(Free Improvisation) [CD] Howard Riley Trio - Overground - 2001, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless

(Free Improvisation) [CD] Howard Riley Trio - Overground - 2001, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless
Howard Riley Trio / Overground
Жанр: Free Improvisation
Носитель: CD
Страна-производитель диска: UK
Год издания: 2001
Издатель (лейбл): Emanem
Номер по каталогу: 4054
Страна: UK
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 1:08:39
Источник (релизер): CD
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да
1 Loops 11:38
2 Pages 16:14
3 Spliced 10:07
4 Recognition 10:09
5 Overground 20:30
Лог создания рипа
Exact Audio Copy V1.0 beta 3 from 29. August 2011
EAC extraction logfile from 11. May 2014, 9:57
Howard Riley Trio / Overground
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Содержание индексной карты (.CUE)
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PERFORMER "Howard Riley Trio"
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TITLE "Pages"
PERFORMER "Howard Riley Trio"
INDEX 00 11:30:00
INDEX 01 11:38:00
INDEX 02 16:32:28
INDEX 03 23:55:72
TITLE "Spliced"
PERFORMER "Howard Riley Trio"
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INDEX 01 27:52:37
INDEX 02 28:11:21
INDEX 03 30:33:02
INDEX 04 30:49:73
INDEX 05 33:31:40
INDEX 06 33:48:61
INDEX 07 35:39:29
INDEX 08 35:56:61
INDEX 09 37:27:29
TITLE "Recognition"
PERFORMER "Howard Riley Trio"
INDEX 00 37:51:74
INDEX 01 37:59:74
INDEX 02 42:43:63
INDEX 03 47:22:00
TITLE "Overground"
PERFORMER "Howard Riley Trio"
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INDEX 01 48:09:10
INDEX 02 50:49:38
INDEX 03 55:50:44
INDEX 04 61:54:04
INDEX 05 65:13:56
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Скриншот спектра частот
Доп. информация: Recorded on 28 August 1974 & 1 November 1975
Об альбоме (сборнике)
Emanem has been busy mining historical recordings for gems, and as a consequence they have brought some valuable material to light. Overground, recorded in 1974-75, represents a step forward in the evolution of the same Howard Riley Trio that appeared in 1971 on Flight (Future Music) and more recently from 1973 on Synopsis (Emanem). Riley, unlike many free piano players, has a remarkable ability to eschew any sort of reflex or subconscious patterning: the listener gathers the sense that he chooses each note for each moment because it belongs in that particular context. He uses repetition as a conscious act to build tension, not as a tool to fill space. His companions on Overground, uber-bassist Barry Guy and drummer Tony Oxley, share the same commitment to freshness and spontaneity. The three-way conversations that result here overflow with surprise, epiphany, and wonder. Even on compositions where Riley specifies instrumentation (as on "Spliced") or uses graphic notation to enforce tone (as on "Overground"), the real beauty of Overground lies in the very spontaneous cycle of observation, statement, and reaction among these three musicians.
Three of the tracks on Overground feature the full trio. "Pages" is a duo performance between Riley and Oxley; and "Recognition" is an overdubbed piece for Riley alone. After the vivid conversational tone of the trio opener, the piano/bass duo "Pages" offers stark, eerie contrast. Toward the beginning and the end of this piece, both Oxley and Riley make extensive use of electronics to alter their tone and volume. The result of all the knob-twiddling is that the native sounds of the piano and drums disappear in a vast abyss of artificial noise. Even by mid-'70s standards, the live electronics here really explode the sonic pallette. At times stereo separation is the only way to tell who's playing what. When Riley and Oxley unplug toward the middle of this piece, they contruct more clearly resolved (and frankly, much more coherent) musical structures. The fiery exchanges that evolve out of the atomic mist bear some resemblance to Cecil Taylor's recorded drum duets with Oxley; but Riley tends to use both hands to reinforce themes, rather than playing one off the other to elevate tension. His rhythmic sense has more focus and clarity.
The overdubbed piece "Recognition" presents Riley's experiments combining acoustic and electronically-modified piano sounds. To these ears, this piece wanders off course a bit too often. As a result, it ends up more a celebration of noise than an exposition of developing musical ideas.
As a document of three intuitive, creative musicians working at the highest level or interaction, Overground is a brilliant success. In the purely acoustic setting, very few trios have ever reached this degree of cohesion, flow, and discovery. The intermittent use of electronics on this disc may distract some listeners—but if nothing else, it bears intrinsic value as a historical document of early experiments with live electronics in a free improv setting. Regardless, there's more than enough diversity of material on this disc to satisfy even the shortest attention span. [All About Jazz]
Double Bass, Bass Guitar – Barry Guy
Percussion, Electronics [Live] – Tony Oxley
Piano – Howard Riley
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