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Album · 2018

Tracklist

1 Casting Off 6:57
2 All The World 10:58
3 The Lost 9:13
4 When I Land 3:28
5 The Timekeeper 5:28
6 Coming About 1:42
7 All Hands 9:21
8 Last Stand / Final Approach 8:36
9 I Arrive 8:23

Line-up/Musicians

Acoustic Guitar, Slide Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar – Nels Cline
Alto Saxophone – Fabian Rucker
Composed By [All Music Composed By], Arranged By [All Music Arranged By], Conductor [All Music Conducted By] – Bobby Previte
Drums [Trap Drums], Percussion, Autoharp, Guitar, Harmonica – Bobby Previte
Harp – Zeena Parkins
Piano – John Medeski
Voice, Erhu [Er Hu], Piano – Jen Shyu

About this release

RareNoise Records ‎– RNR090 (UK)

Recorded April 24, 25, 2017 at Figure 8 Studios, Brooklyn NY

Thanks to snobb for the addition and js for the updates

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In year 1971 Carla Bley's massive 6-sides eclectic jazz-rock opera "Escalator Over The Hill" became sensation of sort presenting bulky if way-too-long collection of musical genres and scenes' stars all mixed together. Where else dedicated listener had the possibility to hear Jack Bruce, Linda Ronstadt,Jeanne Lee,Don Cherry,Charlie Haden,Gato Barbieri,Roswell Rudd,John McLaughlin,Paul Motian,Enrico Rava and some others playing/singing together?

London-based RareNoise label for some last years trying hard mixing their basic prog/rock aesthetics with creative jazz and improvs elements, at their best the results are truly impressive. Last year they released unpredictable "Loneliness Road" where mainstream jazz rooted trio of organist Jamie Saft,bassist Steve Swallow and drummer Bobby Previte is improved with Iggy Pop(!) singing on three songs ("Don't Lose Yourself" is a true killer, two others are just fillers though).

Now they continues with Bobby Previte's "Rhapsody" - second in line American drummer and composer's suite where (as almost half a century ago on Carla's "Escalator...") one can hear some leading modern creative scene's musicians playing together. Guitarist Nels Cline,harpist Zeena Parkins,pianist John Medeski are well known to everyone familiar with downtown scene, American (of SE Asian descent) vocalist Jen Shyu is one of the brightest new name among creative jazz vocalists of today. Only dark horse in a list is young Austrian sax player Fabian Rucker, but he does his job really well.

Most important is still music itself - Previte demonstrates here well-framed and tightly composed modern rock opera rooted in prog rock aesthetics of the past (there are few moments sounding as citation from Pink Floyd music of mid 70s),but deeply reworked according to new millennium requirements. Take on material is almost classical with attention to details and melodic lines importance. Combined with neo-classical/Far Eastern trad vocals of Jen (plus tasteful addition of Chinese traditional string instrument erhu sounds, played by her as well) it produces music, which could sound more comfortably in modern opera than on rock scene. Still guitar licks and explosive sax solos together with high energetic level in general make whole music quite accessible and possibly attractive for listeners,more familiar with rock music too.

Freshly sounding, diverse and modern (with respect to different traditions), "Rhapsody" is a really successful release which can attract listeners of very different background/interests.

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