Klucevsek's 3rd CD for Tzadik presents a series of compositions filled with his patented wit and humor, scored for a quartet of some of his closest collaborators.
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Catalog ID: TZA-CD-7627
Squidco Product Code: 11435
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded September through October, 2008 at Kaleidoscope Studios, Union City, NJ by Randy Cralton.
Guy Klucevsek-Accordion, Bass Accordion, Piano
Steve Elson-Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone
John Hollenbeck-Drums, Percussion
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1. March Of The Lazy Prognosticators 3:10
2. Dancing On The Volcano 4:49
3. Amazing Graves - Part 1 Intro 1:26
4. Amazing Graves - Part 2 Waltz 3:08
5. Grooved Shoulders 5:44
6. Bone Dance 2:49
7. Night Traveler (After Mary Oliver) 5:44
8. The Man With The Rubber Head (A Waltz) 3:30
9. Meet Me On The Midway 2:13
10. Soft Landing 2:45
11. The Return Of Lasse 2:37
12. Any Day Now 3:58
13. Closer By Far 7:39
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"Guy Klucevsek is one of the world's first and foremost accordion virtuosos, performing with the likes of Laurie Anderson, Anthony Braxton, Dave Douglas, Bill Frisell, Fred Frith and the Kronos Quartet, among many others. His music has graced theater productions, films, dance concerts and he has toured with his ensembles the world over. Guy's third CD for Tzadik presents a series of charming new compositions filled with the patented Klucevsek wit and humor, and is scored for a fabulous quartet of some of his closest collaborators. A new CD from Guy is always a delight, and this is one of his very best."-Tzadik
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"John Hollenbeck is a composer of music uncategorizable beyond the fact of being always identifiably his. A conceptualist able to translate the traditions of jazz and new music into a fresh, eclectic, forward-looking language of his own invention, intellectually rewarding yet ever accessibly vibrant. A drummer and percussionist possessed of a playful versatility and a virtuosic wit. Most of all, a musical thinker - whether putting pen to paper or conjuring spontaneous sound - allergic to repetition, forever seeking to surprise himself and his audiences. [...]
Hollenbeck received degrees in percussion and jazz composition from the Eastman School of Music before moving to New York City in the early 1990s. He was profoundly shaped by the mentorship of two hugely influential artists: trombonist/arranger/composer Bob Brookmeyer and composer/choreographer Meredith Monk. His relationship with Brookmeyer reached back to the age of 14, when he attended the SUNY Binghamton Summer Jazz Workshop, and continued at Eastman, through NEA-funded composition study, and finally on the bandstand with Brookmeyer's New Art Orchestra and in the studio with Brookmeyer and trumpet great Kenny Wheeler. For Monk, Hollenbeck composed and performed the percussion scores for five of her works: "Magic Frequencies," "Mercy," "The Impermanence Project," "Songs of Ascension" and "On Behalf of Nature."
Hollenbeck's awards and honors include four Grammy nominations; the 2012 Doris Duke Performing Artist Award, the 2010 ASCAP Jazz Vanguard Award and a 2007 Guggenheim Fellowship; winning the Jazz Composers Alliance Composition Contest in 1995 and 2002; Meet the Composer's Grants in 1995 and 2001; and a Rising Star Arranger win in the 2012 and 2013 DownBeat Critics' Polls as well as in 2011 for the JHLE as Rising Star Big Band. John was a professor of Jazz Drums and Improvisation at the Jazz Institute Berlin from 2005-2016 and in 2015 joined the faculty of McGill University's Schulich School of Music."-John Hollenbeck Website (http://johnhollenbeck.com/about/biography/)
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