition |
|2.||Aug 03, 2007:||Memory Select |
|5.||Jun 15, 2007:||Memory Select -- Jeff Arnal interview |
You Bring The Rain
|3.||Jul 20, 2007:||Memory Select |
|6.||Jun 08, 2007:||Memory Select |
Mainstream stuff led by formerly local guitarist Harrison. Accessible and tuneful stuff with a mellow sheen, but Harrison isn't afraid to let his players cut loose a bit (1,2). He (or possibly fellow guitarist Nguyen Le) seems to like that rock-hero guitar sound, which can be a bit of a minus, but the overall atmosphere works. With Dave Binney on sax. Instrumental; FCC clean.|
1- Midtempo, easy feel, into a faster crazy guitar/drums space and a fast droney sax solo.
2- Darkly loping mid/fast. Slow burning rock guitar solo
3- Fast toe-tapper, based on Messaien's "Quartet for the End of Time." Intense soloing space.
4- Darkly pretty midtempo, builds to an intense swirl
5- Delicate intro, like cheesy soundtrack music. Gets into a more substantial swingy rhythm and some stronger melody.
6- Lyrical, soft melody. Mid/fast but a relaxed feel.
7- Strange mysterious feel, strong slowish beat. Indian-tinged guitar solo, then a crashing electric barrage.
8- Kind of a big dramatic sound, mid/fast. Energetic.
|1.||You Bring The Rain||5.||Hudson Shining|
|2.||Blue Ghosts Of Bourbon Street||6.||Harbor|
|3.||End Time||7.||American Babylon|
|4.||The Refugee||8.||Les Freres En Ut Majeur (Brothers In C Major)|