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(Avant-Garde Jazz, Fusion, Art-Punk, Experimental Rock) Marc Ribot's Ceramic Dog (Ches Smith, Shahzad Ismaily) - Your Turn - 2013, FLAC (tracks+.cue), lossless

(Avant-Garde Jazz, Fusion, Art-Punk, Experimental Rock) Marc Ribot's Ceramic Dog (Ches Smith, Shahzad Ismaily) - Your Turn - 2013, FLAC (tracks+.cue), lossless
Треклист:
ceramic dog / your turn
Жанр: Avant-Garde Jazz, Fusion, Art-Punk, Experimental Rock
Страна-производитель диска: EU
Год издания: 2013
Издатель (лейбл): Yellowbird Records
Номер по каталогу: yeb-7735-2
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: tracks+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 52:04
Источник (релизер): спасибо papagalaki336
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да
Треклист:
01. Lies my body told me
02. Your turn
03. Masters of the internet
04. Ritual slaughter
05. Avanti popolo
06. Ain't gonna let them turn us round
07. Bread and roses
08. Prayer
09. Mr. Pants goes to Hollywood
10. The kid is back!
11. Take 5
12. We are the professionals
13. Special snowflake
 
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Description
Sophistication has many faces. Certainly among guitar players. Marc Ribot is known to be one of his kin's most unusual protagonists since his brash trashy trademark sound and stubborn intonation enriched Tom Waits' classic Rain Dogs album (1985). With Your Turn, second effort from his power trio Ceramic Dog, the multifunctional guitarist from New York has succeeded to produce a gorgeously dirty sounding album. An exceptionally nasty free-funk-psych-electro-punk-bastard, feedbacking with self conscience, withdrawing from the jazz policemens' pull as well as the homuncule idea of one per se „upright“ rock music. Present music. And now let him who is without sin cast the first stone in the glass house:
Download this music for free / we like it when you do. / We don’t have homes or families to feed / we’re not human like you. / We live inside your ipod / we have no goddess or god. / We’re slaves who only live to serve the masters of the internet. („Masters Of The Internet“)
Loud and merciless, in well-planned scratched up Arabic sound conditions the trio forces it's way straight out of the garage, gets it's teeth into Brubeck's jazz classic „Take Five“, deconstructs, kicks and clatters to finally unleash it sharpened, relevant and in contemporary condition. This is 21st century jazz, played by a rock group.
Admittedly not your everyday rock group. Shahzad Ismaily (bass, electronics) and Ches Smith (drums) are among the most independent musicians in US-improv-/experimental underground. Individualistic team players committing their extraordinary skills to the sound of the band. Their many experiences come from such diverse musicians as Will Oldham, Yoko Ono, Tim Berne, Wadada Leo Smith and bands like Xiu Xiu and Mr. Bungle.
Ribot's reference list is merely endless. A garage rocker in various bands while simultaneously taking classic guitar lessons as a youngster, Ribot (*1954) has played with Wilson Pickett, Elvis Costello, Marianne Faithful, Caetano Veloso, James Carter, Alain Bashung, Marisa Monte, Madeleine Peyroux, Allen Toussaint, David Sylvian, Alison Krauss & Robert Plant, The Black Keys plus countless others in the last 30 years. He is a longtime contributor for John Zorn's records and has released 19 albums of his own featuring the music of Albert Ayler, cuban pop music and punk-noise-fusion with band projects such as Rootless Cosmopolitans or Shrek. Other than Ceramic Dog which, as Ribot is eager to point out, is NOT a project but a REAL band. Right on.
With the skeletonized post-punk-blues of „Lies My Body Told Me“ Your Turn begins, one truly physical love lamento. „The Kid Is Back“ is a devious little swing tune, while the emphatic scoring of US-poet James Oppenheim's (1882–1932) „Bread And Roses“ evokes and promotes true life beyond the state of mere existence. Weird time signatures, shattering highspeed jazzrock, rattling tin cup Americana, something that sounds like Sonic Youth broken down into Neil Young's Crazy Horse. Ribot proves to be a punchy untreated vocalist between mid-70's NYC punkrock, quiet ballading and somewhat sarcastic rap.
The instrumental „Prayer“ may go for Your Turn's center piece. Baffling and startling yet comforting the album's virtues are merging here. Ribot's Fork-and-knife-guitar carries the piece halfway through, alone and so andearingly that Ismaily's and Smith's abrupt entry comes completely unexpected. A prayer without words adressed to no God whatsoever. Lustful, phat, emotional, contemplative: Truly spiritual.
As you can see in the cover art, this album is about unfairness, injustice and rage. It's a political album.
This is Marc's statement below:
Second records are a bitch (or, if “bitch” is too offensive, ”notoriously hard to nail down,” No? We thought about this one for 2 years - and even tried to make it a few times.
Finally we got it right - meaning, we got it to sound wrong exactly like us.If you listen closely, you can hear the rage, hope, disappointment, ritual excess, love and anarchy that were in our personal and collective airspace during those years. There were (and - we hope - will continue to be) several kinds of riots going on (“Lies My Body Told Me,” “Bread and Roses”). And yes, the CD is “political,” (see “Avanti Popolo,” “Ain't Gonna Let Them Turn Me ‘Round”). But what fun is raging against the machine if you can't also rage against the bar line and the tonal system (“Take Five,” “Rritual Slaughter", “Your Turn”)? The astute listener will note our wry comment on the contradictions of producing a recording during the collapse of the industry which once paid for recordings to be produced ("We Are the Professionals,” “Masters of the Internet” and the attached manifesto). The very astute listener with really expensive headphones may hear the water pipes in the basement on Rivington and Allen where we recorded about half the tracks (the guitar amp isolation booth looked a lot like a bathroom). Those searching for rigorously applied formal constraints may have to wait. Ceramic Dogs just wanna have fun.
 
