Non-Fiction (Remastered) Steve Kuhn

Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
1978

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
19.07.2019

Label: ECM Records

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Contemporary Jazz

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  • 1Firewalk08:08
  • 2Random Thoughts08:11
  • 3A Dance With The Wind05:52
  • 4The Fruit Fly05:57
  • 5Alias Dash Grapey11:56
  • Total Runtime40:04

Info zu Non-Fiction (Remastered)

Steve Kuhn is the all-purpose element: his presence heightens any musical concoction. Like no jazz pianist I know, he is aware of the negative spaces between his notes and shapes those spaces to suit the emotional needs of the tune. And what a set of tunes we have in Non-Fiction, a sorely out-of-print firecracker in dire need of a digital fuse. Speaking of conflagration, nothing singes our brow in any Kuhn project quite like “Firewalk,” which, despite its characteristically spacious feel, is clear and present (I bow to the uncredited engineer on this one). Kuhn accolades aside, it’s the sopranism of reedman Steve Slagle that really sets these coals to glowing and cradles every assured step in the liberation of play. Bob Moses and Harvie Swartz—an ideally suited rhythm section if there ever was one—lock the “Random Thoughts” that follow into lively traction. Slagle opts for flute and alto sax over a constantly shifting sonic palette. Whenever he isn’t breathing, he keeps his hands busy with additional percussion. (Unfortunately, the latter comes across as intrusive to my ears during headphone listening. External speakers will remedy this.) “A Dance With The Wind” and “The Fruit Fly” reverse the scales with a collective dose of whimsy and nostalgia. Swartz is simply fantastic here, weaving deftly through Kuhn’s canvas of vamps with distinct yet harmonious brushstrokes of its own. If anything has been missing so far, we find it all collected in “Alias Dash Grapey,” which has it all: a sweeping piano intro, replete with unrestrained cries from Kuhn, a spirited collage of solos (Moses ever palpable), and a deep sense of communication.

Steve Kuhn, piano, percussion
Steve Slagle, soprano and alto saxophones, flute, percussion
Harvie Swartz, bass
Bob Moses, drums

Recorded April 1978 at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg, Germany
Produced by Manfred Eicher

Digitally remastered



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