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Rodrigo Amado Wire Quartet - Wire Quartet (2014)

6-06-2014, 11:35

Rodrigo Amado Wire Quartet - Wire Quartet (2014)

Artist: Rodrigo Amado Wire Quartet
Title Of Album: Wire Quartet
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Clean Feed
Genre: Jazz
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 49:31 min
Total Size: 113 MB


01. Abandon Yourself
02. Surrender
03. To The Music

Rodrigo Amado: tenor saxophone
Manuel Mota: electric guitar
Hernani Faustino: double bass
Gabriel Ferandini: drums.

"The rhythm section is the same of the well succeeded Red Trio, namely double bassist Hernâni Faustino and drummer Gabriel Ferrandini (the last one also a member of Amado’s Motion Trio), and the fourth wheel is the big surprise of this project: Manuel Mota, one of the most original and radical of today’s guitarists all over the planet, praised by the likes of Derek Bailey and Noel Akchoté. Because of him, this debut album of the Wire Quartet is the less post-bop / free jazz oriented of all of Amado’s releases, going very far into free improvised music territories. Free improv, but always with a bluesy feeling, mainly because of Mota’s finger-picking approach, and also getting close to the free rock / noise sound world, due to the rough, but very focused, exploration of guitar distortion and feedback.
The powerful, mind-blowing, drum and bass support, and the always defying Mota’s interventions, give Amado all the conditions to go beyond his own physical and creative limits and to literally explode: this CD gathers some of his most impressive performances ever recorded, confirming his growing reputation as a congregator for such diverse musical legacies as the one's left by Ben Webster, Sonny Rollins, John Coltrane or Albert Ayler. Get prepared to be lifted from the ground…"

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