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Beat Kaestli - Live In Europe (2015)

20-01-2016, 00:31
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Title: Live In Europe
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: B+B Productions
Genre: Jazz Vocals
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 55:47
Total Size: 131 MB

1. Day In, Day Out (Live) ( 5:26)
2. Conflicted (Live) ( 5:32)
3. Missing/Here Comes The Rain Again (Live) ( 6:12)
4. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise (Live) (10:30)
5. That's All (Live) ( 4:53)
6. Why Should I Pretend (Live) ( 5:17)
7. The Choice You Make/Choix De Vie (Live) ( 6:12)
8. What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life (Live) ( 5:23)
9. Body And Soul (Live) ( 6:19)

In my humble estimation, there are two ballad singers (living) without peer: Rebecca Parris and Beat Kaestli. The latter has had a string of recent recordings that are as innovative as they are entertaining, including: Happy, Sad And Satisfied (B&B Productions, 2005), Invitation (Chesky Records, 2010), and Collage (B&B Productions, 2014).

Kaestli sneaks a live recording in on us: Live in Europe where he performs with a trio lead by pianist Walter Fischbacher (musical and life partner of vocalist Elizabeth Lohninger, both close associates of Kaestli's). Kaestli's European repertoire is plentiful in his trademark ballad singing with the addition of the contemporary pop of the Eurythmics' "Here Comes the Rain Again," which melds sonically in medley with "Missing" both folded into a seamless samba. Central to this performance is a scintillating "Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise," which is introduced gently with an angular Petr Dvorsky bass solo. A ballad typically tethered to tempo harmonically, Kaestli and Fischbacher liberate the melody giving it free-floating flight. The tempo almost too slow is nevertheless perfect for the exposition. The performances exists as evidence of Kaestli's command of the genre. ~C. Michael Bailey

Personnel: Beat Kaestli: voice; Walter Fischbacher: piano; Petr Dvorsky: bass; Andreas Winter: drums.

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ogutierrez   User offline   22 January 2016 01:12

Thank you v. m.

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