Jamie L Keesecker | Shaken Earth, Vol. 2: Into the Bends of Time

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Shaken Earth, Vol. 2: Into the Bends of Time

by Jamie L Keesecker

‘Into the Bends of Time’ evokes romantic orchestral music, rich with jazz harmony with an ear towards the piano voicings of Bill Evans. The electronics are an expressive member of the ensemble -essential but not overpowering.
Genre: Classical: New Music Ensemble
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1. Breakout - Into the Bends of Time
2:12 $1.50
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2. Parallel Existence - Into the Bends of Time
2:45 $1.50
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3. Broken Things - Into the Bends of Time
7:03 $1.50
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4. Divergence - Into the Bends of Time
10:44 $1.50
5. Eat the Damage - Into the Bends of Time
6:02 $1.50
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6. Echoes in the Current - Into the Bends of Time
4:46 $1.50
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7. Over the Long Arc - Into the Bends of Time
5:02 $1.50
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‘Into the Bends of Time’ weaves a narrative that drops you into an exciting world of swift counterpoint and deep grooves. Although new, the gaze of the musical style often shifts taking worthwhile tangents through Sixties and Seventies jazz and the chiptune synthesizer music of the late Eighties and early Nineties. This recording showcases the masterful performers alongside the composer’s innovative incorporation of electronics into the acoustic ensemble. This offers an expansion of the conventional coloristic palette of jazz-influenced classical music to achieve a rich post-human symphonic sound.

The piece gets its name from the notion of real-time computer-assisted processing of converting sound into electrical energy waves as digital data. That data is then artfully modified and converted back into signal and thus returned to the world as processed sound. In this way, the musician’s sound is ‘bent’ in time by the computer.

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