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Forsonics – Forsonics (2016)

Forsonics – Forsonics (2016)Jazz | MP3 320 kbps | 70:31 | ~162 MbLabel: Jazzsick Records | Tracks: 12 | Rls.date: 2016 Because of their sounds, melodies and improvisation FORSONICS succeeds in creating something very humane and personal without becoming obtrusive. Their music causes images full of significance, closeness and intensity. Contemplative moments meet explosive arrangements and chamber-music-like refinement.FORSONICS succeeds with its sound, its sounds and improvisations, something very human, personal to strike, without becoming obtrusive. Your music lets you create images of fullness, proximity and depth. Contemplative moments meet explosive arrangements and chamber musician refinements. For me, FORSONICS are the lyricists among the German jazzers. Always with a wink and a trace of sentimentality and pathos, they defy all jazz-police measures and ultimately rely on the feeling. Are they really so honest? Are they aware of this, or do they just grow out of their personalities? No matter, it gives the listener the precious chance to stop and feel himself. And without any form of word and text. This music is seemingly without haste. One can give oneself to her lost thoughts. It is simply timeless beautiful …Chris Fischer, trumpet and wing horn, is the sound distillat of the band. His tone leads with a silken lightness to a depth that makes images in the listeners. No escape into virtuoso sound cascades or hurried scales.The man stands with both legs on the floor and narrates sound stories, and everyone who listens listens to another story. This is the wrong thing and this is the extraordinary thing about this band. The musicians and their compositions leave traces, space and a lasting sound. What can happen when you travel through half-Europe in a 70’s Unimog and hang out for a while in the wild Spanish mountains, reflects the new composition of organist Carsten Stüwe La Luna de Gredos. A piece of music bursting with joy. A reminiscence of Chic Corea’s My Spanish Heart or Miles Davis Sketches of Spain and of course to the people of the Sierra de Gredos.Carsten Stüwe belongs to the increasingly rare species of autodidacts. He played almost all forms of music, from hardcore dances to complex orchestral arrangements. As a (hand) bass player, keyboardist, pianist and organist he is the decisive link, the link in the sound building of FORSONICS.Andy Gillmann’s compositional naivety clears the way for pieces that one must trust in this disarming beauty. Caravanserai, Libe-ration, Home, or Lost, have their own handwriting, as perhaps a drummer can write it. The title of Lost tells of the defeat, which one finally stands, tells of the hopeless struggle, which one could never win. And of the clear, relieving feeling that sets itself when one lets off fighting. The band performs in this piece a fretless bass as a melody instrument.Fragile, crystal clear and in very reduced tone.Gillmann is an instructor at the Robert Schumann Musikhochschule Düsseldorf. The US magazine Modern Drummer reviewed his last DVD publication Create Your Drumsolo very positively and the world’s best-known drummer website drummerworld.com devoted to him, with a view to his extraordinary bespoke, a detailed presentation.Toledo, deep in the interior of Spain, is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. This city could live for hundreds of years and leave great images and impressions in the people. With these impressions Bert Fastenrath wrote the lyrically dreamy ballad A night in Toledo. A very personal thank you to the time he spent in this city.TRACKLIST01. La Luna de Gredos 06:1602. Lost 07:0403. Kind of Smooth 05:0104. A Night at Toledo 06:5905. Liberation 07:0206. Brooklyn in Mind 04:1707. Home 05:0608. The Night Before We Leave 07:0509. Caldera Waltz 05:0810. Caravanserai 06:3811. Every Minute 03:5212. Drive My Car 06:03

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