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Malcolm Goldstein and Rainer Wiens already have an entry in Ambiances Magnétiques’ catalog with the album Chants cachés. On this new release, Speaking in Tongues, Ganesh Anandan joins them for a trio that is truly one of a kind. These musicians combine very different backgrounds, from South Indian percussion to jazz and contemporary music. They lock into a lively conversation rich in emotions.

Ganesh, Malcolm and Rainer share a musical culture and aesthetic that is based on a love of the raw material of music: sound. They share a culture that respects traditions but acknowledges that each artist has a responsibility to create music that reflects the present-the here and now. It is a culture that respects disciplined practice so that they can follow music to areas of exuberant excess if that’s where it leads them. It is a culture that insists they speak with their own voice-the sum total of what they’ve lived, loved and heard. A culture that insists on ego serving music and not vice versa.

Track Listing

    • 1
      Twenty Fingers (2003)
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      6m00s
    • 2
      Dream Algebra (2003)
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      5m00s
    • 3
      Voyage en train (2003)
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      5m00s
    • 4
      RaMa (2003)
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      8m00s
    • 5
      Foreign Tongues (2003)
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      9m00s
    • 6
      Up North (2003)
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      4m00s
    • 7
      Fra Ma Ga Ra (2003)
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      7m00s
    • 8
      Lullaby (2003)
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      3m00s
Total duration: 51m20s