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Ido Bukelman: The Door

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Ido Bukelman: The Door
Per il chitarrista israeliano Ido Bukelman la caratteristica principale della chitarra acustica sembra essere la sua capacità di scatenare l'effetto di risonanza. Una risonanza che si moltiplica, si eleva, si amplifica per poi smorzarsi nel tempo. L'ispirazione arriva dai poemi di Israel Eliraz e la dedica è per l'amata Shimrit.

In questo album Bukelman è da solo alle prese con la sua chitarra acustica, il banjo e piccole percussioni che riesce ad attivare mentre suona i due strumenti a corde, visto che il tutto è registrato in un unica presa di suono, senza sovraincisioni. Un vero e proprio stream of consciousness che pesca dai linguaggi delle avanguardie e dalle emozioni dell'anima. Una escursione nei territori del pensiero e della poesia, in perfetta solitudine, senza rimpianti.

Track Listing

01. Drop; 02. I Can Hear the Room's Choir; 03. Man with Just a Handle Blues; 04. Love Song; 05. With Birds; 06. The Door: Part I-III; 07. (The R.C. Singing) Over the Tall Flowers; 08. Red Door; 09. The Room's Journey (End).

Personnel

Ido Bukelman (chitarra acustica, banjo, percussioni).

Album information

Title: The Door | Year Released: 2013 | Record Label: Kadima Collective

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