The second volume from the trio of Bill Frisell (guitar), Carol Emanuel (harp) and Kenny Wollesen (vibraphone, bells) playing Zorn's mystical compositions that leave room for improvisation.
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Catalog ID: TZA-CD-8306
Squidco Product Code: 17585
Packaging: Cardstock Gatefold Sleeve
Recorded in December 2012 by Marc Urselli at EastSide Sound, NYC.
Kenny Wollesen-vibraphone, bells
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1. Sacred Oracle 5:35
2. Hymn Of The Naassenes 5:06
3. Dance Of Sappho 4:06
4. The Bacchanalia 2:56
5. Consolamentum 5:49
6. Ode To The Cathars 6:56
7. Apollo 3:28
8. Yaldabaoth 3:54
9. The Nymphs 10:48
Related Categories of Interest:
NY Downtown & Jazz/Improv
Melodic and Lyrical Jazz
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"A second volume from the fabulous trio of Bill Frisell, Carol Emanuel and Kenny Wollesen who first came together on the Gnostic Preludes from 2012. Universally acclaimed as one of Zorn's most beautiful and evocative projects, the music here follows in that tradition-a minimalist modal lyricism distinguished by complex rhythmic twists and turns, Zorn's dramatic ever-shifting sound blocks and, of course, the brilliant improvisations of guitar wizard Bill Frisell. Gorgeous mystical music uniting Ancient traditions with those of the 21st century, this is a charming collection of Gnostic Odes and Dances to be enjoyed by young and old alike!"-Tzadik
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"Kenny Wollesen (born 1966) is an American drummer and percussionist.
Wollesen lives in New York City. He has recorded and toured with Tom Waits, Sean Lennon, Ron Sexsmith, Bill Frisell, Norah Jones, John Lurie, Myra Melford, Steven Bernstein, and John Zorn. He is a founding member of the New Klezmer Trio and a member of the Sex Mob and Himalayas groups. He also performs on the soundtrack to the popular children's show The Backyardigans.
Kenny grew up in Capitola, CA, studying at Aptos HS and spent many teenage years jamming with Donny McCaslin. He spent quality classroom time with flugelhornist and arranger Ray Brown at Cabrillo College. Kenny also arranges and studied vibraphone at Cabrillo."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenny_Wollesen)
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