Deep, Dark and Blue by Rodrigo Faina
From the album
About the Album
Different Roots, Change Ensemble's first album, is inspired by Rodrigo Faina's adolescence and childhood in Argentina, where the literature of Julio Cortazar and Jorge Luis Borges went hand in hand with jazz music and played a fundamental role in Rodrigo´s life. Each piece is inspired by literature and organically incorporates some form of improvisation. The album’s music evokes feelings and sensations that remain with us after having read each story, and aims to take us to a fantastic place that exists only in the composer’s mind. Sound, space and a certain autumnal lyricism are the real common thread through the entire album, and some pieces arouse a deep feeling of nostalgia that some listeners might associate with tango music. The instrumentation of most of the album is clearly rooted in jazz music. One could say that the ensemble is some kind of extended big band, although the characteristic orchestral writing takes the listener to unexpected places. Deep, Dark and Blue was inspired by Jorge Luis Borge's "El Hacedor"
Opening; Deep, Dark and Blue; At Night; A Room Full Of People; An Installment Of Time; If I'm To Live; Deep, Dark and Blue (alternate version); Dreams (bonus track).
Clemens van der Feen: double bass ; Jasper Le Clercq: violin; Nina Hitz: cello; Rodrigo Faina: electric guitar.
December 6, 2021
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