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(Modern Creative / Avant-Garde / Free Improvisation) Scott Fields Ensemble - Fugu - 2010, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless

Scott Fields Ensemble - Fugu

Жанр: Modern Creative / Avant-Garde / Free Improvisation
Год выпуска диска: 2010
Производитель диска: Portugal (Clean Feed CF171)
Аудио кодек: FLAC
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 54:32
Источник: Собственный рип с оригинального диска
Scott Fields: nylon string guitar
Geoff Brady: percussion
John Padden: contrabass
Robert Stright: vibraphone
Matt Turner: cello
1. Poem for Joseph
2. The Big Mango
3. The Plagiarist
4. A Carrot is a Carrot
5. Fugu
Recorded and mixed at Smart Studios, Madison, Wisconsin, spring 1995.

Clean Feed
Fugu was recorded in 1995, not long after Fields returned to music after what he says were "15 years of trying to find something I liked to do better." (Fields was barely 21 when he quit music and, he now says, "it's not as though I was a big deal and anyone missed me. I was the only one who knew I was retired and even that took me a few years to realize.")
Fugu was first released on Fields' own, short-lived, label Geode. Fields wrote the compositions for dance, specifically for the chorographer Li Chiao-Ping. But, as Fields explains in his liner notes, the music's irregular (usually additive), and frequently changing, time signatures, not to mention numerous changes in tempo, proved too difficult for most dancers to follow. Of the five compositions on Fugu, only "The Plagiarist" is in a simple meter, 4/4. But its high tempo, just somewhat less than the 300 beats per minute marked on the score, presents its own difficulties for dance. One composition was choreographed and none were performed. Tonally all of the material, and to a large extent the improvised sections as well, work within what Fields says is a radically simplified version of Stephan Dembski's post-serial pitch organizations system, sometimes called a system of circles. This system generates related sets of seven-pitch scales that are used the same way as common major and minor scales, but in different patterns.
This version of the Scott Fields Ensemble grew out of Fields' first post-retirement group, the Silt Loam Ensemble, whose recorded output consisted of two cassette-only releases. Bassist John Padden, an original member of Silt Loam, was primarily a classical musician. Fields says Padden was one of his favorite people to play with because of his beautiful sound, solid time, and generous temperament. Geoff Brady, also a Fields favorite, joined Silt Loam shortly before it morphed into a Fields-led group. Padden and Brady, along with vibist Robert Stright, who earned a doctorate in music composition at the University of Wisconsin, appear on Fields' first Geode CD, Running with Scissors. For cellist Matt Turner, Fugu was the first of many recordings, tours, and performances with Fields. Turner also appears on the Fields recordings 48 Motives, Disaster at Sea, Sonotropism, 96 Gestures, and Christangelfox. Fields recruited Turner shortly after the cellist returned to his native Wisconsin from Boston. ~ Clean Feed
AMJ Review
Guitarist and composer Scott Fields has assembled his long-running ensemble for another foray into his strangely beautiful tonally organic universe. If Oregon had begun without horns, playing all Western instruments and moving through vanguard transpositions of serialism and post-Coltrane vanguardism, they might have sounded something like this. Fields writes delicately balanced pieces for strings and percussion that bridge the gap between jazz, new music, and free improvisation because they are simultaneously all of them and none of them at once. His sense of balance and harmony are impeccable as he shoves tiny angular figures against percussive accents ("The Plagiarist"), or opens the tone field with long, drawn out spaces draped with minimal finery ("Poem for Joseph"). This is not to say the band doesn't swing, because they do, just not in a linear way. Their reliance on each other to move a difficult harmonic sequence through to its fruition and into the field of "playing," as on the title track, creates in them a sense of driven tension, one that is equal pars abandon and nuance. This is an elegant, graceful, and very forward thinking approach to jazz. Highly recommended. ~ Thom Jurek, AMG
EAC Report
Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 5 from 4. May 2009
EAC extraction logfile from 18. February 2010, 20:33
Scott Fields Ensemble / Fugu
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