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Peace With Every Step Import

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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (19 octobre 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00049QPEC
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Les vingt musiciens qui forment Build An Ark sont représentés sur la pochette de ce premier album du collectif de Los Angeles. Build An Ark est l'un des rares groupes à perpétuer l'esprit d'une époque où le jazz - au sens large - se voulait libertaire et hédoniste. Et c'est ce que cherche à recréer Peace With Every Step, disque pas si anachronique que cela et franchement plaisant.

La formation emmenée par les vétérans Carlos Niño, Adam Rudoph et Phil Ranelin (co-fondateur du label Tribe) ne fait pas mystère de son inspiration puisée chez Pharoah Sanders, Alice Coltrane ou Sun Ra. Mélangé au soul jazz de Build An Ark, cela donne un cocktail riche et harmonieux, empreint de pacifisme.

Avec les dix huit titres plus ou moins étirés de Peace With Every Step, tout amateur de groove devrait trouver son bonheur dans la musique irrésistible et accessible de Build An Ark.




Loïc Picaud - Copyright 2017 Music Story

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Not just music, a message. 8 avril 2013
Par S. Marsh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If there is one thing you should know about this project and this album, here it is: This is Peace music. It might seem self evident from the title, but "Peace With Every Step" was originally envisioned in the wake of the shock of September 11 with the hope and mission of spreading love and peace out into the world. Though the music is filled with intention, it achieves it without a directed focus. They find their way by feel, not by sight.

This album presents many opportunities for fearless self reflection. The music invites the listener to both appreciate a mellow instrumental tune and investigate whether having heard it has made a palpable difference in the world. There is a remarkable clarity, and yet an undeniable subtlety to how the Build an Ark has chosen to pull this off. At other moments the repetition practically commands you to really hear the message "Be Bold and Be Peace".

Although the music is about peace, the listener will find a few notable departures of the familiar coupling of "peace" and "quiet", The first being the wailing saxophone and vocal accompaniment of the opening track "You Gotta Have Freedom". Any hip hop fans will also want to check out the J-Rocc remix of this song as it is spectacular. As a collaborative effort of many Los Angeles based artists, you can get a feel for the distinctive atmosphere and free creativity of the collective with the extemporaneous shouts to jazz masters woven into the other bookend 'Always There'.

Viewed as a whole, this album is imbued with sentimentality, quirky character, and love. To people who think these are frivolous pursuits, the music will be little more than window dressing - it will quickly fade into the background. However, to those who value such things as important, even essential ways to communicate and shape the world around us, this could become a cherished treasure.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 neo-organic-garage-band jazz... 20 février 2005
Par Ronald Davis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
im the first reviewer hunh? ...thats a big responsibility, cause yall gonna hafta live and die with my advice solely to advice you... daggone... the pressure is mounting...

but sumbodygotadoit...

build an ark is a california jazz collective... i had never ever heard'a em till i purchased the cd (luckily the store i get my music at allows you to lissen to the albums before you buy them!) ...i proly shouldnt have used 'garage' in my title description, cause that might imply 'funk' or 'soul' to many people, when actually these cats is cool and laid back with how they approach their music; no pfunk 'funky' but no where near 'smooth' jazz status either. more 'tribal' with their sound/semi-spritual or bohemian in their approach.

drums and flutes are their primary instruments.

i'd reference them along the likes of archie shepp's 'attica blues'... soel's 'memento'... fertile ground's 'seasons change'... alice coltrane's 'journey in satchidananda'... yeah, pharoah sanders would fit right in with these folks, mosdefinitely!

18 tracks; 63 mins and ten seconds of music with only one real mistake, their rendition of 'pure imagination' (blaaah! that's right, the willy wonka and the chocolate factory song! keep havin annoying visions of gene wilder and that big purple hat of his!!!! what was they thinkin???

...like i said, BLAAAAH!!!) ... this would have gotten five stars from me, but a couple times they seem to push the envelope towards 'boring' than 'creative'... but not a bad purchase overall, if you dig the eclectic.
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