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  • Performer: James Coleman
  • Album: Zuihitsu
  • FLAC: 1412 mb | MP3: 1904 mb
  • Released: 2001
  • Style: Abstract, Free Improvisation
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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James Coleman - Zuihitsu album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 This Castle Keeps Me 1:39
2 Burial Of The Combs 3:21
3 Katydid
Soprano Saxophone – Bhob Rainey
3:25
4 Muddy Kemaris 5:02
5 Lady Of The Combs 2:55
6 Flying Water Shrine 2:28
7 Each Spire An Animal
Performer – Undr Quartet
3:19
8 Events At The Laurel Pond 2:00
9 Zwittering Maschine
Soprano Saxophone – Bhob Rainey
3:30
10 Tsunekos' Dream 4:25
11 The Singing Sword 1:55
12 Sticks & Stones I 2:13
13 Sticks & Stones II 1:25
14 Kokin Mystery Birds 4:04
15 Released To The Stars
Performer – Undr Quartet
2:41

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Moon Hill Studio
  • Recorded At – Studio 7A West
  • Engineered At – Studio 7A West
  • Mastered At – M Works Mastering Studio, Cambridge, MA

Credits

  • Artwork – Sofia Göthlin
  • Cello [Amplified], Cello [Aluminum], Sarangi, Electronics – Vic Rawlings (tracks: 2, 7, 15)
  • Design [Logo, Package] – Paul Collegio
  • Drums, Percussion, Percussion [Bowed] – Tatsuya Nakatani (tracks: 1, 4 to 6, 8, 10-14)
  • Mastered By – Peter Warren
  • Recorded By, Engineer – Mike 'You're Rolling!' Caglianone*
  • Technician [Noise Reduction By] – Matthew Azevedo
  • Theremin – James Coleman
  • Trumpet – Greg Kelley (tracks: 4, 7, 11, 14, 15)
  • Voice – Liz Tonne (tracks: 5, 7, 10, 15)

Notes

Recorded and engineered at Studio 7A West, Charlestown, MA
Noise reduction at M-Works studios, Cambridge, MA
Mastered at Moon Hill Studio, Lexington, MA
Logo and package design for Isotope Design.
© James Coleman 2000 BMI
©2001 Sedimental

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 26UB1<0795>COLEMAN
  • Rights Society: BMI

COLEMAN HAWKINS : tenor sax KENNY BURRELL : guitar RAY BRYAND : piano WENDELL MARSHALL : bass OSIE JOHNSON : drums. 50+ видео Воспроизвести все. Воспроизвести.

Little sounds, some squeaks, silence, and close listening: These are the qualities that define Zuihitsu, a Japanese word meaning miscellany or running brush. The theremin is an odd instrument on which to improvise, although perhaps it is one of those rare gizmos for which improvisation is a necessity. Leader James Coleman plays it with subtle care. Due to technical limitations, melody is hard to produce, so the eerie, spacey, even ghostly sounds are a perfect fit for the sort of wild, free (though usually soft) improvisations that characterize this recording

Recorded and engineered at Studio 7A West, Charlestown, MA Noise reduction at M-Works studios, Cambridge, MA Mastered at Moon Hill Studio, Lexington, MA Logo and package design for Isotope Design. Matrix, Runout: 26UB1<0795 COLEMAN. Rights Society: BMI. Recommendations.

In Groups: Masashi Harada Condanction Ensemble, Masashi Harada Trio, The BSC, Undr Quartet. SED CD 030. James Coleman. Zuihitsu ‎(CD, Album).

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Today zuihitsu is taught in some literature classes in the West but its hybrid nature challenges a precise definition, and perhaps for that reason it has escaped writers’ hands and remained a literary concept, albeit a beautiful one. The Japanese describe the genre as a running brush as it does not lie so much in the subjects it deals with but rather in the movement of the wind. It gathers all of the inventory that we are, Calvino would say. In zuihitsu we feel the writing process and touch the textures of the author’s mind more than the themes or subjects referred to, which is why it is often translated as miscellany or miscellaneous essay; there is no central point but rather parts that interact with each other. There could be, for example, parts in verse, and which is perhaps the best vehicle for an idea, and parts in prose, whose function is to absorb the sentimentalism in a way that verse cannot.