|Butcher/Muller/Van Der Schyff / Way Out Northwest|
|Album:||Way Out Northwest||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Butcher/Muller/Van Der Schyff||Added:||03/2008|
|Add Date:||2008-04-13||Pull Date:||2008-06-15||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||15 Jun||1 Jun||18 May||4 May|
|1.||Jun 13, 2008:||Memory Select |
Sibila E Succhia
|3.||May 16, 2008:||Memory Select |
Häufig Eine Hydraulische Metaphertendenz
|2.||May 30, 2008:||Memory Select |
Sharpening The Windings Until They Roll Up, Roll Up, Roll Up And Snag On The Poi
|4.||May 02, 2008:||Memory Select |
Abstract improv with sax, bass, drums. Check track 5 for some nifty noises, or the brief track 6 for a jazzier feel. Every track is good, but they do tend to start slowly.|
John Butcher is a British saxophonist who's quite creative with unusual sounds (see 3,5). Torsten Muller on bass and Dylan van der Schyff on drums are two of Vancouver's top musicians for this sort of stuff.
1- Groany but fairly fast, touches of modern classical ideas, especially in a very quiet middle segment. A playful kind of seriousness, with some nice tension. Wraps up nicely.
2- A softer, murky journey, still mostly mid/fast, with plenty of sax tricks subtly folded into the flow
3- Delicate start. After 5 minutes, more aggressive with buzzing sax effects. Gets big and swirling near the end.
4- Fairly quiet but busy, a dry clatter. Chirpy sax, builds a nice flow. Last 2 minutes get into fun fluttering sax.
5- Quiet air-through-the-horn whistles and clicks, a neat and almost exotic sound. Ends up a noisy flow with puckered sax pops.
6- Nearly tuneful, with loping bass and swingy, Steve Lacy-like soprano sax
|1.||Häufig Eine Hydraulische Metaphertendenz||4.||Sharpening The Windings Until They Roll Up, Roll Up, Roll Up And Snag On The Poi|
|2.||Magic Clock Machine||5.||Taktgebertendenz|
|3.||Sibila E Succhia||6.||Gone, Goner|