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Alex Machacek, Raphael Preuschl, Herbert Pirker - FAT: Living the Dream (2015)

17-12-2015, 14:10
Music | Jazz

Title: FAT: Living the Dream
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Abstract Logix
Genre: Jazz
Quality: Mp3 320 kbps
Total Time: 0:54:10
Total Size: 123 Mb


01. Disco Hit 05:14
02. Hippedie Hop 06:23
03. ByeBye 06:46
04. Argonaut 02:53
05. Flexibility 07:37
06. Quinte Et Sens 02:46
07. Aux Delices De Tunis 02:31
08. L'Appel De La Mer 03:58
09. La Linea 03:20
10. Repeat After Me 05:11
11. Oh Lard 07:22

Living the Dream is the second chapter of FAT - next-generation guitar modernist Alex Machacek's Fabulous Austrian Trio, featuring bassist Raphael Preuschl and drummer Herbert Pirker. With the sensitive touch of a jazz guitarist, the intervallic ingenuity and harmonic density of a post-serialist composer, and a seemingly endless capacity for improvisational empathy, Machacek has been turning heads on his own and when performing alongside such iconic musical forces as Terry Bozzio, Jeff Sipe, and Gary Husband. No less than John McLaughlin remarked that 'Machacek's music starts where other music ends. 'Born in Austria - native nation of Haydn, Strauss, Webern, and Schoenberg - Machacek revels in the company of his countrymen throughout Living the Dream. In Preuschl and Pirker, Machacek has cultivated a trio of boundless resourcefulness, with the technical capacity to support and enrich his ecstatic flights and the depth and taste to keep the potentially demanding music emotionally grounded. Machacek's deft hand as a producer further elevates the trio's captivating dynamic with cunning electronic touches and subtle overdubs. Across a program of eleven original compositions (four by Preuschl, the rest Machacek's), Living the Dream is a compelling document of a remarkable new ensemble as they fearless probe the boundaries of a post-fusion univers

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