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Bill Frisell - Big Sur (2013)

VP_1974 | Jazz / Fusion | Просмотров: 2788 | Комментарии: 0 | 6 июля 2013

Исполнитель: Bill Frisell
Альбом: Big Sur
Год выхода: 2013
Страна: USA
Жанр: Fusion / Contemporary Jazz
Время: 64:34 min
Качество: Lossless / FLAC, image (log + cue)
Размер: 393 mb

Треклист:
Tracks:
1. The Music of Glen Deven Ranch. 3:46
2. Sing Together Like a Family. 4:22
3. A Good Spot. 0:53
4. Going to California. 3:17
5. The Big One. 2:44
6. Somewhere. 1:32
7. Gather Good Things. 5:31
8. Cry Alone. 3:18
9. The Animals. 1:39
10. Highway 1. 4:51
11. A Beautiful View. 4:05
12. Hawks. 4:40
13. We All Love Neil Young. 1:39
14. Big Sur. 3:05
15. On the Outlook. 2:01
16. Shacked Up. 4:11
17. Walking Stick (for Jim Cox). 4:10
18. Song for Lana Weeks. 4:14
19. Far Away. 4:36

Total Time: 64:34

Musicians:
Bill Frisell: guitar
Eyvind Kang: viola
Hank Roberts: cello
Jenny Scheinman: violin
Rudy Royston: drums

Recorded at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA.

Review by Frank Alkyer:
Throughout his career, Bill Frisell has captured moments, places and themes as one of the most personal and profound storytellers to ever play guitar. On 1992’s Have A Little Faith, he presented a sweeping masterpiece of American music from Aaron Copland to Bob Dylan to John Hiatt. In 1997, Frisell offered Nashville, perhaps the best recording about country music that wasn’t a country-music album. In 2011, he delivered a love letter to the music of John Lennon on All We Are Saying. And now on Big Sur, his first recording for the newly rekindled OKeh label, Frisell captures the majesty and power of Northern California’s rugged coastal terrain. The 19 tracks on Big Sur were commissioned by the Monterey Jazz Festival in 2012. Along with the commission came a residency at Glen Deven Ranch, an 860-acre stretch that was bequeathed to the Big Sur Land Trust. Frisell used the time to truly get inside the feel of Big Sur and the rhythms of this landscape, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Santa Lucia Mountains. Frisell is joined by violinist Jenny Scheinman, violist Eyvind Kang, cellist Hank Roberts and drummer Rudy Royston, giving Big Sur a sense of grand Americana with classical overtones. The album’s opening track, “The Music Of Glen Deven Ranch,” has a loping sensibility, creating a thoughtful heartbeat for the music to come. “The Big One” offers Frisell’s take on surf guitar backed by Royston’s rockin’ backbeat, and somewhere Dick Dale is smiling. On “Highway 1” you can feel Frisell’s slightly ominous twists and turns along this famous serpentine thoroughfare. “Song For Lana Weeks” is a lovely ballad dedicated to the director of community stewardship for the Big Sur Trust. Throughout the set, Frisell and company display an amazing ability to paint sound-portraits that let listeners almost see what they are hearing. “Hawks” sweeps and soars. “Gather Good Things” conveys the pride of a good day’s work. On “Cry Alone,” you can almost see someone looking over the Pacific Ocean, with Royston’s well-placed cymbal crashes ushering in waves against the shore. “A Beautiful View” is a beautiful listening experience. And “We All Love Neil Young” is one minute and 40 seconds of Frisell and Scheinman saying just that on their instruments. (The melody here later comes back to inform “Lana Weeks.”) Big Sur is more than just a musical recording. It’s a sonic novel—instrumental storytelling of the highest caliber delivered by an amazing storyteller. It’s Bill Frisell at his best. The guitarist is scheduled to perform with the Charles Lloyd Quartet at the Chicago Jazz Festival (Aug. 30) and at the Detroit Jazz Festival (Aug. 31), where he’ll also lead his own band in a tribute to Lennon on Sept. 1.


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