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The Kurt Rosenwinkel Forum » Tag: Loueke - Recent Posts http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ The Kurt Rosenwinkel Forum » Tag: Loueke - Recent Posts en Thu, 30 Jun 2016 10:18:49 +0000 contremisart on "Why I love Kreisberg so much..." http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/topic/why-i-love-kreisberg-so-much/page/2#post-12261
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contremisart 12261@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>Hello people. I know he is not what you call a jazz player but Erkan Ogur is my absolutely favorite musician. Not just a guitar player, an inventor too and possibly the nicest individual on the planet:)<br /> I think this duo can give you an idea. The song is originally a folk song but this is his arrangement. The keyboard player is Aydın Esen. Not so famous for someone who was called the best keyboard player by Chick Corea.</p> <p><a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RuytRM5w8nQ" rel="nofollow">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RuytRM5w8nQ</a> </p>
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sergiojl 12240@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>Nelson Veras is superb, what a player! But I don't hear jazz when I hear his music. Someone can say that other players are Wes clones, Kurt clones or whatever but I think that their music grow from tradition, they contribute with new things to the way of jazz. </p>
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horg 2341@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>Hey first post on these forums, although I&#39;ve been reading pretty much everything I&#39;ve seen here for the past week. </p> <p>Quintricacy - I just wanted to agree with your comment about Lionel Loueke. I also find him to be one of the most interesting players out there right now. It&#39;s a shame there isn&#39;t more of him on youtube though. </p> <p>As for the other guys, I must say that the two players amongst them who interest me the most other than Loueke have to be Nir Felder and Gilad. I think JK is a great player, but he never seems to keep my interest for long. That&#39;s probably just me though :( </p>
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Wed, 07 Jul 2010 00:27:27 +0000
jazznan 1996@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>When the first Gilfema album came out, I loved it........I read an article where he was talking about wanting to sound a certain way, but couldn't quiet get there because of the lack of time-he wished he had more time to play etc... </p>
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Quintricacy 1992@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>I&#39;m still not so sure what you mean by the academia but when someone as unique as Loueke appears on the scene you know labels are going to jump on that straight away. But what&#39;s good is that he hasn&#39;t changed anything since he move to Blue Note, if you&#39;ve checked out his releases on Oblique Sound such as Gilfema, he&#39;s playing the same way he always had and some of the tunes he&#39;s been playing have appeared on all of his album. </p>
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Floatingbridge 1990@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>He is great! I have seen him and felt super moved by his playing. Yes, I should shake my ass. It wasn&#39;t meant as an attack on herbie hancock or Lionel loueke , more of a gripe with academia and marketing. I&#39;m not sure I questioned anyone&#39;s grasp on anything. As far as taking things personally I guess I like to defend certain things that are often deemed &quot; intellectual &quot; or don&#39;t see why this gives something such a pejorative connotation or why that inherently means that a work or a modality with these qualities are often automatically deemed as devoid of &quot; feeling &quot; or a capacity to move someone and that this doesn&#39;t also deserve attention and serve a function.<br /> I don&#39;t mean to sound like I&#39;m championing this super crucial thing- it was an observation and an opinion. Perhaps it came off as to vehement or prickly. I agree , I should shake my ass. </p>
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jbroad 1989@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>the reason that lionel is great is because he is a one- of- a- kind musician. he is not a &quot;world&quot; musician or a &quot;jazz&quot; musician. he is what ellington called &quot;beyond category&quot;. he is the only musician that i&#39;ve ever heard that plays the way he does. herbie can hire anyone he wants and he chose lionel- that should tell you something. </p>
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Conway 1988@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>Floatingbridge,</p> <p>I had heard of Tim Miller but never listened to him until you spoke of him. I dig him, a lot. That guy grooves. Thanks for the tip.</p> <p>I had never heard of Lionel until I happend upon a clinic he was giving and found him to be interesting and inspiring and filled with intellectual groove so, I cant comment on your emotional downward spiral about him and coffee shop cds. </p> <p>Nobody is trashing intellectual players its just that when you want to let loose and have fun and be inspired you want groove (or a fun concert, hip-hop at a club, a movie.) And when you want to learn, be inspired, grow your brain you can dig on intellectual tunes. (or a text book, or politics or religion.) </p> <p>Some players lean one direction more than other directions, in peoples opinion, and people where expressing that so dont get worried about killing peoples buzz. I think we all have a pretty good grasp on whats going on. No hype buzzing in our ears guideing us to what we will say is hip.</p> <p>Dont take it so personal. Or maybe lay off the intellectual for a bit and go shake your ass. </p>
