This Amsterdam based trio with releases on TriTone and Evil Rabbit use a non-hierarchical aproach drawing on a vast vocabulary of improvisational techniques.
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Label: Evil Rabbit
Catalog ID: ERR 04
Squidco Product Code: 9159
Country: The Netherlands
Packaging: Cardstock gatefold foldover
Recorded by Chris Weeda, November 9 & 10, 2006 at Leroy Studio, Amsterdam.
Mixed and mastered by Chris Weeda
tracks 3, 6 ,9, 10 by A. van Veenendaal
tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8 by M. Kneer
All compositions commisioned by Fonds voor de Scheppende Toonkunst
Albert van Veenendaal-prepared piano
Yonga Sun-drums, things
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1. Happy Hour 6:34
2. Posthume Verleumdung 5:25
3. Alex the Woitec Guy 7:22
4. Easy Uneasy 5:12
5. As Cucumbers 6:10
6. Dance to Sing strangely with 4:26
7. Wolf Hunt 7:21 inspired by Lev Tolstoi's novel 'War and Peace
8. Lonely Weekend 6:07
9. Predictable Point of Impact 6:33
10. Papperlapapp 7:13 to the memory of Velimir Chlebnikov
descriptions, reviews, &c.
"... The trio's main feature is a non hierarchical approach, free of any cliche. Predictable Point of Impact is a powerful statement of a matured collaboration. They combine the adventurous content of improvisation with the subtlety of a classical chamber music trio, topped off with the vigour of a rock band. They often use grooving figures where each one of the members might take on the roll as grooving element, allowing the other two to move freely. The suppleness with which they shift roles and take over is amazing. The effect is kaleidoscopic music that transforms into a movie in the listenerís head. Above all, Van Veenendaal and Kneer write gripping compositions that take a whimsical course and reach a lot further than the typical theme-solo-theme setup found in most jazz music. Their music is definitely not American maid. The joyful marches, the circus-like music or the almost rocky vamps are absolutely European by origin."-Herman te Loo, Jazzflits
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Van Veenendaal, Albert / Meinrad Kneer / Yonga Sun
Predictable Point of Impact