An amazing solo CD of free improvisation from guitarit David Stackenaus, showing incredible technique and melodic intent, equally at ease when exploring tonality and melody or abstract noisy textures; compelling and impressive playing!
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Label: Clean Feed
Catalog ID: CF421CD
Squidco Product Code: 24159
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded at Vittinge kyrka on December 18th, 2013, by Goran Stegborn.
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"Has toured as soloist and with many different groups in Europe, the USA, Japan and the Middle East. In 2000 David released critics´ acclaimed CD the guitar on swedish label Häpna and has since then released bow on Kning-Disk (2006) and Separator on Found You Recordings (2009). Also plays with LabField (w/ Ingar Zach), SEVAL, Les Sons Du Nuage, Lina Nyberg Band and the New Songs (w/ Sofia Jernberg a.o) and has participated as musician and made music for many different theatre- and dance pieces. Through the years he has played with, among many others: Evan Parker, Barry Guy, Lina Nyberg, Sofia Jernberg, Rhodri Davies, Paul Lovens, Axel Dörner, Sten Sandell, Thurston Moore, Mazen Kerbaj, Christine Abdelnour, Ken Vandermark, Paal Nilssen-Love, Cecilia Persson, Jim O' Rourke, Tatsuya Nakatani."-Ballrogg Website (http://www.ballrogg.no/bio.html)
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1. Plaza Hidalgo 5:55
2. Limache 6:50
3. Paramo 11:42
4. Pictor 5:38
5. Morioka 7:17
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"The last solo CD ("Separator") recorded by David Stackenaus with acoustic guitars was released 8 years ago. Too much time without having a close listening of the developments taken by the continuous research this Swedish guitarist is doing of the unplugged instrument that, even being the most popular in the world, still has some secrets to explore. The focus may be the same, with a similar succession of sketches ("bricks"), but there's much more happening than before: both the musician and the music grew considerably. The sound is raw but its contents are exquisite. The structures can be complex and intricated, but the Delta blues roots we always recognized in this improviser's guitar language appear in the cracks and sometimes stay at the surface. Nothing is excluded in this musical microcosm - after all, Stackenaus is one of those jazz musicians we find either in the mainstream and the creative fields, equally at ease when exploring tonality and melody or abstract noisytextures. He has a unique way of playing guitar, and some of the applied techniques are his own. David Stackenaus uses preparations and conventional procedures as he sees fit and with no preconceptions. After this fundamental work, you're certainly going to add his name among your favorite guitar players."-Clean Feed
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