Originally Posted by Suite
yes I read the review on Carmen Gomes,actually one the last sentences sums it up quite well;
I have practically worn out that Wav file!
so I have moved on to the Paul Berner album, same kind of sound and with a magnificent Michael Moore,not playing free jazz this time but beautiful haunting melodies.And the interplay between the 2 guitars is magnificent.
did you hear the new Sound Liaison download,'' After Silence'' with master trumpet player Andre Heuvelman?
Fantastic album, in my opinion at least as good as the previous albums with Carmen Gomes and Paul Berner, which given how much I love those albums says it all really.
Andre Heuvelman is a fantastic musician, technique in abundance but also a musician with a message, one of those rare musicians who can convey a whole palette of emotion with having one long note change in color. And his ''Live orchestra'' is consisting of equally gifted mucisians, especially the Cellist and the Bandoneon player are really shining here.
"Sometimes you find what you are not looking for and that is especially true for the music on this album. The music on After Silence crossed my path, by meeting people or visiting places, events taking place or just materializing in my mind, but the one unifying factor for all 11 compositions is that they appeared after a moment of silence.
Silence is the most important part of my music making.
Silence is there, foregoing every first note I play.
Silence being the place for inspiration.
Silence which lets me start each piece of music as a child hearing it for the first time.
Silence keeping me from automatically following the beaten path."...... Andre Heuvelman
Higly Recommended http://www.soundliaison.com/