A rich and solid work. — Vital, Pays-Bas
Enregistré les 22 février et 16 mars 2014 au studio B McGill par Quinn Brander. Mixé par Quinn Brander et Stéphane Diamantakiou.
Les pièces et les textes des pièces 2,3,4,7 sont librement inspirées de Peggy’s blue sky light (C Mingus), Prelude de la première suite pour violoncelle solo (JS Bach), Goodbye pork pie hat (C Mingus) et Mood Indigo (D Ellington).
CD (TDB 9013)
- Étiquette: Tour de bras
- TDB 9013
- Durée totale: 31:05
- 128 mm × 138 mm × 3 mm
- 30 g
La presse en parle
A duo work of two improvisers. Eguiluz (voice) comes from originally from Mexico. Diamantakiou, playing upright bass, is originates from Marseille (France). They started their collaboration in 2012 in Montreal, where both have their base. Diamantakiou is also member of the ensemble Rubedo’ro, led by Eguiluz. As a duo they take themes from jazz standards as a starting point for their free improvised excursions. For their first release Paso Doble they made recordings in February-March 2014 in the studio, using themes from Mingus, Ellington and Bach. Their improvisations breathe a delicate and fragile atmosphere. They are full of subtle movements and gestures. Beautifully sung by Eguiluz who has a characteristic and recognizable voice. Also the playing by Diamantakiou is fine. A rich and solid work.