Andrew Lamb, Warren Smith – The Dogon Duo (2013) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz]

Andrew Lamb, Warren Smith - The Dogon Duo (2013) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Andrew Lamb, Warren Smith
Album: The Dogon Duo
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2013
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:03:09
Total Tracks: 10
Total Size: 1,21 GB


1. Andrew Lamb & Warren Smith – Shanty House (06:46)
2. Andrew Lamb & Warren Smith – Mirage (06:12)
3. Andrew Lamb & Warren Smith – Dogon (07:39)
4. Andrew Lamb & Warren Smith – Tanganika (05:32)
5. Andrew Lamb & Warren Smith – Mojo Bag (07:51)
6. Andrew Lamb & Warren Smith – Roses in the Sand (07:08)
7. Andrew Lamb & Warren Smith – Bathsheba (07:11)
8. Andrew Lamb & Warren Smith – Call of the Spirits (03:55)
9. Andrew Lamb & Warren Smith – Obelisk (06:17)
10. Andrew Lamb & Warren Smith – Prologue (04:32)


Tenor saxophonist Andrew Lamb is capable of screaming like a full-blooded free jazzer, but more often than not he prefers to work a high-energy middle ground between bop and the avant-garde, in terms of both tone and harmony.Multi-reedist Andrew Lamb teams up with percussionist Warren Smith to form the Dogon Duo, whose self-titled disc is comprised of sources influenced by various types of world music that resonate in the spirit. The first song, “Shanty House, announces the duo’s bare bones approach, with Lamb’s visceral tenor declamations interlocking with Smith’s drum thrashing. “Mirage, a tune with strong Native American overtones, features Lamb on flute. He turns bottles into wind instruments on the haunting “Lake Tanganyika, then uses them for an amplifying effect when he blows the flute.
“Mojo Bag is arguably the most focused and imaginative of all of the sax/drum duets. Lamb wails solo for a couple of minutes, then Smith weaves his own passionate, imaginative lead before Lamb rejoins him to take the song out. Lamb’s mismar on “Roses in the Sand gives the tune a distinct Middle Eastern feeling; on “Bathsheba, he blows the tenor with something close to anguish.
“Call of the Spirits features Smith on drums, balafon, and whistle and Lamb on mismar; he returns to tenor for the spiraling “Obelisk and the brooding “Dialog, which closes the disc with more driving, rhythmically diverse drumming by Smith.

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