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John Zorn/Electric Masada - At the Mountains of Madness, Tzadik, 2005 y., 2 CD

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John Zorn/Electric Masada - At the Mountains of Madness, Tzadik, 2005 y., 2 CD

John Zorn/Electric Masada - At the Mountains of Madness, Tzadik, 2005 y., 2 CD
MP3 320 Kbps | 370 M | Covers
Styles: Avant-Garde, Jewish Music, Structured Improvisation, World Fusion, Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Jazz


Джон Зорн (John Zorn) - общепризнанный абсолютный лидер авангардной музыки. Авангардной - в смысле "передовой", поскольку в жанровом разнообразии, Зорну нет равных. От неоакадемической музыки для Kronos Quartet и других лучших музыкантов, до пост-панка, nu-metal, нойза и электроники. Зорн известен работой в кино: он написал уйму саундтреков ко всему, чем интересовался: от посвящения Годару до японского порно. Зорн является создателем и своеобразным гуру движения "Радикальной еврейской культуры" и так называемой "New York Downtown Music". Зорн - создатель, владелец и продюсер Tzadik - главного авангардного рекорд-лейбла в мире.

John Zorn's At the Mountains of Madness presents two sets (Moscow, Ljubljana) recorded at the end of a lengthy European tour. The band is exactly the same as on The 50th Birthday Celebration, Vol. 4 and many of the same tunes are performed, but the performances actually feel very different. Perhaps there was something of wanting to put on a good show for the Europeans vs. playing comfortably at home in familiar surroundings (at Tonic), but this set is a good deal rowdier than the 50th Birthday Celebration. Certainly, the band is at the top of their game after all the touring, and everyone seems to have kicked up the energy a notch or two. There's a lot more conducted improvisation than on the previous Electric Masada release. Ikue Mori's laptop contributions seem to play a more prominent role, and Marc Ribot does some thoroughly deranged things with a delay (which haven't been heard on an album before). Jamie Saft and Zorn are also in fine form and the rhythm section is amazing, especially the dual drum attack of Kenny Wollesen and Joey Baron. Thanks to their improvisational skills, you hardly notice that the program is much the same on both discs. Score another one for John Zorn and company. At the Mountains of Madness is a winner.

John Zorn/Electric Masada - At the Mountains of Madness, Tzadik, 2005 y., 2 CD

Styles: Avant-Garde, Jewish Music, Structured Improvisation, World Fusion, Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Jazz
Release Date: Nov 22, 2005

Disc 1 (live in Moscow)
1. Lilin 16:14
2. Metal Tov 5:35
3. Karaim 16:15
4. Hath-Arob 5:17
5. Abidan 8:09
6. Idalah-Abal 6:33
7. Kedem 15:41
8. Yatzar 6:05

Disc 2 (live in Ljubljana)
1. Tekufah 17:59
2. Hath-Arob 6:55
3. Abidan 9:59
4. Metal Tov 5:52
5. Karaim 15:15
6. Idalah-Abal 6:08
7. Kedem 14:47

Composed by: John Zorn
Electric Masada: Marc Ribot (guitar); John Zorn (alto saxophone); Jamie Saft (keyboards); Trevor Dunn (bass instrument); Kenny Wollesen, Joey Baron (drums); Cyro Baptista (percussion); Ikue Mori (electronics, laptop).

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