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Floatingbridge 1977@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>Hate to be a buzz kill but I know we are all gonna die so having a finite amount of time perhaps is the thing that makes us value our taste so much. Ultimately, I find taste to be limiting me. I generally talk to other musician friends who have deeply checked out musics that I haven&#39;t in order to steer me in a new direction. I get into things and burn out on them and move on and/ or eventually revisit things or not. Let&#39;s face it , all these peeps can &quot;swing&quot; and &quot;groove&quot; hard or they wouldn&#39;t have gotten the work that they have. As for their personal explorations it&#39;s exactly that - they are looking for other things, and if that doesn&#39;t jive with you at the moment then it doesn&#39;t . If I am looking for mean Indian food no amount of the best sushi ever will be fulfilling , period. The day I say &quot; that&#39;s the guy&quot;; &quot; this is the way to play&quot; I think it&#39;s over for me. I find this polemic of intellectual versus groove or feel really tiring. I am shocked monder and miller are mentioned so briefly and impassing. While I find Lionel loueke great I can&#39;t help but feel that he is somewhat ggarnering attention because of his tenure with herbie hancock ( which gives those afflicted with schooliosis the PERMISSION to open up and like him, check him out and moreover get some of his stuff under their fingers- since this seems to be the direction dujour to go in), otherwise we would be exposed to and discussing &quot; world music players&quot; of lesser repute than those found in a disc you can get with a frappucino or we would be talking about gamelan music etc. As far as the groove thing, if that was my only qualifier for something to listen to I would still be smoking pot with my highschool friends letting the battery die in the car because we had to listen to zepellin II or frizzle fry for the 100000 time. </p>
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Fri, 02 Jul 2010 19:45:58 +0000
Conway 1964@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>Quintricacy,</p> <p>Not Irish. Im American but, I came across that album after I came across your dad&#39;s Creative Rhythmic Concepts. The book is still a bit heavy for me with the time I have to use it but, I really love that album. Let me know if you know of any more stuff with Joe on it. </p> <p>Your dad is a talented man. </p>
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InWalked 1963@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>the original post was very positive regarding Adam Rogers so the &quot;terrible&quot; didn&#39;t quite add up. thanks. </p>
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animitta 1962@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>@InWalked : Sorry, i did a mistake, i wanted to mean &quot;terrific&quot;, in a good way, an exceptional guitarist.<br /> Excuse me but i am not english mother language and so i did a bad translation : )</p> <p>BTW : i did the correction of the previous post.</p> <p>All the Best<br /> Animitta </p>
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InWalked 1961@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>not sure I understand animitta&#39;s statement that Adam Rogers is a &quot;terrible&quot; guitarist. </p>
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animitta 1960@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>I dig and respect Adam Rogers, as a great musician and terrific guitarist. </p> <p>I think he tecnically has the best left hand i have ever seen. A GREAT economic use of all the fingers. Probabilly it come from his classical background. Sure this is not the only thing he has : ).</p> <p>Actually i already sent some Adam&#39;s link in a post before on this same thread.</p> <p>But to celebrate, something more : )</p> <p><a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2rsBIHxOSM" rel="nofollow">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2rsBIHxOSM</a></p> <p><a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyRTSibOzb4" rel="nofollow">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyRTSibOzb4</a></p> <p>All the Best<br /> Animitta </p>
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andyjazz 1959@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>Man, I can&#39;t believe anyone on Kurt&#39;s board could be ripping Adam Rogers. The guy is one of the most complete musicians, not only guitarists, on the planet. The guy&#39;s got it all in my opinion. The new Alex Sipiagin with him on it is killing. Damn!!!! </p>
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Quintricacy 1958@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>&quot;Joe O&#39;C&#39;Callaghan on Ronan Guilfoyles Microclimate (wish I could find more of Joe)&quot;</p> <p>Ronan is my dad, are you Irish? Joe is indeed a killer player. </p>
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jazznan 1932@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>good point, kurt&#39;s writing is pretty sweet! (understatement;) I think that&#39;s what also makes mehldau so influential </p>
