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Daniel Levin Quartet - Friction (2015) Lossless

19-10-2015, 18:37
Music | Jazz | FLAC / APE

Daniel Levin Quartet - Friction (2015) Lossless

Artist: Daniel Levin Quartet
Title Of Album: Friction
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Clean Feed
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 49:14 min
Total Size: 253 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


1. Launcher 05:18
2. Whisper 06:07
3. Terrarium I 03:19
4. Chol 10:21
5. Terrarium II 05:13
6. Particles 08:06
7. Lyrical 04:47
8. Springtime 06:04

Daniel Levin - Cello
Nate Wooley - Trumpet
Matt Moran - Vibraphone
Torbjorn Zetterberg - Double Bass

It’s nothing less than curious that the most “jazzy” of all Daniel Levin’s projects, his Quartet, has also the most obvious of the classical chamber music connotations. Often labled as an avant-garde cellist, Levin uses this band with trumpeter Nate Wooley, vibraphonist Matt Moran and double bassist Torbjorn Zetterberg to put into sound his most melodic scores, translating vocal qualities to the lead voices of cello and trumpet. While some experimental singers use the voice as an instrument, going beyond the song specifications, this New York musician explores the opposite direction. This “vocal music” is simultaneously intriguing and seductive, even for more conventional listeners. You wouldn’t expect a former collaborator of mind-blowing expressionists like William Parker, Joe McPhee, and Ivo Perelman to play such beautiful, detailed and exquisite chamber jazz, but here it is. And if you never imagined that Wooley and Zetterberg could be in the same band, well, they are. There are no “don’ts” in music, only in some people’s heads.

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Nick Cave   User offline   19 October 2015 18:48

Genial Trabajo, Muy Agradecido !!!!

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