Frank London - Hazonos (2001)
Исполнитель: Frank London
Год выхода: 2001
Жанр: Klezmer Jazz, Jewish Music
Время: 55:46 min
Качество: FLAC, tracks (log + cue + scans)
Размер: 340 mb
1. Sanctification. 3:23
2. Sheyibone Beys Hamikdosh-In the House. 7:39
3. Moron D'Vishmayo. 4:52
4. Repentance. 15:21
5. Shir Hama'alos Pt.1. 4:13
6. Aspiration. 1:25
7. Shir Hama'alos Pt.2. 5:24
8. Blessed Is The Eternal. 2:16
9. Holiness. 12:08
Total Time: 55:46
Anthony Coleman: Piano, Organ, Harmonium
Frank London: Trumpet, Harmonium
Tomas Ulrich: Cello
Cantor Jacob Ben-Zion Mendelson: Voice (tracks 1-3, 5, 7)
David Chevan: Bass
Gerald Cleaver: Drums
Daniel Mendelson: Voice (tracks 5, 7)
Dan Rosengard: Keyboeards
Cookie Segelstein: Violin
Cantor Simon Spiro: Voice (tracks 5, 7)
Music composed, arranged, transcribed and orchestrated by Frank London
Produced by Frank London
Executive Producer - John Zorn
More beautiful and evocative arrangements of Jewish liturgical music from the ever-creative and indefatigable mind of Frank London, one of the most important musicians out of the New Jewish Renaissance. Frank's distinctive trumpet has never sounded more lyrical, and is accompanied here by the sparkling rhythm section of Anthony Coleman, David Chevan and Gerald Cleaver. Joining Frank on several tracks is chazzan Jacob Mendelson, whose soaring voice gives a unique spiritual quality to what is perhaps Frank's greatest and most passionate recording to date.
Stephen Silberman (Amazon.com):
On this album, Frank London, a trumpeter associated with John Zorn's downtown NY jazz scene and the Klezmatics, has fused the Jewish art of cantorial singing with instrumental accompaniment that suggests both the ancient, soul-wrenching melodies of the High Holy Days and the most lyrical and reflective avant-garde jazz. The result is one of the most important albums of 2005 -- a giant step forward for London, for Zorn's Tzadik label, and for jazz itself.
On his previous release, Invocations, London deployed mournful trumpet lines against moody but relatively static backgrounds played on harmonium and glass harmonica. It was a very pretty, shimmering, meditative album, but Hazonos is much more intense without losing any of the meditative depth. Here, the monumentally powerful voices of cantors Jacob Ben-Zion Mendelson, Daniel Mendelson, and Simon Shapiro soar above arrangements for harmonium, organ, piano, bass, and drums that swing fiercely at the same time that they maintain the sacred mood. The ecstatic poignancy of the vocals recalls the best performances of Nusrat Fateh Ali Kahn. The cantorial tracks alone, or the instrumental tracks alone, would make worthwhile listening; together, the effect is overwhelmingly passionate and completely fresh.
...London has created one of the best jazz albums in years, even for those who don't think they're interested in "temple music."
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