(Contemporary Jazz, Ethnic) [WEB] Miguel Zenon (ft. Luis Perdomo, Hans Glawischnig, Chris Cheek, Will Vinson, Henry Cole, Alan Ferber, John Ellis, Michael Rodriguez a.o.) - Identities Are Changeable - 2014, FLAC (tracks), lossless

(Contemporary Jazz, Ethnic) [WEB] Miguel Zenon (ft. Luis Perdomo, Hans Glawischnig, Chris Cheek, Will Vinson, Henry Cole, Alan Ferber, John Ellis, Michael Rodriguez a.o.) - Identities Are Changeable - 2014, FLAC (tracks), lossless
Identities Are Changeable Жанр: Contemporary Jazz, Ethnic
Год издания: 2014
Издатель (лейбл): Miel Music
Страна исполнителя (группы): USA
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: tracks
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 75:43
Источник (релизер): WEB (спасибо AntiqZ)
Наличие сканов: front + booklet.pdf
1. ¿De Dónde Vienes? (Overture)
2. Identities are Changeable
3. My Home
4. Same Fight
5. First Language
6. Second Generation Lullaby
7. Through Culture and Tradition
8. ¿De Dónde Vienes? (Outro)
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It would simply be enough to just hear Miguel Zenón's saxophone; its fluid, darting, humming bird-like maneuvers, soulful and piercing. Yet as one of the most distinctive altos in jazz, the Grammy nominated and Guggenheim and MacArthur Fellow is also a gifted composer who continues to deliver insights into his culture as vividly expressed in 2011's Alma Adentro: The Puerto Rican Songbook and 2009's Esta Plena, both released on Marsalis Music.
His ninth recording as a leader, Identities Are Changeable, is an ambitious project that finds Zenón with his longtime quartet (Luis Perdomo, piano; Hans Glawischnig, bass; Henry Cole, drums) and a large ensemble dubbed the Identities Big Band. The creative hook though is how the music is interwoven through a series of English-language interviews Miguel Zenón conducted with seven New Yorkers of Puerto Rican descent addressing what it means to be Puerto Rican in 21st-century New York City; questions that mirror Zenón's own identity since he moved from San Juan to New York in 1998.
Commissioned as a multi-media work by Montclair State University's Peak Performances series, the album version combines music and interviews into a brilliant program of jazz and dialog. The interviewees—who include Zenón's sister Patricia—make their introductions during the "¿De Dónde Vienes?" amidst churning horns and a spirited tempo. During the eight composition song cycle personal insights into the individual's backgrounds and aspirations emerge as the music colors its own narration.
Zenón's brings a fresh stylistic approach as a composer marked by melodicism and intrepid charts communicated in the ebb and flow of "My Home" with its elegantly sweeping movement that culminate in a powerful cyclical horn pattern. "Same Fight" encompasses a swinging Harlemesque blues vibe with interviews speaking of the cultural commonalities between African Americans and Puerto Ricans within the city. Music highlights abound such as Glawischnig's impressive bass solo in "Second Generation Lullaby" and the horn section's tumultuous trades with Zenón's serpentine solos. The charts give life to the interviewees' comments moving through polyrhythmic changes and moods.
Thought-provoking interviews, memorable performances, and excellent composition, Zenón's Identities Are Changeable has a distinct identity all its own.
4,5/5 stars
(Mark F. Turner, AllAboutJazz)

Miguel Zenón - alto saxophone
Luis Perdomo - piano
Hans Glawischnig - bass
Henry Cole - drums
"Identities" Big Band
Will Vinson - alto saxophone
Michael Thomas - alto saxophones
Samir Zarif - tenor saxophone
John Ellis (solo on “Same Fight”) - tenor saxophone
Chris Cheek - baritone saxophone
Mat Jodrel - trumpet
Michael Rodriguez - trumpet
Alex Norris - trumpet
Jonathan Powell - trumpet
Ryan Keberle - trombone
Alan Ferber - trombone
Tim Albright (solo on “First Language”) - trombone
Альбом Мигеля Зенона посвящен жизни пуэрто-риканской диаспоры в Нью-Йорке, в связи с чем он решил вставить в музыкальное произведение интервью с несколькими членами этой самой диаспоры, размазав их по всем трекам. Что несколько напрягает, но, к счастью, данные фрагменты в основном приходятся на начало и конец композиций, а собственно музыка весьма интересная.
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