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(Post-Bop, Traditional) Abdullah Ibrahim - African Magic - 2001, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless

(Post-Bop, Traditional) Abdullah Ibrahim - African Magic - 2001, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless
Треклист:
Abdullah Ibrahim - African Magic
Жанр: Post-Bop, Traditional
Год выпуска диска: 2001
Производитель диска: Enja (2002)
Аудио кодек: FLAC
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 54:35
Трэклист:
01. Blue Bolero (fragment 1) 0:26
02. Third Line Samba 2:54
03. Blue Bolero (fragment 2) 0:16
04. Blues For A Hip King 3:16
05. District Six 1:51
06. Tuang Guru 3:58
07. Blue Bolero (fragment 3) 0:14
08. Joan - Cape Town Flower 3:38
09. Pule 1:39
10. The Stride 3:11
11. Thaba Bhosigo 2:22
12. The Mountain 2:19
13. Machopi/Jabulani 0:41
14. Black Lightning 1:09
15. Duke 3:59
16. Solitude 0:16
17. Eleventh Hour 2:40
18. Blue Bolero (fragment 4) 0:14
19. In A Sentimental Mood 2:52
20. Moten Swing 0:33
21. For Coltrane 6:13
22. Whoza Mtwana 2:20
23. Tsakwe/Royal Blue 3:20
24. Blue Bolero 4:01
All compositions by Abdullah Ibrahim
Personnel:
Abdullah Ibrahim (aka Dollar Brand) (Piano)
Belden Bullock (Double Bass)
Sipho Kunene (Drums)
 
описание альбома, биография на английском
African Magic is a sweeping 24-part suite recorded live at the 11th and final Jazz Across the Border Festival in Germany in 2001 by the Abdullah Ibrahim Trio. Ibrahim's trio features acoustic bassist Belden Bullock and drummer Sipho Kunene distilling the melodic sounds of South Africa into a personal improvisation of jazz, religious, and traditional world music coupled with European classical and chamber music influences. Recurring cubistic style fragments of Ibrahim's multi-themed tone poem "Blue Bolero" are sequenced throughout this enchanting program and encourage listeners to participate in the invigorating rhythms that are abstract yet romantic. African Magic, which was inspired by nature, Duke Ellington, and Africa's Diaspora, also features "Duke 88," a 16-second sampling of "Solitude," and "In a Sentimental Mood" in recognition of Ellington's outstanding talent as a songwriter whose jazz standards have left enough room for reinterpretation by artists from around the world. Ibrahim's six-minute tribute to John Coltrane also epitomizes the depth of Ibrahim's talents as a composer and attests to his cubistic style of deconstructing and reconstructing, which he has also lent to such film scores as those for Chocolat and No Fear No Die. Overall, African Magic cannot be compared to any of Ibrahim's previous concerts. However, it deftly captures the emotion, exploration, and exciting impulses generated from the stage that evening. A must-have for any serious jazz collection. - by Paula Edelstein, AMG
Biography by Craig Harris:
The melodic sounds of South Africa are fused with the improvisation of jazz and the technical proficiency of classical music by South Africa-born pianist Dollar Brand or, as he's called himself since converting to Islam in 1968, Abdullah Ibrahim. Since attracting international acclaim as a member of the Jazz Epistles, one of South Africa's first jazz bands, Ibrahim has continued to explore new ground with his imaginative playing. Exposed to a variety of music as a youngster, including traditional African music, religious songs, and jazz, Ibrahim began studying piano at the age of seven. Becoming a professional musician in 1949, he performed with such South African groups as the Tuxedo Slickers and the Willie Max Big Band. Ten years later, he joined the Jazz Epistles, a group featuring trumpet player Hugh Masekela and alto saxophonist Kippi Moeketsi. The band, which had been formed in 1959 by American pianist John Mohegan for a recording session, Jazz in Africa, had recorded the first jazz album by South African musicians.
In 1962, Ibrahim left South Africa with vocalist Sathima Bea Benjamin, who he married in 1965, and temporarily settled in Zurich. Performing with his trio, which featured bassist Johnny Gertze and drummer Makaya Ntshoko, Ibrahim was overheard by Duke Ellington at the Africana Club. Ellington was so impressed by what he heard that he arranged a recording session for Ibrahim and the trio. The resulting album, Duke Ellington Presents the Dollar Brand Trio, was released on the Reprise label in 1963. he continued to be supported by Ellington following the album's release. In addition to being booked to play (at Ellington's urging) at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1965, Ibrahim served as Ellington's substitute and performed five shows with the Ellington Orchestra the following year. Shortly afterwards, he disbanded the trio and accepted an invitation to join Elvin Jones' quartet. The collaboration with Jones lasted six months. After leaving the Jones quartet, he continued to be involved with a variety of projects Besides touring as a soloist in 1968, he worked with bands led by Don Cherry and Gato Barbieri. Briefly returning to South Africa in 1976, Ibrahim settled in New York the same year. Although he returned to South Africa to live in 1990, he continues to divide his time between his birthplace and his adopted home in New York.
In 1997, Ibrahim collaborated on an album and tour with jazz drummer Max Roach. The following year, Swiss composer Daniel Schnyder arranged several of his compositions for a 22-piece orchestra for a Swiss television production, and for a world tour undertaken by the full-sized Munich Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Barbara Yahr of the United States. Ibrahim has composed the scores for such films as Chocolat and No Fear No Die.
 
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