The 2nd Digital Primitives release (Cooper-Moore, Asif Tsahar, Chad Taylor) digs in deep to fuse a new sound from blues, folk, jazz & funk, with accents from the music's African antecedents.
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Label: Hopscotch Records
Catalog ID: HOP 42
Squidco Product Code: 11891
Packaging: Cardstock foldover
Tracks 1, 4, 6, 9 recorded July 2007 at Monsterland, NY; Tracks 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10 recorded April 2009 at Vibramonk, NY. Mixed by Assif except tracks 1 & 4 by Tamir Muskat.
Cooper-Moore-vocal, banjo, twinger
Assif Tsahar-tenor sax, bass clarinet
Chad Taylor-drums, m'bira, percussion
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1. Walkabout 4:13
2. Crackle & Pop 5:46
3. Love Truth 4:04
4. The People 6:05
5. Hum 6:16
6. Somewhere Over... 3:35
7. No Holiday 6:24
8. Herehowhere 7:30
9. For Fred Anderson 3:51
10. Twice 7:45
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"Hum Crackle and Pop, the long awaited second release of Digital Primitives forges a group sound that is fresh and unique. Digging deeply to unearth the roots of American music, the trio fuses a new sound from blues, folk, jazz and funk, with accents from the music's African antecedents.
Master musician instrument builder Cooper-Moore is setting the tone with the diddley-bo, twanger, mouth-bo, the fretless bango (your dictionary won't find it but your ears would love it), and Assif Tsahar is free flowing expressive as ever on his tenor Sax and bass clarinet while Chad Taylor ruff's it up pushing the groove deeper and the deeper. Together they tell us a story that is both dramatic and joyful, keeping it always close to the heart."-Hopscotch Records
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Digital Primitives (Cooper-Moore / Tsahar / Taylor)
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