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Nguyên Lê with NDR Bigband, Michael Gibbs feat. Youn Sun Nah - Celebrating The Dark Side Of The Moon (2014)

2-11-2014, 11:42
Jazz | Rock | FLAC / APE

Nguyên Lê with NDR Bigband, Michael Gibbs feat. Youn Sun Nah - Celebrating The Dark Side Of The Moon (2014)

Artist: Nguyên Lê with NDR Bigband, Michael Gibbs feat. Youn Sun Nah
Title Of Album: Celebrating The Dark Side Of The Moon
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: ACT Music
Genre: Jazz, Fusion, Prog-Rock
Quality: 320 / FLAC / 24bit FLAC
Total Time: 58:46 min
Total Size: 134 / 368 MB / 1.15 GB


1. Speak to Me 01:56
2. Inspire 02:54
3. Breathe 02:33
4. On the Run 02:42
5. Time 09:51
6. Magic Spells 02:20
7. Hear This Whispering 02:01
8. Great Gig in the Sky 02:17
9. Gotta Go Sometime 03:14
10. Money 06:12
11. Us and Them 07:52
12. Purple or Blue 02:53
13. Any Colour You Like 05:18
14. Brain Damage 04:13
15. Eclipse 02:34

Nguyên Lê, electric guitar, electronics
Youn Sun Nah, vocals
Gary Husband, drums
Jürgen Attig, electric fretless bass
NDR Bigband conducted by Jörg Achim Keller

NDR Bigband :
Conductor: Jörg Achim Keller
Trumpets: Thorsten Benkenstein, Benny Brown, Ingolf Burkhardt, Claus Stötter (solo on 12) & Reiner Winterschladen
Saxophones / reeds: Fiete Felsch (alto & flute / solo on 11), Peter Bolte (alto & flute), Christof Lauer (tenor & soprano / solo on 4), Lutz Büchner (tenor & soprano / solo on 14), Sebastian Gille (tenor & soprano), Marcus Bartelt (baritone & bass clarinet)
Trombones: Dan Gottshall, Klaus Heidenreich, Stefan Lottermann, Ingo Lahme (tuba & bass trombone)
Percussion: Marcio Doctor
Piano & synths: Vladyslav Sendecki (solo on 8)

Nguyên Lê is a magician; his art reveals itself not only in his own compositions but also in his celebrations of the music of the past, where his approach to the latter resembles sculptures made of new clay. Remember Purple, his tribute to Jimi Hendrix, or more recently his Songs Of Freedom and its evocations of rock's greatest moments. He's a flamboyant guitarist and, while he shows courteous deference to his source material, he has always expressed the full diversity of an imaginary world engendered by his own history, that of a nomad, self-taught virtuoso: his music feeds on influences embracing all continents, and is painted with colours drawn from jazz, rock, and a kind of world fusion permeated with light. Celebrating The Dark Side Of The Moon demonstrates that the imagination of Nguyên Lê has indeed risen to power; it is no simple tribute to a record which made history. It fervently expresses the re-creation exempt from all imitation of a score which you can hear in filigree. Lê produced and arranged the album, and adds five tracks of his own, interspersing the Pink Floyd material. Korean singing sensation Youn Sun Nah adds dramatic vocals and Michael Gibbs provides the orchestration.

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