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(World Fusion, Ethnic Jazz, Trumpet & Percussions & Piano) [WEB] Paolo Fresu, Trilok Gurtu, Omar Sosa - Live at Vaulx Jazz festival (bootleg) - 2016, FLAC (tracks), lossless

(World Fusion, Ethnic Jazz, Trumpet & Percussions & Piano) [WEB] Paolo Fresu, Trilok Gurtu, Omar Sosa - Live at Vaulx Jazz festival (bootleg) - 2016, FLAC (tracks), lossless
Paolo Fresu, Trilok Gurtu, Omar Sosa / Live at Vaulx Jazz festival
Жанр: World Fusion, Ethnic Jazz, Trumpet & Percussions & Piano
Носитель: WEB
Страна-производитель диска (релиза): EU
Год издания: 2016
Издатель (лейбл): bootleg
Страна исполнителя (группы): Italia | India | Cuba
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: tracks
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 01:17:34
Источник (релизер): димина доза (благодарности - unclewolf)
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: нет
Треклист:
01. Monk E Desk (Trilok Gurtu) 10:12
02. Toridanzon (Omar Sosa & Gustavo Ovalles) 10:46
03. S'Inguldo (Paolo Fresu) 10:26
04. Balatho (Trilok Gurtu) 16:20
05. Nenia (Paolo Fresu) 04:03
06. Song Of India (Trilok Gurtu / Omar Sosa / Paolo Fresu) 05:35
07. Agua (Omar Sosa) 10:08
08. Abgustia (Omar Sosa) 10:00
Доп. информация:
http://www.paolofresu.it/
http://www.trilokgurtu.net/
http://www.melodia.com/
 
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Об исполнителях (англ.) | About Artists (en)
Paolo Fresu (born February 10, 1961) is an Italian jazz trumpet and flugelhorn player, as well as a composer and arranger of music.
Fresu was born in Berchidda, Sardinia. He picked up the trumpet at the age of 11, and played in the band Bernardo de Muro in his home town Berchidda. Fresu graduated from the Conservatory of Cagliari in 1984, in trumpet studies under Enzo Morandini, and attended the University of Musical and performing arts in Bologna.
He has taught at the Siena Jazz National Seminars, as well as jazz university courses in Terni, and is the director of Nuoro Jazz Seminars in Nuoro, Italy.
Fresu composes music for theatre, poem, dance, radio, television, and film.
In 2007, he recorded and toured with Carla Bley's quartet, the Lost Chords.
In 2012, his quintet performed at the Sirifort Auditorium, New Delhi, India, to celebrate 10 years of the Italian Culture Centre there.
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paolo_Fresu
Official Website of Paolo Fresu: http://www.paolofresu.it/
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Trilok Gurtu (Kashmiri: ترلوک گرٹو, Marathi: त्रिलोक गुर्टू) (born in Mumbai, India on 30 October 1951) is an Indian percussionist and composer, whose work has blended the music of his homeland with jazz fusion, world music and other genres.
He has released his own albums and has collaborated with many artists, including Terje Rypdal, Gary Moore, John McLaughlin, Jan Garbarek, Joe Zawinul, Bill Laswell, Maria João & Mário Laginha, and Robert Miles.
Gurtu was born to Hindu Brahmin parents in Mumbai, and attended Don Bosco High School (Matunga) in Mumbai. His mother, singer Shobha Gurtu, encouraged him to learn playing tabla, and he studied playing the instrument under Shah Abdul Karim.
Gurtu began playing western drum kit in the 1970s, and developed interest in jazz. In a 1995 television special on Jimi Hendrix, Gurtu mentioned having initially learned Western music without awareness of overdubbing, which, he said, forced him to learn multiple parts which most musicians would have never attempted. In the 1970s, he played with Charlie Mariano, John Tchicai, Terje Rypdal, and Don Cherry.
One of Gurtu's earliest recordings was around 1977 in the record Apo-Calypso in an album of the German ethnic fusion band, Embryo. His mother also sang in that record, and later joined him in his first solo CD, Usfret.
In the 1980s, Gurtu played with Swiss drummer Charly Antolini and with John McLaughlin in McLaughlin's trio, accompanied variously by bassists Jonas Hellborg, Kai Eckhardt, and Dominique DiPiazza. The line-up with Hellborg performed at least one concert opening for Miles Davis in Berkeley, California in 1988.
Collaboration between Gurtu and McLaughlin included vocal improvisations using the Indian tala talk method of oral drumming notations for teaching drum patterns. Sometimes, Eckhardt would join in with hip-hop beat-box vocals for a three-way vocal percussion jam, while Gurtu and McLaughlin would throw in a few amusing words such as some Japanese brand names mixed with some Indian words.
Some of the unusual aspects of Gurtu's drum playing include playing, without a drum stool, in a half-kneeling position on the floor, and use of an unconventional kick drum that resembles a large drum head with a kick-pedal, and a mix of tablas and western drums. Gurtu's unique percussion signature involves dipping cymbals and strings of shells into a bucket of water to create a shimmering effect.
