Вы используете незарегистрированную версию компонента "Вкладки"!

Поиск

(Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Improvisation) [CD] Rodrigo Amado (with Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler, Chris Corsano) - This Is Our Language - 2015, FLAC (tracks+.cue), lossless

(Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Improvisation) [CD] Rodrigo Amado (with Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler, Chris Corsano) - This Is Our Language - 2015, FLAC (tracks+.cue), lossless
Треклист:
' RODRIGO AMADO
THIS IS OUR LANGUAGE
Жанр: Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Improvisation
Страна-производитель диска: Poland
Год издания: 2015
Издатель (лейбл): Not Two Records
Номер по каталогу: MW 922-2
Страна исполнителя (группы): Portugal/USA
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: tracks+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 43:08
Источник (релизер): спасибо 6060842
Наличие сканов: front
Треклист:
1 The Primal Word
2 This Is Our Language
3 Theory of Mind (For Joe)
4 Ritual Evolution
5 Human Behavior
 
Лог создания рипа
X Lossless Decoder version 20141129a (148.2)
XLD extraction logfile from 2015-11-26 11:12:47 +0300
Rodrigo Amado, Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler, Chris Corsano / This Is Our Language
Used drive : HL-DT-ST DVDRW GX30N (revision RP09)
Media type : Pressed CD
Ripper mode : XLD Secure Ripper
Disable audio cache : OK for the drive with a cache less than 1375KiB
Make use of C2 pointers : NO
Read offset correction : 6
Max retry count : 100
Gap status : Analyzed, Appended (except HTOA)
TOC of the extracted CD
Track | Start | Length | Start sector | End sector
---------------------------------------------------------
1 | 00:00:00 | 06:44:24 | 0 | 30323
2 | 06:44:24 | 11:21:43 | 30324 | 81441
3 | 18:05:67 | 06:26:15 | 81442 | 110406
4 | 24:32:07 | 08:19:48 | 110407 | 147879
5 | 32:51:55 | 10:24:64 | 147880 | 194743
AccurateRip Summary (DiscID: 00089e3d-00288103-400a2405)
Track 01 : OK (v2, confidence 1/1)
Track 02 : OK (v2, confidence 1/1)
Track 03 : OK (v2, confidence 1/1)
Track 04 : OK (v2, confidence 1/1)
Track 05 : OK (v2, confidence 1/1)
->All tracks accurately ripped.
All Tracks
Album gain : -5.31 dB
Peak : 0.991943
Statistics
Read error : 0
Jitter error (maybe fixed) : 0
Retry sector count : 0
Damaged sector count : 0
Track 01
Filename : /Users/anch/Music/Grabbed/Rodrigo Amado, Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler, Chris Corsano/F 2015 - This Is Our Language/01 - The Primal Word.flac
Pre-gap length : 00:02:00
Track gain : -1.45 dB
Peak : 0.497559
CRC32 hash (test run) : 96747743
CRC32 hash : 96747743
CRC32 hash (skip zero) : 3FB8407E
AccurateRip v1 signature : F9D16502
AccurateRip v2 signature : 9250523D
->Accurately ripped (v2, confidence 1/1)
Statistics
Read error : 0
Jitter error (maybe fixed) : 0
Retry sector count : 0
Damaged sector count : 0
Track 02
Filename : /Users/anch/Music/Grabbed/Rodrigo Amado, Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler, Chris Corsano/F 2015 - This Is Our Language/02 - This Is Our Language.flac
Pre-gap length : 00:02:00
Track gain : -5.61 dB
Peak : 0.991943
CRC32 hash (test run) : FB74C480
CRC32 hash : FB74C480
CRC32 hash (skip zero) : 97BB2917
AccurateRip v1 signature : 0332E1CB
AccurateRip v2 signature : 27D15ED2
->Accurately ripped (v2, confidence 1/1)
Statistics
Read error : 0
Jitter error (maybe fixed) : 0
Retry sector count : 0
Damaged sector count : 0
Track 03
Filename : /Users/anch/Music/Grabbed/Rodrigo Amado, Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler, Chris Corsano/F 2015 - This Is Our Language/03 - Theory Of Mind (For Joe).flac
Pre-gap length : 00:02:00
Track gain : -5.93 dB
Peak : 0.991943
CRC32 hash (test run) : B5CB4823
CRC32 hash : B5CB4823
CRC32 hash (skip zero) : 43047CD2
AccurateRip v1 signature : 8B1E9BC9
AccurateRip v2 signature : 8CA44D4B
->Accurately ripped (v2, confidence 1/1)
Statistics
Read error : 0
Jitter error (maybe fixed) : 0
Retry sector count : 0
Damaged sector count : 0
Track 04
Filename : /Users/anch/Music/Grabbed/Rodrigo Amado, Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler, Chris Corsano/F 2015 - This Is Our Language/04 - Ritual Evolution.flac
Pre-gap length : 00:02:00
Track gain : -4.16 dB
Peak : 0.991943
CRC32 hash (test run) : D67F73E5
CRC32 hash : D67F73E5
CRC32 hash (skip zero) : E59AF50D
AccurateRip v1 signature : A18CB741
AccurateRip v2 signature : 88997DE0
->Accurately ripped (v2, confidence 1/1)
Statistics
Read error : 0
Jitter error (maybe fixed) : 0
Retry sector count : 0
Damaged sector count : 0
Track 05
Filename : /Users/anch/Music/Grabbed/Rodrigo Amado, Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler, Chris Corsano/F 2015 - This Is Our Language/05 - Human Behavior.flac
Pre-gap length : 00:02:00
Track gain : -6.28 dB
Peak : 0.991913
CRC32 hash (test run) : B46BB3CA
CRC32 hash : B46BB3CA
CRC32 hash (skip zero) : 1C8D6950
AccurateRip v1 signature : B6F61463
AccurateRip v2 signature : 04038ED7
->Accurately ripped (v2, confidence 1/1)
Statistics
Read error : 0
Jitter error (maybe fixed) : 0
Retry sector count : 0
Damaged sector count : 0
No errors occurred
End of status report
-----BEGIN XLD SIGNATURE-----
1DAWFSSd_oCmZ7YaomZR0c2mZVnXfSNn8l9ZyLhwhaEjwg1_KDyHcwAObGcoYRAOt1y_NFG06VwsGdmSbQvlNh9Scg3LJ3uEF0Err3G
-----END XLD SIGNATURE-----
 
