Dizrhythmia Too

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Dizrhythmia Too

Postby inkinthewell on Tue Sep 27, 2016 5:25 pm

RIchard Barbieri once again working with Gavin Harrison, Jakko Jakszyk, Danny Thompson and Pandit Danesh on Dizrhythmia Too.

"Second, long-overdue, album from band including two members of current King Crimson line-up, legendary bass player Danny Thompson & ace Indian percussionist Pandit Danesh.
Rarely has the term “super-group” been more appropriately used than to describe the stellar talents at work on this album – both in terms of main members and guests.
With Jakszyk and Harrison currently working together in King Crimson, Thompson as one of the most in-demand players and Dinesh providing TV soundtracks and innumerable guest spots, the opportunities for them to combine their talents has been a relatively rare occurrence, which goes some way to explaining why it’s taken nearly 28 years for them to get around to recording a follow-up to their debut album released in 1988.
An eclectic mixture effortlessly blending jazz, rock, pop and elements drawn from Indian music, Dizrhythmia Too highlights the first-class playing expected from musicians of this calibre and showcases the unique chemistry that happens when they work together.
With recording sessions snatched and grabbed between other commitments, Gavin Harrison’s eloquent and lyrical drumming gently pushes and drives the material, urging on Jakszyk’s nimble acoustic guitar flourishes and Dinesh’s thoughtful embellishments. Underpinning the graceful arc of the music is the soulful swoop of Danny Thompson’s trademark depth-charge bass playing.
Very much a labour of love, Dizrhythmia Too proves that sometimes the best things are well worth waiting for."
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Re: Dizrhythmia Too

Postby Quiet Visitor on Mon Feb 20, 2017 2:38 pm

Bought this one last weekend. The record-store owner had a sticker on it which read "David Sylvian?" I think that's a good way to approach this music, especially when you're not familair with the musicians (although that's almost impossible :lol: ). But people who love the first albums David made will recognize the musical language these folks use.
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Re: Dizrhythmia Too

Postby inkinthewell on Mon Feb 27, 2017 3:26 pm

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