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Sandemose 1920@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>jbroad: you are spot on. &quot;i hear a lot of younger guys that can play their asses off but most of their songs just sound like they wrote a bunch of vehicles to blow on. just my 2 cents though.&quot; &lt;---That is excatly how I see it. You throw a bunch of hip chords in, add 7/8 time signature, add water and cryptic title (&quot;Untitled?&quot;) and you are ready to go. Writing music, as you said, is what separates musicians from each other. Therefor I dig Jerry Cantrell from Alice in Chains probably most of all guitarist. AiC latest album is by far the best record released last year.</p> <p>Best, Sandemose </p>
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jbroad 1918@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>you guys are missing one thing: the thing that separates cats like kurt, brian blade, chris cheek, and dave binney from the rest of their peers is their writing. you can take a tune like &quot;use of light&quot; and just play the tune without any embelishment and it&#39;s complete. much like the miles davis quintet did with &quot;nefertiti&quot; by wayne shorter. i hear a lot of younger guys that can play their asses off but most of their songs just sound like they wrote a bunch of vehicles to blow on. just my 2 cents though. </p>
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jazznan 1916@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>repost sorry </p>
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jazznan 1915@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>Man I love Arvo Part's music! </p> <p>I remember reading a Brad Mehldau interview where he talks about his band and other musicians sittin' around and discussing and having friendly arguments about who was the best tenor player etc...I think you can say, this cat is better than that one, and i love this guy, and that guys just alright, but still respect them all....I think we're all trying to get closer to making good music, have fun with it, cheers! </p>
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Anonymous 1913@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>Man, Arvo was really a deep cat. Spiegel im Spiegel FTW. I can dig a lot of what you guys are saying, even if I personally disagree a little. The only Adam Rogers record I have is Art of the Invisible and it leaves me a little cold at times, but sometimes I have to really spend time with a record before I can connect in an emotional place. I also have to admit that I&#39;m prone to dancing like a fiend to The Remedy in my car. I really dig Gilad and Lage on everything of theirs I&#39;ve heard, but I haven&#39;t checked them out past a record or two. </p>
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Colonel Trane 1905@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>That was a fantastic post. I also really love that quote. </p>
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Sandemose 1904@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>Man, if this forum was an physical place, I would buy all you guys a beer (or whatever you´d prefer) for bringing your opinions in. Thanks alot. Ive had a great time reading all your posts. Its so intresting. </p> <p>About the &quot;emotional&quot; thing versus the &quot;intellectual&quot; thing. Ive showed Kreisberg &quot;Autumn in New York&quot; to non-musicians, and it totally works. When showing Kurt, I like &quot;Path of the heart&quot; from &quot;The next step&quot;. Its one of my favorite takes with Kurt ever. I myself doesnt really care if its intellectual or not. I cant tell &quot;intellect&quot; and &quot;emotion&quot; apart. For me, ART is the MOST intellectual aspect of life you can deal with. ART is the truth for me, and I dont care what devices/tools the artist uses to express his art. I think Arvo Pärt (estonian composer) described art/music perfectly: </p> <p>&quot;I could compare my music to white light which contains all colours. Only a prism can divide the colours and make them appear; this prism could be the spirit of the listener.&quot;</p> <p>I like this way of putting it. Music is just a format, information, but your inner (intellectual?) reaction on the music puts you in center. What the artist &quot;feels&quot; when he/she plays, doesnt matter to me. I dont care, and I dont wanna know. I dont think of it that some people play with &quot;feeling&quot; and some dont. I see it that it that some music deosnt resonate with me, or with my internal place where the resonance should take place. My two cents.</p> <p>Thanks guys for making this place awesome. </p> <p>Best, Sandemose </p>
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Colonel Trane 1903@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>I don&#39;t agree that the general public finds modern &quot;intellectual&quot; music annoying. I have gone to a lot of shows that I think would be in this realm with people who don&#39;t listen to jazz and they have always reacted either very positively or at the very least appreciated the musicianship but never has had a negative reaction where they said they really didn&#39;t like it or found it annoying. I think the reason it flies under the radar is the very same that all instrumental music does. A. people (non musicians) miss singing B. You have to look for it if you want to find instrumental music since it is never in the public eye. I think if you took any number of people to a Punk Bop show with<br /> Gilad or Kreisberg or an Underground show with Rogers or a Kurt show they would leave really digging it. </p>