Содержание индексной карты (.CUE)
TITLE "This Is Our Language"
PERFORMER "Rodrigo Amado, Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler, Chris Corsano"
REM GENRE "Free Jazz"
REM DATE "2015"
REM DISCNUMBER 1
REM TOTALDISCS 1
REM DISCID 400A2405
REM REPLAYGAIN_ALBUM_GAIN -5.31 dB
REM REPLAYGAIN_ALBUM_PEAK 0.991943
FILE "01 - The Primal Word.flac" WAVE
TRACK 01 AUDIO
TITLE "The Primal Word"
PERFORMER "Rodrigo Amado, Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler, Chris Corsano"
ISRC PLL601500922
REM COMMENT "Recorded at Namouche Studios, Lisbon, December 2nd, 2012"
REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN -1.45 dB
REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.497559
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TRACK 02 AUDIO
TITLE "This Is Our Language"
PERFORMER "Rodrigo Amado, Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler, Chris Corsano"
ISRC PLL601500923
REM COMMENT "Recorded at Namouche Studios, Lisbon, December 2nd, 2012"
REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN -5.61 dB
REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.991943
INDEX 00 06:42:24
FILE "02 - This Is Our Language.flac" WAVE
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TRACK 03 AUDIO
TITLE "Theory Of Mind (For Joe)"
PERFORMER "Rodrigo Amado, Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler, Chris Corsano"
ISRC PLL601500924
REM COMMENT "Recorded at Namouche Studios, Lisbon, December 2nd, 2012"
REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN -5.93 dB
REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.991943
INDEX 00 11:19:43
FILE "03 - Theory Of Mind (For Joe).flac" WAVE
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TRACK 04 AUDIO
TITLE "Ritual Evolution"
PERFORMER "Rodrigo Amado, Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler, Chris Corsano"
ISRC PLL601500925
REM COMMENT "Recorded at Namouche Studios, Lisbon, December 2nd, 2012"
REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN -4.16 dB
REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.991943
INDEX 00 06:24:15
FILE "04 - Ritual Evolution.flac" WAVE
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TRACK 05 AUDIO
TITLE "Human Behavior"
PERFORMER "Rodrigo Amado, Joe McPhee, Kent Kessler, Chris Corsano"
ISRC PLL601500926
REM COMMENT "Recorded at Namouche Studios, Lisbon, December 2nd, 2012"
REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN -6.28 dB
REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.991913
INDEX 00 08:17:48
FILE "05 - Human Behavior.flac" WAVE
INDEX 01 00:00:00
 