Gurtu joined Oregon after the death of drummer Collin Walcott. He played in three records produced by this band: Ecotopia (1987), 45th Parallel (1989), and Always, Never and Forever (1991).
In the early 1990s Gurtu resumed his career as a solo artist and a bandleader. Various noted musicians have backed him in a number of his CD releases.
In 1999, Zakir Hussain and Bill Laswell founded a musical group, Tabla Beat Science, which played a mixture of Hindustani music, Asian underground, ambient, Drum and Bass, and Electronica. Gurtu joined this group along with Karsh Kale and Talvin Singh. The group released three albums before going dormant in late 2003.
In 2004, Gurtu created an album, Miles Gurtu, with Robert Miles. His collaboration with the Arkè String Quartet began in 2007 with the release of the album Arkeology.
In 2010 Trilok Gurtu played into the album Piano Car, opera of minimalist composer Stefano Ianne with Ricky Portera, Nick Beggs (Kajagoogoo), Mario Marzi, Terl Bryant (John Paul Jones/Led Zeppelin), John De Leo.
In 2012, Trilok Gurtu collaborated with electronic folk duo Hari & Sukhmani in their hometown of Chandigarh and produced a song 'Maati' on the music documentary-travelogue The Dewarists.
Trilok Gurtu is universally acknowledged as one of the most innovative and ground breaking percussionists around; integrating swords, buckets and other non-conventional elements and into his sound. Zakir Hussain said that if Trilok Gurtu played only the Tabla, he would have been the best Tabla player in the world.
Deadmau5 (Joel Zimmerman) mentions Trilok Gurtu as his hero and adds "You know who's a big hero of mine? Trilok Gurtu... Indians should know this. Indian traditional percussive algos (algorhythms) and modes blow my mind. Check him out. Full-on retarded isolation skills. I can't even chew gum and walk. There's a whole different language/notation to a tabla."
An Open-minded musician who embraces Jazz, Indian Classical Music, Abstract improvisational and Asian pop, a dazzling percussion virtuoso, an accessible entertainer – The Guardian UK
He is self-confessedly strongly influenced by the Rhythms of Africa and African Beats and drumming patterns
Gurtu has garnered a number of prestigious awards and nominations, including:
Best Overall Percussionist winner, DRUM! Magazine, 1999
Best Overall Percussionist winner, Carlton Television Multicultural Music Awards, 2001
Best Percussionist winner, Down Beat's Critics Poll for 1994, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001, and 2002
Best Asia/Pacific Artist nominee, BBC Radio 3 World for 2002, 2003, and 2004.
Discography
Solo and collaborative albums
1974: La Terra (The Earth) LP with Aktuala (Bla Bla, 1974)
1976: Tappeto Volante (Flying Carpet) with Aktuala LP (Bla Bla, 1976)
1977: Apo Calypso – with Embryo
1979: Friends – with Toto Blanke Electric Circus
1980: Family – with Toto Blanke Electric Circus
1982: Personal Note, Mark Nauseef with Joachim Kühn, Jan Akkerman, Detlev Beier
1983: Finale – with Charly Antolini
1985: Song for Everyone – with L. Shankar
1987: Usfret
1987: Ecotopia – with Oregon
1989: 45th Parallel – with Oregon
1990: Live at the Royal Festival Hall – with the John McLaughlin Trio
1990: Living Magic
1991: Always, Never and Forever – with Oregon
1992: Que Alegria – with the John McLaughlin Trio
1993: Crazy Saints
1995: Believe
1995: Bad Habits Die Hard
1997: The Glimpse
1998: Kathak
1998: Cor – with Maria João & Mário Laginha
2000: African Fantasy
2001: The Beat of Love
2002: Remembrance
2004: Miles Gurtu – with Robert Miles
2004: Broken Rhythms
2006: Farakala
2007: Arkeology
2009: Massical
2010: Piano Car – with Stefano Ianne
2011: 21 Spices – with Simon Phillips + NDR Big Band (Conducted by Jorg Achim Keller)
2013: Spellbound
As sideman
Visible World (with Jan Garbarek, ECM, 1995)
Adfa (with Jonas Hellborg, Day Eight Music, 1989)
Three Day Moon (with Barre Phillips, ECM, 1980)
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trilok_Gurtu
Official Website of Trilok Gurtu: http://www.trilokgurtu.net/
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Omar Sosa (born April 10, 1965) is a Cuban-born composer, bandleader, and jazz pianist. Born in Camagüey, Cuba, Sosa began studying marimba at the age of eight, then switched to piano at the Escuela Nacional de Musica in Havana, where he studied jazz. Sosa moved to Quito, Ecuador, in 1993, then San Francisco, California, in 1995. In San Francisco he became deeply involved in the local Latin jazz scene and began a long collaboration with percussionist John Santos. He also made a series of recordings with producer Greg Landau, including the ground-breaking Oaktown Irawo, featuring Tower of Power drummer Dave Garibaldi, Cuban saxophonist Yosvany Terry and Cuban percussionist Jesus Diaz. Sosa and Landau recorded with Carlos "Patato" Valdes and Pancho Quinto and worked on several film scores. Around 1999 Sosa moved to Barcelona, Spain.
