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(Free Jazz) [CD] The Thing (Mats Gustafsson, Ingebrigt Haker Flaten, Paal Nilssen-Love) - Shake - 2015, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless

(Free Jazz) [CD] The Thing (Mats Gustafsson, Ingebrigt Haker Flaten, Paal Nilssen-Love) - Shake - 2015, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless
The Thing / Shake
Жанр: Free Jazz
Носитель: CD
Страна-производитель диска (релиза): Austria
Год издания: 2015
Издатель (лейбл): The Thing Records
Номер по каталогу: ‎TTR005CD
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 51:35
Источник (релизер): gssmg7
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: нет
01. Viking Disco / Perfection
02. Til Jord Skal Du Bli
03. The Nail Will Burn
04. Sigill
05. Aim
06. Bota Fogo
07. Fra Jord Er Du Kommet
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The Thing / Shake
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Доп. информация
Recorded June 1st and 2nd 2015
Об альбоме (сборнике)
In my review about The Thing’s last album Live, a collaboration with Thurston Moore, I said that they were my favorite band. So I was excited as usual when I picked up their new album and put it in my CD player … and it was not what I expected. To be honest, I was puzzled. Shake didn’t get me as promptly as Garage, Bag it, Mono or Boot, for example. But why was that so? Did that mean that their music was not as fascinating as before? Mats Gustafsson (saxes), Ingebrigt Håker Flaten (b) and Paal Nilssen-Love (dr) have followed an interesting concept with The Thing. They take the power of blues and heavy rock and mix it with the freedom of improvised music using the riff as the foundation of their pieces. They do this on Shake as well but it wouldn’t make sense if they had just repeated this idea over and over again, without trying out something different. What is new on this album are the three tracks with Scandinavian titles: Håker Flaten’s composition “Til Jord Skal Du Bli“ (Norwegian for “To Dust You Will Return“), Nilssen-Love’s “Fra Jord Er Du Kommet“ (meaning “From Earth You Have Come“) and Colin Bergh’s “Sigill“ (Swedish for "Sign" or "Emblem"). All three compositions are unusually reflective for The Thing. In “Sigill“ Gustafsson meditates gloomily over gongs and a hypnotic bass-line, the music sounds like one of Nick Cave’s murder ballads (just without lyrics). Nilssen-Love’s “Fra Jord Er Du Kommet“ quotes his solo album “Cut and Bleed“ using reverberant metal material. Gustafsson and Håker Flaten only add sparse notes here and there before a melodic waltz emerges almost out of nowhere. Together with “Til Jord Skal Du Bli“ the piece makes a spiritual pair, in which The Thing integrate music of their other, more traditional free jazz projects. However, there is still a great deal of the music which has made this band so successful. There are are cover versions of jazz classics like Ornette Coleman’s “Perfection“ (in a medley with “Viking Disco“) which they turn into a Blue Cheer track (something they did quite effectively with John Coltrane’s “India“ on Boot as well), and they also cover a rock song: their version of Loop’s “The Nail Will Burn“ rides on a five-note-riff, turning it upside down, wringing it out and using what’s left of it for a short and precise collective improvisation. Finally, like on many albums before they have been augmented by guest musicians which add new sound colors to their music. Here they are joined by Anna Hogberg on alto sax and Goran Kajfes on cornet for “Aim“, the longest piece on the album, which starts with a reflective Gustafsson solo before the band displays another one of their rock riffs. Hogberg and Kajfes drop in after around five minutes and the piece literally blossoms out so that one might wish that they invite more than one musician for a cooperation on their next album (like Brötzmann’s Full Blast did with Keiji Haino, Mars Williams and Peter Evans on Crumbling Brain). Shake is more varied than other The Thing albums, it needs more time and attentiveness but it is as fascinating and grows with every listening. ~ martin schray, freejazzblog.org
The Thing keeps rolling all night long. The Swedish power trio features saxophonist Mats Gustafsson, bassist Ingebrigt Håker Flaten, and drummer Paal Nilssen-Love, all restless musicians/composers who got together to form a Don Cherry recording project back in 1999. Since that time, they have redefined the parameters of the saxophone trio. From their sparse, spacious self-titled album in 2001, they have been an intensely interrogative, rhythmically propulsive, and -- if you listen for it -- harmonically engaging ensemble. On later records -- 2004's Garage for instance -- they covered tracks by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the White Stripes, and Peter Brötzmann. Released in 2009, Bag It offered compositions by Albert Ayler, Duke Ellington, and anarcho-punk ensemble the Ex alongside originals. Their collaborative offerings, 2011's Shinjuku Crawl with Otomo Yoshihide, 2013's Cherry Thing with Neneh Cherry, and 2014's Live with Thurston Moore, only expanded their popularity. Shake! returns the trio to doing its own thing. The set opener, "Viking Disco/Perfection," is a medley of a Nilssen-Love original and a classic Ornette Coleman tune. It's where the band's penchant for aggressive yet mindful skronk meets twisted, funky grooves. The drummer's constant cymbal ride is the only grounding element -- even as Håker Flaten and Gustafsson roil together in slippery, recognizable melodies. This trio's rhythmic gifts are showcased on an all-too-brief reading of Loop's "The Nail Will Burn." Gustafsson and Håker Flaten provide the pulse while Nilssen-Love commences with a clattering solo that never forsakes the inherent groove. The trio expands to a quintet on Gustafsson's "Aim," with alto saxophonist Anna Hogberg and Goran Kajfes on cornet. Based on a simple six-note vamp, the hypnotic intro gives way to a complete communion of collective improvisation before stripping itself back to a skeletal whisper of its theme. Another cover here is a noir-ish, elegant read of outsider folk artist Wyrd Visions' (Colin Bergh) "Sigill." Håker Flaten's melodic ballad "Til Jord Er du Kommet" closes the recording with the realization that these three men write to one another's strengths. Gustafsson's most restrained playing asserts itself over elegant brushwork by Nilssen-Love and the bassist's relatively sparse timekeeping. Even here, however, the elements of intimate improvisational conversation assert themselves. Mostly though, Shake! is full of nasty grooves, unhinged playing, and rhythmic intensity. This is free jazz-funk for those who insist on an identifiable center in avant music. The Thing are masters at this and, as a result, can always push further into sound and song and a nearly danceable collective conversation. ~ thom jurek, allmusic.com
Mats Gustafsson - tenor and baritone saxophones, fender rhodes
Ingebrigt Håker Flaten - electric and double bass
Paal Nilssen-Love - drums and percussion
Guests on Aim:
Anna Högberg - alto saxophone
Goran Kajfeš - cornet
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