Об альбоме
 
AllAboutJazz
It was only a matter of time before this session was to be. Portuguese tenor saxophonist Rodrigo Amado had, for years, been gaining the attention of American players, and recording his Motion Trio with guests such as Peter Evans and Jeb Bishop. When he conceived of this quartet, it was hand-in-the-glove fit.
The title, This Is Our Language seems to refer to Ornette Coleman's This Is Our Music (Atlantic, 1961) and In All Languages (Caravan Of Dreams, 1987). Like the two Coleman recordings, separated by nearly thirty years, Amado's band is both before its time and, certainly of this moment.
Amado's tenor saxophone opens the disc, joined almost immediately by Joe McPhee's alto. The pair slowly weave a simple blues pattern until Kent Kessler's bass walks in. The Chicago bassist recorded two splendid discs with Amado and Paal Nilssen-Love a decade ago, plus his pulse held the famous McPhee/Peter Brötzmann disc Tales Out Of Time (Hatology, 2004) together. Amado and McPhee speak the language of Ornette, but also that of Albert Ayler. The title track opens with a drum solo by Chris Corsano, who is probably the best improvising non-jazz drummer working today. His music, which can be heard on two stellar duo recordings with McPhee on Roaratorio Records, refuses to be limited by the moniker jazz. The immediacy of the sound rushes past. McPhee's pocket trumpet ignites Amado. Both players break the speed limit, urged on by Kessler's pace. The music slows, then a vocalized trumpet with breath is interlaced with Amado's quiet solo to bring the piece to an end.
The open piece "Ritual Evolution," quiets itself with bowed bass and hand drumming while McPhee's pocket trumpet and Amado's tenor. As the music picks up speed, it develops and organizes itself by way of the blues (what else) into a reasoned pattern. The same can be said for "Human Behavior," that opens with a tenor/drum duo before spreading out into an energy piece, then an extended bass solo that folds back into McPhee's bright trumpet. Amado and Corsano lay out, as McPhee delivers his now infamous extended technique solos. The music is compelling as a quartet, in duos, trio, and just listening to each player solo.
4,5/5 stars
(Mark Corroto)
 
freejazzblog
One recent September evening, my ears mostly deafened by the muscular performance of London Ontario’s legendary noise progenitors The Nihilist Spasm Band, I floated towards the bar and ordered a beer. Joe McPhee, who had guested that evening on pocket trumpet (and styrofoam cup) materialized to my left. I immediately introduced myself and gushed praise about his new release This Is Our Language on Poland’s venerable Not Two label, which I had received only a week or two earlier. Mr. McPhee’s eyes widened. “You have that?!” he asked incredulously. “I don’t have a copy yet. I’ve been on the road though, so maybe it’s waiting for me at home.” I explained that I’d been captivated by the beautiful album art on Rodrigo Amado’s website (www.rodrigoamado.com - who’s as capable a photographer as he is a musician), and had purchased it directly from label head Marek Winiarski.
The classic idiom, “Don’t judge a book by its cover” does not apply to this album. Even a cursory glance at This Is Our Language would stop a casual reader of this blog in their tracks. There’s clearly something special on offer here. A crisp block white typeface - the kind favored by Peter Brotzmann - announces the album title over a largely black background. The four musicians (leader Rodrigo Amado on tenor saxophone, Joe McPhee on pocket trumpet and alto saxophone, bassist Kent Kessler, and drummer Chris Corsano) are spotlit in a sparse, gentle yellow. The four figures are concealed and not immediately obvious - much like the ideas contained on the disc.
This Is Our Language is a natural extension of the similarly titled This Is Our Music by the Ornette Coleman Quartet (Atlantic, 1961). Amado’s group enjoys the same clairvoyant chemistry as Coleman’s did, and are no less equipped to deliver their message. Amado et al. summarize and expound upon the fifty-odd years of achievements in free jazz that have passed since Coleman’s opus. Ken Burns’ 2001 PBS miniseries Jazz may not have adequately covered the scope of this criminally neglected sub-genre, but fourteen years later, Amado has.
The album opens with Amado and McPhee slowly interlacing phrases in the aptly titled, ‘The Primal Word’, a sedate soundscape which mirrors the mysterious aura of the cover. Interactions liven with the inclusion of an inquisitive Kessler at the two-minute mark. ‘This Is Our Language’ begins with McPhee playfully imitating a swanee whistle, and Corsano leads us gracefully towards incendiary statements from both McPhee and Amado. The two summon the melodic auras of Don Cherry and Ornette Coleman while maintaining their own modern, pointed attacks. McPhee bubbles with youthful and joyous creativity, vocalizing into his horn, his moans blurring into smeared notes. The disc’s final track, ‘Human Behaviour’, draws on the duo interplay of McPhee and Amado that began the disc. At this point the group’s sound has blown wide open and the mystery is revealed, Kessler’s strings buzzing against the fretboard earnestly and without abandon. McPhee appears a final time delivering at first ringing, almost stately lines that eventually dissolve into spiraling, sonic spurts.
Lisbon’s Rodrigo Amado has chosen a crack team of improvisers with whom to present his vocabulary. With This Is Our Language, he has succeeded in uniting the varied parlances of creative musicians around the world. Over the span of forty-three minutes, Amado has condensed a diverse array of concepts that blossom and mature with each listening. This is a commanding and authoritative recording that should not be missed.
5/5 stars!
(Peter Gough)
 
Состав
Rodrigo Amado – tenor saxophone
Joe McPhee – pocket trumpet, alto saxophone
Kent Kessler – double bass
Chris Corsano – drums
По всем вопросам пишите личное сообщение пользователю M0p94ok.
18:26
198
Нет комментариев. Ваш будет первым!