Trilok Gurtu - Crazy Saints - 1993

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Trilok Gurtu - Crazy Saints - 1993

Post by Musicgate on Sat Sep 04, 2010 2:11 am



Жанр: World Fusion, Jazz
Дата записи: WAITER QUINTUS AT ZTUDIO ZERKALL, GERMANY, MAY/JUNE 1993
Дата выпуска: 1993
Производитель диска: CMP CD 66
Страна исполнителя: India
Продолжительность: 46:38
Источник: Моя коллекция
Ripped by: Musicgate

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1. MANINI (T. Gurtu / D. Goyone) 7:06
2. TILLANA (Traditional, arranged by D. Goyone & T. Gurtu) 4:12
3. BALLAD FOR 2 MUSICIANS (J. Zavinu) 6:08 4. THE OTHER TUNE (J. Zavinul) 7.39
5. BLESSING IN DISGUISE (T. Gurtu) 9:26
6. CRAZY SAINTS (T. Gurtu / D. Goyone) 8:19
7. NO DISCRIMINATION (T. Gurtu) 3:38

Об исполнителе:

Official Site
wikipedia.org
Drummerworld: Trilok Gurtu
E.J.N. - TRILOK GURTU
worldmusicnet.net
allmusic.com
wikipedia.org
mintakamusic.com
india-today.com

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allmusic.com

Состав:

TRILOK GURTU: DRUMS, TABIA. VOICE, DOL, KANJIRA, PERCUSSION
DANIEL GOYONE: PIANO, KEYBOARDS
SHOBHA GURTU: VOICE
PAT METHENY: GUITAR, GUITAR SYNTHESIZER
JOE ZAWINUL: KEYBOARDS, PIANO
LOUIS SCLAVIS: BASS ClARINET, CLARINET, SOPRANO SAXOPHONE
ERNST REIJSEGER: CELLO
MARC BERTAUX: BASS

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Review by Bret Love (AMG)

Percussionist Trilok Gurtu comes from a long line of respected Indian classical musicians, but he's best known for his genre -blending fusions of world music and jazz. Crazy Saints is one of his most complex and challenging releases to date, enlisting the aid of jazz legends like guitarist Pat Metheny and Joe Zawinul to create a thoroughly modern sound that moves from razor sharp ensemble work to dizzying solos. The most effective songs are those that mine Gurtu's myriad world music influences, including "Manini" and "Blessing in Disguise," both of which are blessed with the haunting vocal ululations of Indian music legend Shobha Gurtu, the drummer's mother. The genteel balladry of "Ballad for 2 Musicians" and the excessive ambient noodling of "The Other Tune" may tax the patience of those with a lower tolerance for modern jazz wankery. But ultimately songs like the title track, which marries blistering beats in quirky time signatures with heavenly vocals and dazzling instrumental interplay, make the album a fine foray into jazz/world fusion.

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