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Canada Day II

Label: Songlines Recordings
Released: 2011
Track listing: Cobble Hook; To Seventeen; Song For Owen (for Owen Eisenstadt); Now Longer; To Eh; To Be;To See/Tootie; Judo For Tokyo Joe (for John Zorn).

Canada Day II

Label: Songlines Recordings
Released: 2011
Track listing: 01. Cobble Hook; 02. To Seventeen; 03. Song for Owen (for Owen Eisenstadt); 04. Now Longer; 05. To Eh; 06. To Be; 07. To See/Tootie; 08. Judo with Tokyo Joe (for John Zorn). Tutte le composizioni sono di Harris Eisenstadt.

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Harris Eisenstadt: Canada Day II

Read "Canada Day II" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Se vi piace farvi cullare da dolci melodie sognando tramonti da sogno e natura incontaminata. Se ogni tanto vi intrigano atmosfere misteriose, un leggero brivido che vi corre lungo la schiena nell'inoltrarvi in una foresta sconosciuta e silenziosa. Se amate le trame semplici, immediate in superficie ma percorse da deviazioni e slittamenti interni, allora Canada Day ...

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Harris Eisenstadt: Canada Day II

Read "Canada Day II" reviewed by John Sharpe

Are life events audible in music? They would certainly seem to be in the case of Canadian drummer/composer Harris Eisenstadt. Half the tracks on Canada Day II were composed around the time of his son's birth. One track is dedicated to his youngster, and the genesis of two others was related to public schools, so Eisenstadt ...

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Song For Owen

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Label: Songlines Recordings
Released: 2011
Duration: 4:53

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Harris Eisenstadt: Canada Day II

Read "Canada Day II" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

When drummer Harris Eisenstadt debuted a new band on Canada Day 2007, he quite simply called it “Canada Day." Since then, Eisenstadt has nurtured the band through an open concept. He lets the musicians find their own voices, as they navigate his compositions and find a cohesive stream of tributaries that blend into one cohesive flow.

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Harris Eisenstadt: Canada Day II

Read "Canada Day II" reviewed by Mark Corroto

If you believe most recordings by drummer/composers are positive statements, then Harris Eisenstadt's Canada Day II is more than a glass half full. It is a brimming cup of music. The disc follows 2009's Canada Day, on Portugal's Clean Feed label, with the same lineup. Eisenstadt infuses each recording with a buoyancy and high-spiritedness, ...


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