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Meier, Tommy Root Down: The Master And The Rain (Intakt)

Reedist and composer Tommy Meier's Root Down is a passionate tribal-percussive heavy band from Switzerland with a large set of players including pianist Irene Schweizer; irresistible new jazz!
 

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UPC: 7640120191818

Label: Intakt
Catalog ID: INT181
Squidco Product Code: 13362

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2010
Country: Switzerland
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded on December 6th and 7th, 2009, "Camel Dance" on March 12, 2007 at Jazzclub Moods, Zurich by Willy Strehler. "The Rain Part II" recorded on August 30th, 2008 at Jazzfestival, Willisau by Martin Pearson.


Personnel:

Tommy Meier-tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, compositions

Russ Johnson-trumpet

Marco von Orelli-trumpet

Co Streiff-alto and soprano saxophones

Peter Landis-tenor and baritone saxophones

Hans-Peter Pfammatter-trombone

Mihael Flury-trumbone

Irene Schweizer-piano

Hands-Peter Pfammatter-key bass

Luca Sisera-bass

Flo Goette-electric bass

Fredi Flukiger-drums, rain percussion

Chris Jager-percussion

Trixa Arnold-turntables

Stephan Thelen-guitar

Jan Schlegel-electric bass

Herbert Kramis-bass

Marco Kappeli-drums

Peter Scharli-trumpet on "The Rain Part II" and "Camel Dance"

Andi Marti-trumbone on "The Rain Part II"

Jurg Wickihalder-soprano saxophone

Chris Wiesendanger-keys on "Camel Dance"

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track listing:


1. Ogoni 6:51

2. The Forbidden Land 2:49

3. No Agreement 9:18

4. Camel Dance 4:00

5. The Veil 1:47

6. The Root 4:29

7. Across the Sands 2:48

8. The Bride 6:33

9. The Rain Part II 5:49

10. Jackals, Children, Everything 4:15

11. Invocation 2:55

12. Colonial Mentality 8:38

13. The Master 9:55
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"Tribal Drums, melodic bass pulse, dark swinging brass phrases and a short wild solo from Irene Schweizer: The opening of the new CD The Master and the Rain could hardly be more moving. It immediately comes back to you, that special taste of this music which had such an infectious effect already on the debut album by Tommy Meier Root Down. A taste of Africa and Jazz which grew out of grappling with a passion. In the black heart of a white Swiss. [...]"-Pirmin Bossart, from the liner notes



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