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The Hammer
Ivo Perelman, Jay Rosen
első megjelenés éve: 2000
52 perc
(2000)

CD
4.391 Ft 

 

IMPORT!
Kosaramba teszem
1.  The hammer
2.  Frying pan destruction
3.  Abstinence
4.  Five avocados
5.  The fine points of living
6.  Milky selma
7.  The Shelton Hotel
8.  What's your favourite Subaru dealer?
9.  The no-business business
10.  Two weeks that changed one's life
11.  Too many clowns for a small circus
12.  Plant life
Jazz / Modern Creative, Avant-Garde Jazz, Jazz Instrument, Saxophone Jazz

Recorded at Hillside in March 1998.

Ivo Perelman, tenor saxophone, trombivo
Jay Rosen, drums

Front cover painting by Garth Erasmus; design/artwork by Lora Denis.

Walter Horn writes in his liner notes that, on this recording, tenor saxophonist Ivo Perelman in the company of drummer Jay Rosen, continues his deep exploration of the nether regions of improvised music: In part, because of their willingness to unlearn and re-learn the means whereby the beautiful in music may be created, Perelman and Rosen have given us a century-ending gift of extraordinary meaning.


Ivo Perelman has yet to release a less-than-outstanding recording, which is significant considering the seemingly endless flow of CDs that he has produced. For this one, he performs in duo with drummer Jay Rosen, with whom he has performed and recorded previously. As to be expected, there are moments of incredible power and spectacular musicianship. Not all of the pieces indulge in the kind of ferocious intensity that's been Perelman's hallmark, but the ones that do will amply reward his followers. The (relatively) softer tracks may not be quite as compelling, but they offer their own rewards. This is clearly music of the moment, free and improvised on the spot. Perelman lets loose an endless stream of ideas, and his passionate, fiery attack never lets down. There may be better Perelman releases available, but every disc, including this one, is filled with gems. ~ Steven Loewy, All Music Guide



Ivo Perelman

Active Decades: '90s and '00s
Born: Jan 12, 1961 in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Modern Creative, Avant-Garde Jazz, Jazz Instrument, Saxophone Jazz

As of 2001, tenor saxophonist Perelman had put out in the neighborhood of 20 albums as a leader since his recording debut in 1989. A remarkable number, considering Perelman plays a kind of music (free jazz) that has almost no viability as a commercial product. How he managed to convince so many small, independent labels to record him with such great frequency is a mystery. It's not that Perelman is not a fine player -- he plays well in the heavily distorted, abstract-expressionist vein first tapped in the '60s by the late Albert Ayler -- but there's little to separate him from contemporaries like Elliott Levin, Ken Simon, or a host of other stylistically-similar tenor players who have received far fewer opportunities. Perhaps it's the company he keeps; Perelman has had the good sense and abundant resources to hire top players to play on his records. His first album, Ivo (K2B2, 1989), featured an all-star cast that included drummer Peter Erskine, bassist John Patitucci, percussionist Airto, and vocalist Flora Purim, among others. As his career progressed, Perelman recorded often with players of the avant-garde; he's made albums with the bassist Dominic Duval, pianist Borah Bergman, drummers Rashied Ali and Jay Rosen, pianists Marilyn Crispell and Matthew Shipp, and guitarist Joe Morris, to name a very few. Perelman played classical guitar, cello, clarinet, trombone, and piano while growing up in Sao Paulo. At the age of 19 he adopted the tenor saxophone as his primary instrument. After coming to the U.S., he attended the Berklee School of Music in Boston for a semester before dropping out (Perelman is purportedly a mostly self-taught, instinctive player; it's not hard to imagine the problems he might have had in a regimented music education system). Perelman's travels took him to Los Angeles in 1986, where he studied privately and performed. Not long after the release of his first album in 1989, Perelman relocated to New York and began recording a series of albums on such labels as ITM,Enja, Ibeji, Homestead, CIMP, Cadence, and Leo. Perelman is noted for combining simple Brazilian folk themes with the techniques of free jazz; in 1997 he did the same thing with Jewish music, making En Adir: Traditional Jewish Songs for the Music & Arts label. Later, Perelman has recorded a series of duets with the aforementioned Bergman, Rosen, Morris (with Perelman on cello), and Crispell. It should be said to Perelman's credit that, while he may not be a terribly innovative or even distinctive player, he is a passionate artist who conveys a great depth of feeling through his music.
--- Chris Kelsey, All Music Guide

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