(Modern Creative, Jewish, Piano, Clarinet) Jamie Saft - Borscht Belt Studies (w. Ben Goldberg, Larry Grenadier, Craig Santiago) {John Zorn, producer} {Tzadik TZ 8164, USA} - 2011, FLAC (image+.cue) lossless

(Modern Creative, Jewish, Piano, Clarinet) Jamie Saft - Borscht Belt Studies (w. Ben Goldberg, Larry Grenadier, Craig Santiago) {John Zorn, producer} {Tzadik TZ 8164, USA} - 2011, FLAC (image+.cue) lossless
Jamie Saft - Borscht Belt Studies
Radical Jewish Culture
Жанр: Modern Creative, Jewish, Piano, Clarinet
Страна-производитель диска: USA
Год издания диска: 2011
Издатель (лейбл): Tzadik (Radical Jewish Culture series)
Номер по каталогу: TZ 8164
Аудио кодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 00:52:47
Источник (релизер): собственный рип с оригинального фирменного CD (Darkman)
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да (полный комплект сканов, 300 dpi)
01. Issachar 5:15
02. Hellenville 3:52
03. Darkest Arts 3:30
04. Pinkus 5:13
05. The Pines 3:29
06. Darash 4:13
07. Solomon County 6:54
08. Jews For Joseph (Maneri) 7:01
09. Kutshers 4:34
10. Azulai 3:44
11. New Zion 4:58
Jamie Saft - piano, fender rhodes
Ben Goldberg - clarinet (tracks 1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10)
Larry Grenadier - acoustic bass (track 11)
Craig Santiago - drums (track 11)
All compositions written by Jamie Saft
Pain Management, ASCAP
Produced by Jamie Saft
Recorded and mixed by Jamie Saft, Potterville, NY
Piano tuned and prepared by Steve Greenstein RPT
Executive Producer - John Zorn
Associate Producer - Kazunori Sugiyama
Mastered by Scott Hull
Cover photo, c. 2010 - Jamie Saft
Obi portrait, c. 2010 - Vin Cin
Booklet portrait, c. 2010 - Nate Goldstock
Design - Heung-Heung Chin
Лог создания рипа (EAC Log)
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EAC extraction logfile from 21. September 2011, 1:03
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Содержание индексной карты (.CUE)
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... Отличный альбом ...
Keyboard virtuoso, dub-master supreme, heavy metal guitarist, soundtrack composer, versatile arranger, master butcher and zonked madman, Jamie Saft has been responsible for some of the wildest and most soulful sounds heard on the Tzadik Jewish series. After his startling heavy metal CD Black Shabbis, he returns to the keyboard for a moody and heartfelt tribute celebrating the rich creative legacy of the Borscht Belt! Featuring six remarkable duets with the masterful clarinetist Ben Goldberg, four hypnotic solo pieces and a reggae track with his newest band the New Zion Trio this is moody, wild, and lyrical music that takes Jewish music one step further into the 21st century.
CD Universe

Borscht Belt Studies is Jamie Saft's first record on Tzadik since 2009's stellar Black Shabbis, a death metal meditation on the historical persecution and homelessness of the Jewish people. Obviously, Borscht Belt Studies is stylistically different. Saft returns to more familiar territory here, playing only piano and Fender Rhodes throughout. He is accompanied by Ben Goldberg's clarinet on six of 11 cuts, and by his current group, the New Zion Trio with bassist Larry Grenadier and drummer Craig Santiago, on one. Saft divides the album into musical sections that alternate by cut. Some compositions are based on blues, jazz, and Yiddish melodies, some in modern composition and vanguard classical music, and the closing track in reggae! The set opens with "Issachar," with Saft on Rhodes playing a soulful jazz melody with Yiddish overtones with Goldberg, and vamping on the changes. This is contrasted with "Hellenville," an acoustic piano piece that delves into improvisation before resolving beautifully on variations of three sequential chords. "Pinkus" is a blues that Saft introduces on the Rhodes. His melodic invention, chord voicings, and harmonic restraint are feints when juxtaposed against his phrasing, colors, and the textural possibilities afforded by the instrument. When Goldberg enters, he extends Saft's lines almost exponentially. The most difficult piece here is "Jews for Joseph (Maneri)," but it is also one of the most satisfying, as a tribute to his advanced improvisation teacher. In duet with Goldberg, Saft explores various threads of microtonal improvisation based on Maneri's ideas, but he reflects back an extended harmonic line by paradoxically reining it in almost pointilistically; he moves that line further, almost imperceptibly, in increments, ending in a very different place than the point of origin. The dynamic exchanges between the duo in improvisation are instinctive. The set closes with "New Zion," the signature tune of Saft's new trio playing reggae jazz in near dub style (listen to Grenadier's rock-solid bassline). It's jazz all right, but it juxtaposes (with beautiful glissandi and ostinati) how close to reggae Yiddish folk song is as a form. It's a mysterious, labyrinthine piece that is a stunner in the end -- it reflects the rest of Borscht Belt Studies beautifully. ~ Thom Jurek (Allmusic)
Photo (Inside)
Jamie Saft
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