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Area 51 by Bruno Raberg

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Album Title: Plunge
Label: Orbis Music
Released: 2012

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Fiona's Comments

Huh, well this is a nifty little tune. Yes, there's plenty of free improv/avant-garde going on here, but the duo have concentrated all of the different elements into a tight space, making it easy to take in all the tune's complexities at once. Very cool track.

About the Album

"Area 51" is a duo improvisation with Phil Grenadier (trumpet) and Bruno Raberg (acoustic bass). We recorded an improvisation and then overdubbed another reacting to the first one. The original acoustic sounds have been manipulated sonically to create an exciting contrasting soundscapes.

Track Listing

Reveille; Last Train to Seville; Five Short Pieces: Seiryuu- Azure Dragon, Byakko - White Tiger, Suzaku - Vermillion Bird, Genbu - Black Tortoise, Ouryu - Yellow Dragon; Lonely Woman; Heartwood; Ushas/Quadratic; Intersections I - IV: Part 1 - Moving Cycles, Part 2 - Line and Sphere, Part 3 - Sand Clock, Part 4 - Isomorphic; Area 51; The Outermost Island; Triangulum; Lizrael; Intersections V: Part 5 - Being and Time.

Personnel

Bruno Raberg
Bruno Raberg

bass, acoustic

Additional Personnel

Phil Grenadier: trumpet; Bruno Råberg: acoustic bass, sound design.

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Date featured

August 30, 2012

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