AMG
Party Intellectuals was a stellar debut album and it seems Ceramic Dog was pretty geared up for the follow-up, Your Turn. It's just as eclectic, just as rocking, and just as twisted, and has plenty of raw, noisy guitar. Your Turn is just a bit leaner with no songs even close to breaking six minutes. Easing in with "Lies My Body Told Me," the tune quickly gathers steam and snarling guitars until the band is pretty much at full-throttle for "Your Turn," an absolute scorcher. "Masters of the Internet" is a hilarious, sarcastic commentary on today's music business set to an ominous Middle Eastern dirge. "Ritual Slaughter" threatens to go off the rails at any moment but somehow manages not to. Ribot is just burning while Ches and Shahzad kick it hard. "Avanti Popolo" is a short little march that leads to "Ain't Gonna Let Us Turn Them Around," a sparse little ditty set to a reggae beat with clanking percussion and a guitar tone that sounds more like the distorted mbiras of Konono No. 1. "Bread and Roses" is an angry sort of protest tune inspired by a poem originally written in support of women's rights in 1911 but which was later given music and adopted by the labor movement in the '70s (this one features another great guitar solo). "Prayer" alternates loud and soft (but it's always pretty raw and nasty) before finding a groove and some great white-noise fuzz-wah guitar. "Mr. Pants Goes to Hollywood" is a loopy, elliptical track with a tick-tock rhythm and crazy sonic palette. "The Kid Is Back" is funny, bent vocal jazz with Cole Porter-esque phrasing which leads to the skronkiest "Take 5" you're likely to ever hear (yes, it's great). "We Are the Professionals" is another funny one with Ceramic Dog showing off their Beastie Boys side. The album ends with a Ches Smith-penned stomping. The whole album is a blast. Ribot's vocals have never been anything to write home about, but they suit this material perfectly. Instrumentally, this band can do nearly anything. Party Intellectuals may have set the bar high, but Your Turn is definitely a worthy follow-up. (Sean Westergaard)
 
freejazzblog
Marc Ribot says it best when he sings 'why burn like a crazy Roman candle when you've got a hand grenade'. Musical shrapnel, sharp lyrics and well conceived mayhem explode from the second recording by Ribot's Ceramic Dog.
Your Turn is seething, powerful, delightful, and one heck of a rock album. The collection of songs run the gamut from stomping punk ('The Professionals') to campy fun ('Back in Love Again') to avant rock ('Your Turn'), all lovingly draped in a dark and brittle sound that embraces the decay that goes along with beauty (or perhaps finds the beauty that exists in decay?). Regardless, with Shahzad Ismaily on bass and electronics and Ches Smith on drums, the group can be both hard hitting and nuanced.
One striking aspect of the recording is the perfect setting Ribot created for his singing and lyrical prowess. The intro to "Lies My Body Told Me" sounds to me a little bit like if Morphine was fronted by Gordon Gano, before exploding with the vibrant and dark intensity that fills the album. I won't delve into the ironic and witty lyrical content, but I am excited to let you discover the wit and pointed criticism to be found in 'Masters of the Internet' and sheer joy of 'The Kid is Back'.
On Your Turn, Ribot seems to have brought together many sides of his musical career. From the more song based structures found in his support work with Tom Waits and many others, to his restless experimental work on his own recordings with say the Rootless Cosmopolitans, to his dark instrumental rumination that exist throughout solo efforts like Saints and even Silent Movies. Elements that have appeared throughout are assembled into a cohesive whole, and when aggressive avant-punk-jazz juxtaposes with Tin Pan Alley chord progressions, it makes perfect sense. (Paul Acquaro)
 
Состав

marc ribot - guitars, vocals, trumpet, E-flat horn, melodica
shahzad ismaily - bass, synthesizers, vocals
ches smith - drums, percussion, vocals, keys (13)
guests:
eszter balint - vocals (1, 6, 10), melodica (9), organ (10), violin (13)
keefus ciancia - samples (3, 7, 8, 12)
arto lindsay - electric guitar (10)
dan willis - oboe, zurna (3)
Any questions -> support@pro-jazz.com. По всем вопросам пишите -> support@pro-jazz.com
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