(Avant-Garde Jazz, Contemporary) [WEB] Zanussi 5 (Kjetil Moster, Jorgen Mathisen, Eirik Hegdal, Per Zanussi, Gard Nilssen) - Live In Coimbra - 2014, FLAC (tracks), lossless

(Avant-Garde Jazz, Contemporary) [WEB] Zanussi 5 (Kjetil Moster, Jorgen Mathisen, Eirik Hegdal, Per Zanussi, Gard Nilssen) - Live In Coimbra - 2014, FLAC (tracks), lossless
ZANUSSI 5 LIVE IN COIMBRA Жанр: Avant-Garde Jazz, Contemporary
Год издания: 2014
Издатель (лейбл): Clean Feed
Номер по каталогу: CF 314
Страна исполнителя (группы): Norway
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: tracks
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 47:35
Источник (релизер): WEB спасибо rafio
Наличие сканов: нет
1. Celestial
2. Blood Flower
3. Hidden People
4. Double Dream
5. All Wrath
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Recorded live in Coimbra, Portugal, during the 2013 edition of the Jazz ao Centro festival, this is how the quintet led by Per Zanussi sounds on stage. Energetic and lyrical, combining free improvisation and melodic structures, "Live in Coimbra" offers a unique, almost surrealistic perspective of the jazz idiom. The saxophone front (doubled with clarinets) is half of the secret: Kjetil Moster, Eirik Hegdal and Jorgen Mathisen seamlessly move between sounding like the entire horn section of a jazz big band and a woodwind chamber ensemble. Behind them is the always assertive bass played by Zanussi, and the motoric drums of Gard Nilssen. The music is funky, with a rhytmic undercurrent at all times. Zanussi 5 also delve into strange, cinematic soundscapes, reminiscent of fifties exotica. It's like a kaleidoscope, always changing colors and shapes. Just listen.
Here, Norwegian master bassist Per Zanussi is the leader and director of operations. Recorded live at a Portuguese jazz festival, the three-man reed section weaves mega contrasts and disparate tonalities into the mix with subtle or pronounced variances, contrapuntal phrasings, and sweltering, rough-hewn ostinatos. They embrace Middle Eastern modalities, free bop, funk and other genres via tempestuous solo spots, tuneful choruses and powerful exchanges, equating to a kaleidoscopic exhibition.
On the final track "All Wrath," the band dishes out a manifold array of applications, highlighting its diversity. The musicians launch a mid-tempo Latin tinged vamp, where the reedman tinker and toy atop the beat, then launch into blustery, brawny and snaking unison choruses. The frontline pops, squeaks and plunges into a heavy-handed groove and at times, signal a revision of a typical 60s style mainstream Latin-jazz sequence often heard in adventure flicks. However, they find refuge within a modernists' like slant and churn out boisterous solo spots, emphasized by Eirik Hegdal's frothy baritone sax lines above the resounding bass and drums pulse. But matters quiet down with understated ebb and flow process as they veer into a jazz waltz motif and bop, amid a few immersions into modern mainstream jazz fare. One of many positive attributes is how the quintet executes transparent shifts in strategy, where surprises occur on a continual and purposeful basis. An air of excitement underscores this first-rate program. (Glenn Astarita)

Kjetil Moster - tenor & soprano saxophone, clarinet
Jorgen Mathisen - tenor saxophone, clarinet
Eirik Hegdal - baritone saxophone, clarinet
Per Zanussi - double bass
Gard Nilssen - drums
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