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Album Review

Christian Fennesz (guitar, electronics), David Daniell (guitar), and the Necks' Tony Buck (drums) recorded this improvised set at Knoxille, TN’s Big Ears Festival in February 2009. Soundcheck excepted, the trio members had never played with one another. That makes the intuitive, continual rise and drop of energy all the more impressive, but no context is required for the sake of enjoying these four bristling instrumentals. The quietest moments tend to be as tense as the loudest, and the contrasts — lambent, sparsely played guitar offset by skittering and rattling cymbals and transitory electronic thrums, for instance — are deeply affecting with close listening.

Customer Reviews

Huge Fennesz fan

I have been obsessively collecting all things Fennesz, just listening and listening and listening. Black Sea and Venice have gotten the most headphone space.

But upon a 1st listen this is diamond cut improv. Listen for the sneeze around the 1:20 mark in Heat From Light. It does not distract from the shimmering brilliance of this work.

Biography

Born: October 30, 1972 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

An improvising, experimental guitarist, David Daniell was born October 30, 1972 in Atlanta, GA. He has recorded frequently, both as a solo artist and as a member of the trio San Agustin (with guitarist Andrew Burnes and drummer Bryan Fielden), which he joined in 1996, and as part of a duo with Douglas McCombs. He has also worked and collaborated with a wide range of artists, including Thurston Moore, Sean Meehan, Tomas Korber, Greg Davis, Jonathan Kane, Loren Connors, Rhys Chatham, Tim Barnes, Ateleia,...
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