|Futterman/Fielder/Levin Trio / Traveling Through Now|
|Album:||Traveling Through Now||Collection:||Jazz|
|Label:||Charles Lester Music|
|Add Date:||2008-11-16||Pull Date:||2009-01-18||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||18 Jan||11 Jan||4 Jan||28 Dec||14 Dec||7 Dec|
|1.||Jan 17, 2009:||On The Warpath |
|4.||Jan 02, 2009:||Memory Select |
|2.||Jan 16, 2009:||Memory Select |
|5.||Dec 25, 2008:||Music Casserole |
|3.||Jan 09, 2009:||Memory Select |
|6.||Dec 12, 2008:||Memory Select |
Free jazz trio, improvised work that's usually high-energy and does sound tangibly jazzy. Gets tangly and furious.|
Futterman favors a big piano attack, a cross between Cecil Taylor madness and that McCoy Tyner grand-ocean-waves sound of the '60s. He'll switch to saxophone sometimes for some nice sparring with Ike Levin, who puts up a good free-jazz front himself.
Another nice long session (it sounds like one long piece, split into tracks for programming convenience) from some guys who've been playing together a long time.
1- 15 seconds of talking, then dives straight into some fast, hard work.
2- Drum patter, into interesting two-sax work
3- BIG piano enters. Later, a cool splattery piano solo
4- Slower, nearly romantic. Quiet, tender.
5- Still slow, with a very 'nice' piano & bass clarinet part. Builds up intensity.
6- Wailing sax + bass clarinet. Some bluesy tones at the start.
7- Coltrane-like, towering feel, into a raging tumult. Ends soft and nice
8- Thoughtful drum solo. Slow, warbling saxes.
9- Slow ocean-waves feel. Gets into a fast but low-level flow, deft and purposeful but not too wild
10- Some thundring bombast. Ends on a compelling, tense chord repeated on the piano
|1.||Primal Center||6.||Moment Dweller|
|4.||Life's Whisper||9.||Triple Question|
|5.||Dance Of Discovery||10.||Freescapes|