(Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / hatOLOGY) Guillermo Gregorio Trio(w. Pandelis Karayorgis & Mat Maneri) - Red Cube(d) - 1999, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless

(Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / hatOLOGY) Guillermo Gregorio Trio(w. Pandelis Karayorgis & Mat Maneri) - Red Cube(d) - 1999, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless
Guillermo Gregorio Trio - Red Cube(d){hatOLOGY}
Жанр: Jazz/Avant-Garde Jazz
Год выпуска диска: 1999
Производитель диска: Switzerland/Label-hatOLOGY/Hat Hut Records LTD.
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Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 52:50
Качество записи:DDD/24 Bit
Количество копий:Edition of 3000 CD's
1 Crimson Mountain Gregorio, Karayorgis, Maneri 1:59
2 Red Dust Henderson 6:43
3 These Foolish Things Link, Marvell, Strachey 2:28
4 1-2-3-4 Jump Norvo, Phillips 6:02
5 Slipped Fifths Gregorio 5:27
6 Woodchopper's Nightmare Gregorio 5:36
7 A Study in Scarlet Gregorio, Karayorgis, Maneri 2:38
8 Red Skies Gregorio 7:31
9 Cotton Top Wayne 3:51
10 Chu's Spectre (Ghost of a Chance) Crosby, Washington, Young 3:33
11 Lost Weekend Norvo, Phillips 4:05
12 Ana's Lullaby Gregorio, Karayorgis, Maneri 2:57
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Guillermo Gregorio Clarinet, Sax (Tenor), Liner Notes
Pandelis Karayorgis Piano
Mat Maneri Violin (Electric)
Art Lange Producer
Werner X. Uehlinger Producer
Peter Pfister Mastering, Mixing
Antonio Oliart Ros Engineer
об альбоме
Review by Thom Jurek
One of the most interesting things about this solo date of Guillermo Gregorio — late of Franz Koglmann's Pipetet - is how similar his original music sounds to Mat Maneri's. There is no doubt they are kindred spirits, given that they both hold contemporary classical music and jazz in a double bind, forcing them ever closer together despite the individual resistance of each music. Both are also keen improvisers who believe in the power of understatement and rounded edges — and Maneri is a violinist! All of this said, this is a curiously beautiful recording. Maybe it's the abstraction and montage technique used on Gregorio's originals such as "Slipped Fifths," "Woodchopper's Nightmare," or "Red Skies," in which the strange becomes familiar, or the melodic. Or perhaps it's asymmetrical, dissonant readings of the classics here, such as Fletcher Henderson's "Red Dust," Red Norvo and Flip Phillips' "1-2-3-Jump!," or "Chu's Specter: Ghost of a Chance" written by Bing Crosby and cohorts. No matter, the record is somewhat disorienting, though charmingly so. A lot will be made of how new this all is. What is new is that a record by a trio such as this would be made at all. Here are three very understated payers, performing a difficult brand of musical hijinks, where improvisation, compositions, and different classifications attempt to become one, rather than co-exist as comfortable opposites. The odd timbres and overtones created by Maneri's violin playing counterpoint to both Gregorio and Karayorgis simultaneously are lovely, as are Gregorio's instincts: he knows just when to let the melody through between harmonies — which shift — and improvisation. It's obvious he longs to be an arranger — and should be. But this is music that is tender yet not mature enough to speak with a full voice. It's a good bet that the well will get much deeper before too long.
Guillermo Gregorio born 1941 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Biography by Chris Kelsey
Born in Argentina in the early '40s, the peripatetic Gregorio also lived in Los Angeles (where he studied with saxophonist Warne Marsh) and Vienna, before eventually settling in Chicago. After moving to Vienna from California in the late '80s, Gregorio met and began collaborating with the free jazz flugelhornist Franz Koglmann. The Swiss hatART label discovered Gregorio through his association with Koglmann. The company released his first album, Approximately, in 1996; two subsequent efforts — Ellipsis and Background Music — were later released on the label's hatOLOGY offshoot.
Growing up in Buenos Aires, Gregorio's first jazz influences were early jazz clarinetists Pee Wee Russell and Jimmy Noone. He eventually became interested in the music of pianist Lennie Tristano and his circle; their cool aesthetic would have a decisive impact on his mature concept (Ornette Coleman's innovations also had their effect). Gregorio studied modern classical music, as well as art and architecture. He's worked in the latter two fields and teaches Art Appreciation at Purdue University. In the '60s, Gregorio played experimental music in and around Buenos Aires; some of his work from that time is documented on the Atavistic release Otra Musica: Tape Music, Fluxus & Free Improvisation in Buenos Aires 1963-70.
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