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Peter Apfelbaum And The Hieroglyphics Ensemble - Jodoji Brightness download mp3 album
Performer:
Peter Apfelbaum And The Hieroglyphics Ensemble
Album:
Jodoji Brightness
Style:
Contemporary Jazz
Released:
1992
Country:
US
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1485 mb
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1553 mb
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Peter Apfelbaum And The Hieroglyphics Ensemble ‎– Jodoji Brightness. Label: Antilles ‎– 314512320-2, Antilles ‎– 743211205023.

On its second album, saxophonist Peter Apfelbaum's worldbeat big band slips a bit from the tightrope it had walked successfully on its debut, teetering away from the genuinely attractive global jazz-fusion of the first album and toward the self-indulgent and overly impressionistic exoticism that lesser bands have already explored fully. In other words, as interesting as most of these compositions are in theory (highlife morphs into reggae segues into mbaqanga, all with brainy horn charts), they tend to be pretty tedious in practice.

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Apfelbaum was playing in the Bay Area a lot when I lived in SF in the '90s, so I was lucky to see both the Heiroglyphics and the Pagan Love Orchestra, Jai Utal's outfit, wherein Apfelbaum played drums. When I realized it was the same guy-playing amazing sax and writing gorgeous tunes in the Heiros, and cooking on the kit in the Pagan Loves-my head exploded with joy. Everything Apfelbaum does is excellent, but I've always loved this album best. The Hand that Signed the Paper" is a masterpiece.

Peter Apfelbaum (born August 21, 1960) is an American avant-garde jazz pianist, tenor saxophonist, drummer and composer born in Berkeley, California. He first emerged on the jazz scene in the late 1970s, performing with Carla Bley from 1978–1982 and touring with Warren Smith and Karl Berger. Around this time Apfelbaum also studied and worked with musicians involved with the Creative Music Studio in Woodstock, New York. In 1991 his album Signs of Life, recorded with The Hieroglyphics Ensemble, went to No. 14 on Billboard's "top contemporary jazz albums. The latest incarnation of this group, The New York Hieroglyphics, released "It Is Written" in 2005, featuring members from the original group and New York-based musicians such as Patrice Blanchard, Dafnis Prieto, Josh Roseman, and Abdoulaye Diabate.

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This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Signs of Life. 1. Candles and Stones. BPM Profile Signs of Life. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Peter Apfelbaum and the Hieroglyphics Ensemble.

Tracklist

A1 Ghost Train Comes Peacefully 1:16
A2 Chant #9 4:59
A3 500 Years 5:41
A4 Light Leaving The Spirit Bridge 4:24
A5 The Hand That Signed The Paper 8:06
A6 The Glow 5:30
A7 Gypsies 4:05
B1 The Gates 5:30
B2 The Ankh 12:44
B3 Libya Blues 6:30
B4 I'll Look For You 4:01
B5 A Las Estrellas (To The Stars) 7:30

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Trumpet – Peck Allmond
  • Bass, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Bo Freeman
  • Clarinet, Flute, Piccolo Flute, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Bass Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Norbert Stachel
  • Congas, Bell Tree, Vocals – Buddha Robert Huffman
  • Drums, Percussion – Deszon X. Claiborne
  • Drums, Timbales, Congas – Joshua Jones V
  • Dutar, Harmonium, Guitar, Percussion – Jai Uttal
  • Executive-Producer – Brian Bacchus
  • Guitar – Stan Franks, Will Bernard
  • Percussion, Vocals – Seku Heath Bata
  • Producer – Hans Wendl, Wayne Horvitz
  • Tenor Saxophone – Tony Jones
  • Tenor Saxophone, Piano, Synthesizer, Drums, Organ, Percussion – Peter Apfelbaum
  • Trombone – James Harvey
  • Trombone, Bells, Percussion – Jeff Cressman
  • Trombone, Percussion – Jeff Cressman
  • Trumpet – Steven Bernstein
  • Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Bill Ortiz, Bill Ortiz
  • Violin – Rachel Durling

Notes

Recorded January 25-26 1992 at the site Marin County California.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
314512320-2, 743211205023 Peter Apfelbaum And The Hieroglyphics Ensemble* Jodoji Brightness ‎(CD, Album) Antilles, Antilles 314512320-2, 743211205023 US 1992
314-512-320-2 Peter Apfelbaum And The Hieroglyphics Ensemble* Jodoji Brightness ‎(CD, Album) Antilles 314-512-320-2 US 1992
314512320-2, 743211205023 Peter Apfelbaum And The Hieroglyphics Ensemble* Jodoji Brightness ‎(CD, Album) Antilles, Antilles 314512320-2, 743211205023 Germany 1992