Ramboy 08: Michael Moore: Tunes for Horn Guys.

Ramboy 08: Michael Moore: Tunes for Horn Guys.
Label: Ramboy Recordings
Catalog Number: Ramboy08
Availability: In Stock
Price: €14.50

Michael Moore, alto saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet
Frank Gratkowski, alto saxophone, bass clarinet
Ab Baars, tenor saxophone, clarinet
Tobias Delius, tenor saxophone, clarinet
Wolter Wierbos, trombone

Track Listing:

1. Warm-Up 1:56
2. Igor 3:35
3. History Of A Space 8:01
4. Caroline 2:58
5. Thought 1:18
6. Mob Dicky 8:12
7. Angela 4:05
8. Filika 0:38
9. Tsigaglalal 3:18
10. Whoa, The Stones 4:16
11. Potancu (traditional Istrian) 0:58
12. The Istrian Song 2:25
13. Anasazi 2:36
14. Another Day, Another Dollar 6:04
15. Under Leaden Skies 2:28
16. Fogo Von Slack 2:26
17. Freies Geleit 2:22

Composed by Michael Moore except as noted.

recorded April 27, May 22, August 22, 1995,
Het Bethanieen Klooster, Amsterdam


"There's more than a touch of irony in the implications one can gleam from the title of Michael Moore's latest. Tunes for Horn Guys is anything but some dudes getting together for a casual session. Elegant, often startling, and, at times, downright biting, these fully realized miniatures, informed by an eclecticism of honest, well-considered reflection rather than superficial hijacking and exploitation, and underscored by a lyrical sensibility often brilliantly sidestepping fundamental concerns of melody, lush voicings, conclusions which often ease away rather than end per se, and impeccable heartfelt execution, serve as further evidence to the resurgence of the third stream. (Yes, the term "neo-third stream" comes to mind, but does the world need another "neo", especially when most "neos" are anything but?) Moore's expression is additionally characterized by a marked leaning towards the classical side of the third stream equation. This orderliness is, however, absolutely infused with a jazz sensibility which readily sets the stage for the concise solo and dialogue episodes and occasional outbursts of free improvisation weaving through these resplendent structures." 

Milo Fine, Cadence, March 1997