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(Modern Creative / Post-Bop) Chris Lightcap's Bigmouth - Deluxe - 2010, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless

Chris Lightcap's Bigmouth - Deluxe

Жанр: Modern Creative / Post-Bop
Год выпуска диска: 2010
Производитель диска: Clean Feed CF174; Portugal
Аудио кодек: FLAC
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 56:30
Chris Lightcap: double bass
Chris Cheek: tenor saxophone
Tony Malaby: tenor saxophone
Craig Taborn: Wurlitzer electric piano, piano
Gerald Cleaver: drums
Andrew D'Angelo: alto saxophone ("Silvertone", "Ting", "Fuzz")
1. Platform
2. Silvertone
3. Ting
4. Year of the Rooster
5. The Clutch
6. Two-Face
7. Deluxe Version
8. Fuzz
Recorded October 8-9, 2008 by Andrew Taub adn Ben Liscio at Brooklyn Recording, NY.
Clean Feed
Featuring the formidable line-up of Tony Malaby and Chris Cheek on tenor saxophones, Andrew D'Angelo on alto saxophone, Craig Taborn on keyboards and Gerald Cleaver on drums, Deluxe is bassist Chris Lightcap's highly anticipated follow up to his critically acclaimed quartet albums.
After establishing his career as a bassist with a wide range of improvisers like Joe Morris, Regina Carter, Mark Turner, Rob Brown, and Matt Wilson, Lightcap began developing music for his own groups in the late 90s. Lay-Up (2000) and Bigmouth (2003) were on many top 10 jazz radio lists and received critical praise in the New York Times, Jazztimes and Allaboutjazz. In 2005 he named the band Bigmouth and added Taborn to the group. After playing a series of jaw-dropping sold out shows in New York City over the next few years, the group went into Brooklyn Recording to record Deluxe, featuring eight of Lightcap's originals.
The group has born out of many years of collaboration in each other's bands and as cosidemen. Malaby and Cleaver have worked with Lightcap since his earliest bandleader performances and Lightcap and Cleaver also played on Taborn's stunning 2001 release, Light Made Lighter. Malaby and Cheek have worked together for years in the Bands of Paul Motian and Charlie Haden.
Lightcap's original compositions run the gamut from sonic experimentation to old-school rock and pop influences. These tunes are brought to life with incomparable beauty and passion by the group's improvisational prowess. ~ Clean Feed
AMG Review
Bigmouth -- a project of bassist Chris Lightcap -- apparently is inspired by stretched-out, two-toned, tail-finned, white-wall-tired cars of the mid-'50s, in reference to the cover art on Deluxe. The music is ultra-modern from a compositional standpoint, only hinting at neo-bop while pushing the creative improvised harmonic envelope. Lightcap's expertise on the bass is second to none, as he pushes and prods his way through these original works with an absolutely stellar band of drummer Gerald Cleaver, electric keyboardist Craig Taborn, tenor saxophonists Tony Malaby and Chris Cheek, and on three tracks alto saxophonist Andrew D'Angelo. While some allusions to the vintage autos are reflected in the titles, Lightcap's vision is of the future, a heady mix of heart and soul embedded in this refreshing new music. The human cry from the three saxophonists in tandem shows their individual strengths abandoned for the common good, especially during the meaty, weighty "Ting," as an active Lightcap sets the tone in 6/8 time while the stabbing Fender Rhodes of Taborn provides alternate tangents. The music is centered but perfectly identified by shooting out many sparks and shafts of light. "Platform" and "The Clutch" have Cheek and Malaby in saddened or hunched-over moods, funky in odd meters, as if on a long junket to nowhere. There are even darker or bluesy images conjured -- slow, deliberate, or swinging -- but Lightcap's slap bass as a prelude for the rockin' "Fuzz" gives a clearer view of what might be representative of a road song, and a signature sound in relation to the hot rod or classic car. This is a terrific recording from an incredible band that everyone who enjoys these musicians -- as individuals or bandleaders in their own right -- should play frequently while rolling down the superhighway of life. ~ Michael G. Nastos
EAC Report
Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 4 from 23. January 2008
EAC extraction logfile from 26. July 2010, 21:16
Chris Lightcap's Bigmouth / Deluxe
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