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Fred Frith Evelyn Glennie - The Sugar Factory (2007) [FLAC]


Complete Name :Fred Frith Evelyn Glennie - The Sugar Factory (2007) [FLAC]
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Fred Frith Evelyn Glennie - The Sugar Factory (2007) [FLAC]


Category Rock/Pop, Rock, Classical, International, Jazz Instrument, Miscellaneous, Classics (Silents / Avant Garde), Jazz
Label Tzadik Records
Orig Year 2007
All Time Sales Rank  14850  
Discs 1
Release Date Aug 28, 2007
Studio/Live Studio
Producer Fred Frith
Recording Time 48 minutes
Personnel Fred Frith - electric guitar, organ
Evelyn Glennie - vocals, toy piano, vibraphone, marimba, drums, cymbals, steel drum, gong




.: Tracklist :


SUGAR FACTORY is a soundtrack of sorts to a documentary entitled TOUCH THE SOUND about Scottish percussionist Evelyn Glennie. Recorded during its filming, SUGAR FACTORY echoes the collaboration of Glennie with British avant-gardist Fred Frith ...    Full Descriptionon electric guitar and marimba, metal objects and paper, organ and toy piano, and more. Serene and minimal at times, the album features melodic improvisations with the prolific Frith riffing off pieces led by Glennie's pervasive percussion.
This collaboration between Fred Frith and Scottish percussion soloist Evelyn Glennie was suggested by filmmaker Thomas Riedelsheimer to coincide with the filming of "Touch The Sound", a documentary feature about Glennie and her work. The recordings took place in a disused sugar factory (hence the title) in Dormagen, Germany where the pair set about a series of raw improvisations that were then edited down into these six bewitching pieces. The entire recording is characterised by the imposing, cavernous presence of the factory itself, which as Frith concedes in the liner notes, soaks the whole session in its unique reverberations. Consequently there's a very definite sense of atmosphere that looms over everything, adding a stark industrial edge to Glennie's percussive elements (particularly on the fearsome opener 'A Route Of Wolves'), but by the same hand making Frith's guitar sound positively majestic - never more so than on the closing 'Walls Are Loosening/A Little Prayer' which finds the two musicians linking up for their most obviously melodic collaboration. Frith's crystalline lead part soars above Glennie's warm, infinitely gentle marimba piece making for a real spine tingler of a closing number. Highly recommended.Composers: Evelyn Glennie; Fred Frith.

Personnel: Fred Frith (electric guitar, organ); Evelyn Glennie (vocals, toy piano, vibraphone, marimba, drums, cymbals, steel drum, gong).

Audio Mixer: Myles Boisen.

Liner Note Author: Fred Frith.

Recording information: ZuckerFabrik, Dormagen, Germany.

Tracks:

 1. A Route Of Wolves 7:42
 2. In The World To Change The World 7:54
 3. A Rag Of Colts 4:13
 4. Scuttlebutt 6:07
 5. A Cast Of Hawks 7:54
 6. Walls Are Loosening 15:05



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Fred Frith Evelyn Glennie - The Sugar Factory (2007) [FLAC]
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01 - A Route of Wolves.flac36.69 MB
02 - In The World To Change The World.flac45.96 MB
03 - A Rag Of Colts.flac20.35 MB
04 - Scuttlebutt.flac35.17 MB
05 - A Cast Of Hawks.flac48.17 MB
06 - Walls are Loosening A Little Prayer.flac66.86 MB
artwork/CD back.tif4.55 MB
artwork/Cd cover front inside.tif5.37 MB
artwork/CD cover front.tif5.32 MB
info.txt2.67 kB
The Sugar Factory.cue924.00 B
The Sugar Factory.log5.73 kB
The Sugar Factory.m3u190.00 B
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