In January 2011, Omar Sosa won The 10th Annual Independent Music Awards in the Jazz Album category for Ceremony. Sosa has received seven Grammy Awards nominations.
He has played with a number of world musicians all around the globe, and often collaborates with those outside the jazz and Afro-Cuban traditions. Sosa mixes jazz influences alongside Latin rhythms, North African percussions and spoken word/rap lyrics. He also references classical music. Political and spiritual, he describes his music as an expression of humanism and Santería. On various projects his sounds have ranged from pleasant and melodic, big Latin band, piano improvisation, world music, to free jazz and avant-garde.
Omar recently collaborated once again with Greg Landau for a CD with Peruvian singer Susana Baca, deconstructing the music of Cuban legend Bola de Nieve[citation needed]. His newest band, Afreecanos, combines Afro Pop, jazz, and a variety of European instruments. The band, which includes musicians from Africa, Cuba, Brazil, and France, released a CD in 2009 and went on a world tour in early 2010.
In 2012 he released Alma in collaboration with Italian trumpet and flugelhorn player, Paolo Fresu. The CD features guest cello contributions on four tracks by the masterful Brazilian conductor, arranger, producer, and cellist, Jaques Morelenbaum. The compositions are written by Omar Sosa and Paolo Fresu, except for "Under African Skies", a gentle version of the popular track from the Paul Simon CD Graceland.
In 2013 Sosa published EGGUN: The Afri-Lectric Experience. The project began as a commission from the Barcelona Jazz Festival in 2009. The assignment was to compose and produce a tribute performance to Miles Davis’ classic recording Kind Of Blue, on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. Inspired by various musical elements and motifs from Kind Of Blue, Sosa wrote a suite of music honoring the spirit of freedom in Davis’ seminal work. The CD received a nomination for Best Latin Jazz Album at the 56th annual Grammy Awards.
On March 10, 2015 Sosa goes back to his Cuban roots with the release of Ilé. Joining him on the project are three musicians with whom Omar shares a close connection: fellow Camagüeyanos, Ernesto Simpson on drums, and Leandro Saint-Hill on alto saxophone, flute and clarinet, and Mozambican electric bassist Childo Tomas – collectively known as Quarteto AfroCubano.
Discography
1997 Omar Omar (Solo Piano)
1997 Free Roots
1998 Nfumbe (with John Santos)
1999 Spirit of the Roots
1999 Inside
2000 Bembón
2001 Prietos
2002 Sentir
2003 Ayaguna (with Gustavo Ovalles)
2003 A New Life
2004 Pictures of Soul (with Adam Rudolph)
2004 Aleatoric EFX
2004 Mulatos
2005 Spirit Of The Roots
2005 Ballads
2006 Mulatos (Remix)
2006 Live à FIP
2007 Promise
2007 D.O. - A Day Off [2EP] (with Greg Landau)
2008 Afreecanos
2009 Across The Divide - A Tale of Rhythm and Ancestry
2009 Tales From The Earth (with Mark Weinstein, ft Aly Keita, Jean Paul Bourelly, Marque Gilmore, Aho Luc Nicaise, Mathias Agbokou)
2011 Calma (Solo Piano)
2012 Alma (with Paolo Fresu)
2013 Eggun: The Afri-Lectric Experience (ft Lionel Loueke, Marvin Sewell, Childo Tomas, Gustavo Ovalles, Joo Kraus, John Santos, Pedro Martinez etc.)
2014 Senses (Solo Piano)
2015 Ilé (with Quarteto AfroCubano – Omar Sosa, Leandro Saint-Hill, Childo Tomas, Ernesto Simpson, feat. Marvin Sewell, Yosvany Terry etc.)
2015 Jog (with Joo Kraus & Gustavo Ovalles)
2016 Eros (with Paolo Fresu, feat. Natacha Atlas & Jaques Morelenbaum)
2017 Transparent Water (with Seckou Keita, ft Gustavo Ovalles, Mieko Miyazaki, E'Joung-Ju, Mosin Khan Kawa & Wu Tong)
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omar_Sosa
Official Website of Omar Sosa: http://www.melodia.com/
 
Об альбоме (англ.) | About Album (en)
Live Perfomance at 29th Festival A Vaulx Jazz
Vaulx-en-Velin, France
10 March 2016
 
Состав | Artists
Paolo Fresu, trompette et bugle
Trilok Gurtu, percussions
Omar Sosa, piano
Présentation: Jérôme Badini
Мультикультурный альянс трех разноплановых, одаренных музыкантов, живых икон джаза и музыки мира – итальянского трубача и флюгельгорниста Паоло Фрезу, индийского перкуссиониста и композитора Трилока Гурту и кубинского пианиста Омара Соса. Каждый привнес в это неординарное трио свои познания, своё оригинальное видение мира, своё неисчерпаемое вдохновение, свою харизму. Мы становимся свидетелями рождения нового прогрессивного феномена вселенского масштаба, сотканного из различных традиций и культур.
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