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filters 1900@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>If it&#39;s only intellectual usually I can&#39;t really like. I can appreciate it to a certain extent but... it&#39;s going to be something I&#39;ll be listening 20 times in a row.<br /> For me Lage Lund is not intellectual at all, it&#39;s all soul and joy. I love Gilad Hekselman too : his takes on My ideal and How long has this been going on are two of my all time favorite recordings. You guys should really check these stuffs out. It&#39;s not &quot;guitaristic&quot;, &quot;intellectual-oriented stuff&quot;, or complicated. Maybe it&#39;s not grooving like... I dunno, but it&#39;s so lyrical. </p> <p>About Adam Rogers : there&#39;s something I actually appreciate about him is this kind of &quot;cold&quot;, &quot;in your face&quot; constant 8th approach, nailing the changes, defining everything. I just found this clip that I like : <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ON93n8DL_co" rel="nofollow">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ON93n8DL_co</a><br /> Also his take of &quot;Have you met miss Jones&quot; on YouTube is cool I think. It&#39;s another approach. I couldn&#39;t listen to this that much but sometimes I like this sort of approach. There&#39;s a beauty in it. Maybe it&#39;s somehow intellectual but you could find a lyrical accent to play like this.<br /> Anyway I went to see Adam with Chris Potter this week and I found them quite unbelievable. I went to see them 4 years ago and Adam was playing completely different (now it&#39;s more blues licks and big sounding distortion!!)<br /> There&#39;s a big contrast with his jazz playing, I mean straight-ahead thing. Even in the &quot;time feel&quot; of his lines if what I say makes sense. </p>
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Anonymous 1897@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>I think Jazznan nailed it. Of course there will be exceptions, but I think there is something drastically missing from the vibe that these guitar players are creating(and from my own as well). There is a reason this music speaks to musicians and, sounds annoying to a lot of the general public. I think it&#39;s like a math equation that hasn&#39;t yet produced something tangible. Like a mathematical equation for working of a light bulb, the equation is useless for the masses but, once that knowledge is tangible and functionable(lightbulb, something we can actually use) it now has impact and is desired by people. People can&#39;t use this music because it&#39;s too intellectual. Intellect is great, but it&#39;s like a halfway point, and finds completion in the heart. I feel that even with many guitar players, but probably much of the &#39;modern&#39; jazz players in general sound like the &#39;equation.&#39; So the music is still good, but only a few access it, and I think it&#39;s potential is therefore also diminished. By no means is my playing up to par with the big cats we&#39;re talking about, but my feeling are, and something don&#39;t feel quite right. I play tunes with a singer in my town, and she feels alot of feelings of coldness when I play much of what is termed &#39;modern&#39; jazz. I take her opinion quite seriously, as a singer she has a strong relationship with emotion, and how things &#39;feel.&#39; P.S. this turned into a bit of a negative rant, and my ipod is filled with Kurt, Kreisberg, Gilad, etc. There is a certain feeling that this new movement captures that is very deep, and fresh, and I would like to think that this thread is not really dumping on these guys, but interested in progress, and healthy criticism is part of evolving forward. And sometimes one has to stand up and tell the emperor he&#39;s not wearing any clothes. hehe GREAT TOPIC. Time to practice, gotta put my money where my mouth is. :) </p>
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animitta 1896@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>Why i love Adam Rogers so much.... : )</p> <p><a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmuPPw4esV0" rel="nofollow">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmuPPw4esV0</a> ( a little out of sync )</p> <p><a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsJLmNyoAbs" rel="nofollow">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsJLmNyoAbs</a></p> <p>All the Best<br /> Animitta </p>
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jazznan 1895@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>yes, conway, i agree with make me move my feet, or my heart, </p>
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Conway 1894@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>I say, dead on right jazznan. There are a lot of guitarists&#39; guitarists in jazz but, not a lot of, &quot;I wanna dance and groove.&quot; people for guitarists in jazz.</p> <p>Its lost its swing or dives in and out of it too much and that can be cool by me for 2 or 3 songs but, then you have to make me move and move hard for intimidating me with your playing that is crushing my ego. :)</p> <p>I listened to Gilad and I like it and grooved but, I couldnt get really into it and stay into it. My head was saying, &quot;All right!&quot; but, my feet where saying, &quot;what gives, Boo?&quot; </p>