Performer: Erik Friedlander Title: Prowl Style: Modern Creative,Improvisation,Jazz Instrument Duration: 53:59 Location: Castle Oaks Studios, Calabasas, CA Relesed: February 21, 2006 Recording date: March 25, 2005 & March 26, 2005 Rating: 4.4 Votes: 354 Other formats: MMF RA AUD APE MP4 TTA
Prowl is a 2006 album by cellist Erik Friedlander performing his compositions with the quartet that previously appeared on Topaz which was released on the Cryptogramophone label.
This album has an average beat per minute of 116 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 89/138 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 121BPM, ends at 116BPM (-5), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Erik Friedlander.
Artist: Erik Friedlander Album: Prowl Genre: Modern Creative, Contemporary Jazz Label: Cryptogramophone Released: 2006 Quality: FLAC (image+. cue) Tracklist: Howling Circle. Erik Friedlander - cello. Andy Laster - alto saxophone & clarinet. Stomu Takeishi - electric bass. Satoshi Takeishi - percussion.
Erik Friedlander - Anhinga 04:56. Erik Friedlander - A Dangerous Game 06:39. Erik Friedlander - Howling Circle 05:15. Erik Friedlander - A Closer Walk With Thee 05:59. Erik Friedlander - Prowl 05:24. Erik Friedlander - 7th Sister 06:13. Erik Friedlander - Chanting 04:45. Nighthawks - Erik Friedlander. Giorni Rubati - Erik Friedlander, Erik Friedlander & Teho Teardo, Teho Teardo. Quake - Andy Laster, Erik Friedlander, Satoshi Takeishi, Stomu Takeishi. American Power - Erik Friedlander. Haunted - Erik Friedlander, Sylvie Courvoisier.
Erik Friedlander: Prowl by Sean Patrick Fitzell, published on March 4, 2006. Topaz has always been rhythmically oriented, Friedlander explains in the liners, and on Prowl the compositions are built around various African musical traditions. When transplanted to this instrumentation, the results are dramatic. Howling Circle opens with a flash of cello pyrotechnics while Satoshi builds the relentless off-kilter two-hit pattern as the foundation for Friedlander's smoothly bowed melancholic line, later doubled by Laster's alto for an affecting conclusion
Howling Circle, 05:15.
Erik Friedlander is an American cellist and composer based in New York City. For the mathematician, see Eric Friedlander. A veteran of New York City's experimental downtown scene, Friedlander has worked in many context, but is perhaps best known for his frequent collaborations with saxophonist John Zorn. Friedlander grew up in a home filled with art and music: his father is photographer Lee Friedlander, noted for the cover photographs he took for Atlantic Records
Erik Friedlander - Prowl/Prowl.
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Topaz is a 1999 album by cellist Erik Friedlander which was released on the Siam label and features the quartet that became known as Topaz. But the more times you listen, the more you realize how much this left-of-center CD has going for it. .All compositions by Erik Friedlander except as indicated.
A Dangerous Game
A Closer Walk with Thee
Rich Breen - Engineer, Mastering, Mixing Alex Cline - Graphic Design Erik Friedlander - Cello, Composer, Liner Notes, Main Personnel, Primary Artist Jeff Gauthier - Producer Kurt Gellersted - Photography Gareth Jiffeau - Graphic Design Kathy Koller - Cover Art Andy Laster - Main Personnel, Saxophone Andy Lawster - Clarinet, Sax (Alto) Satoshi Takeishi - Main Personnel, Percussion Stomu Takeishi - Bass (Electric), Double Bass, Main Personnel Ashley Thayer - Photography Traditional - Composer