Cape Spear This collection includes 5 digipaks and 6 CDs in total including the limited edition of Sphere released in plus a page booklet, all presented in a hard cover slipcase. If you pre-order this limited product, you will receive now a digital version of the album Doomsday Vault which is the bonus disc which comes with Proto Mundi. The Andy Summers-influenced "Slash One" has nothing to do with guns or roses for that matter, but rather more with taking another improvised roller coaster of delirium, loaded with eventful ideas, weird chords and dynamic expression.
Jerry really takes over this arrangement with some devilish phrasings, slow, sustained and deliberate, as well as intense and perplexing. A deluge of notes on this one, at times I was laughing nervously while listening to this, a reaction borne from disbelief.
Antoine does his funky thing again, a stupendous bass solo that seeks and destroys. The final two tracks beckon the return of the much maligned saxophone which, in my mind, epitomizes the true nature of jazz, along with the fabulous Fender Rhodes e-piano. Zanella gets to take the glorious spotlight on both "The Egg" and "PreSilence" and he shines brightly. The Fafard anesthetic takes little time to excite the senses and numb any resistance, surgically altering the entire disc with superlative creativity and nasty instrumental delivery.
One of the optimum fusion recordings ever, one that I plan to show to my rock drum buddies who think that only Neil can play the kit. This is undoubtedly Vinnie Colaiuta's finest hour and hence, Fafard becomes equally guilty of genius, by pure association and collaboration. Ad Perpetuum indeed. Nice keyboard solo from Gary Husband in the fifth minute. Not a bad song, just not anything really new. The title may refer to Gary for his dual role as percussionist and keyboard track artist.
He is truly extraordinary at both. The stop-and-start rhythm construction is okay for a while, but it gets old. The band manages to retain some of this tension over the opening discourse, and even into the first shift, but then at , when everything quiets down, it is lost; it becomes soft and pretty, even comforting; the tension cannot be regained--even despite Jerry's best efforts in the third and fourth minutes.
The Chamber D-Day Sum of Six Phree Motion Cape Spear The Journey. Empty World. Track Listing - Disc 2. Peace for 4. Black Light. Shuffle It! The Chamber. Invisible Light. This classy Double Disc Set contains the brand new Studio Album by Antoine Fafard and it contains a 2nd CD that features 11 Remixes from previous albums and 4 Previously Unreleased Tracks by this gifted bass guitarist and his band of incredible musicians!
All the drum tracks were recorded during the two days at Real Word now we know why the drum sound on the album is so amazing! Finally, multi-instrumentalist Gary Husband recorded his keyboard parts at the end of August at Eastcote Studios in London. Jerry Goodman was also featured on that track, as well as five more pieces on this album.Antoine Fafard - Listen to Antoine Fafard on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.