Artist: Pascal Niggenkemper Title Of Album: Look with Thine Ears Year Of Release: 2015 Label: Clean Feed / CF 324 Genre: Jazz/Free Improvisation Quality: 320 Kbps Total Time: 55:19 min Total Size: 128 MB
1. Look With Thine Ears 3:17 2. This Shall Not Be Revoked 5:51 3. If You Marry Me, Make Your Love To Me 3:31 4. Men Of Stone 5:03 5. At Fortune's Alms 4:34 6. Let Me Kiss Your hand 2:45 7. Let Me Wipe It First, It Smells Of Mortality 3:14 8. Unpublished Virtues Of The Earth 4:36 9. Sharper Then A Serpent's Tooth 2:26 10. Blow Wind And Crack Your Cheeks 5:43 11. Let The Fork Invade The Region Of My Heart 4:29 12. Let Me Still Remain The True Blank Of Thine Eye 3:42 13. Track 13 6:13
And here it is, finally, the much expected solo recording of double bassist Pascal Niggenkemper titled 'look with thine ears'. Everything we heard from him leading groups such as vision7, Upcoming Hurricane, PNTrio, 'le 7ème continent', collaborating with baloni and PascAli as well as being a member of Gerald Cleaver's Black Host, Thomas Heberer's Clarino, Cooper Moore Trio and the Nate Wooley / David Rempis Quartet, made us dream of the opportunity to hear him SOLO.
Why is he so special? Well, because Niggenkemper is part of a rare number of bass players who prepare their instruments, being maybe the one who goes further doing it, because he has one of the most beautiful and personal sounds around and also because he has an endless vocabulary for the lower-sounding variant of the violin family, creating entire worlds and soundscapes. Living in New York, and being part of the rich scene of the Big Apple, this German-French virtuoso is undoubtedly one of the most important masters of the bass language in activity. Don't you know him yet? Well, this is the best opportunity to discover him."-Clean Feed[/quote]
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