You've Been Watching Me Tim Berne's Snakeoil

Cover You've Been Watching Me

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Album-Release:
2015

HRA-Release:
16.04.2015

Label: ECM

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Modern Jazz

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  • 1Lost in Redding06:59
  • 2Small World in a Small Town18:26
  • 3Embraceable Me14:13
  • 4Angles02:26
  • 5You've Been Watching Me01:47
  • 6Semi-Self Detached10:24
  • 7False Impressions13:22
  • Total Runtime01:07:37

Info for You've Been Watching Me

Tim Berne s third ECM album, You ve Been Watching Me, sees the saxophonist-composer again leading his ultra-dynamic New York band Snakeoil, but with the quartet now a quintet with the arrival of guitarist Ryan Ferreira, whose sound adds textural allure.

The group s 2013 release, Shadow Man, garnered Berne some of the highest praise of his career as a composer and bandleader, with JazzTimes marveling over how his work grows wilder and deeper. The four-star DownBeat review said: „This music rocks and thinks, explores, deconstructs and, yes, it swings, in its own identifiably angular, Berne-ian way.“

If Berne has hit a new peak with his writing on this new recording, his band has reached a heightened state of collective interaction. Snakeoil can still be bracingly kinetic. But there is new space in these compositions and more lyrical focus to the improvisations, leading to a dramatic, even cinematic experience in such tracks as "Embraceable Me." Berne's music has never been richer or more arresting.

'Snakeoil' (2778654), from 2012, was Berne's first studio album after nearly a decade of live recordings; the music represented not only a new band but an exciting new era in the leader's work, more harmonically rich and detail-conscious. 'Shadow Man', released the following year, aimed to document the powerful dynamics of the confident, road-honed Snakeoil band, virtually live in the studio. 'You've Been Watching Me' - recorded, like 'Shadow Man', at the Clubhouse in upstate New York, with production and mixing by ECM veteran David Torn - documents a further evolutionary leap. "I look at studio records as like little movies," Berne says. "And rather than make a sequel, I'd always rather make an entirely new movie."

Tim Berne was recently named No. 7 of New York City's "essential jazz icons" by Time Out New York and declared "a saxophonist and composer of granite conviction" by The New York Times. able Me. Put simply, Berne s music has never been richer or more arresting.

Tim Berne, alto saxophone
Oscar Noriega, bass and B-flat clarinets
Matt Mitchell, piano and electronics
Ryan Ferreira, electric and acoustic guitars
Ches Smith, drums, vibraphone, percussion, timpani

Recorded December 2014 at The Clubhouse in Brooklyn, NY
Engineered by D. James Goodwin
Produced by David Torn

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