…Sounds like then the soft music…"
José Emilio Pacheco
Combined, in the instant music, the desire and the fullness ?, or is only a 'duration' of the evanescent time ? The saxophone shows the path and the piano, next to the battery pageants joy. Chris Potter, Jason Moran and Paul Motian are those who trace the patterns of time jazzitico on your work "Lost In A Dream". "The pace encloses the silence, as well as being temporary crosses the vacuum that separates the moment," said eloquently Gaston Bachelard.. Jazz, on its part, dodges the random of the moment. its enduring magic. The tenor sax of Potter, on the theme "Casino", usurps vigorously the staff of the time, together with the piano of Moran, always so fiercely subtle, wielding their logical reasons and stylistic interpretative for its lightness. Beautiful internal beat. That 'this virgin, lively and beautiful of Stéphane Mallarmé is reborn in each song here savored, here perceived from the aesthetic passion. Are We the listeners, dreamers of the jazz, cartoonists with emotional pen, its sounds torn, subtle?. This trio, with its live concert, seems to be reflecting on the mystery of his poetic execution. It is the charm of the tenor sax offering his handwriting in the wind, which commits in the air, ambling merrily. Jason Moran, in "Midnight Blue" has the habit of slip on the keyboard with your pause naturally delicate, resoundingly delineated. And Motian, just in the rhythmic convergence, volatile, and lightweight. "Will the man a poetic destination ? ", Have been asked about the poets, and before this musical impressionism of "Lost In A Dream", I feel compelled to respond with a resounding afirmacionsigilosa but fragile yet strong, such as the colorful footprint that permeate these three musicians gathered one day in February of 2009. "When you breathe in the memory are good all the odors," probationally the poet of the moment, and for us, when the sound atisbamos complicity in their heroic, are welcome all the surprises, such as in the theme "Drum Music": It alters the pace to the service of the imaginary musical, where Potter and Motian are discussed in a fantastic duel, playful and breakup 'free', with Moran overflowed, percutivo and expressive. The best 'track' of the work. Listen "Lost In A Dream", that is, precisely, get lost in a dream, outside of exotic and potent with knew drunk. They are don Quixotes of jazz that allow you to plot the future, and in the words of Guyau, "desertification is accurate, it is necessary to want, we must extend the hand ( and the ear ) and walk to create the future. The future is not what is coming toward us but the things toward which we are going."
Octubre 23 - 2013 Twitter:@jazzero
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