Siiri Sisask & Kristjan Randalu | teine jälg

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teine jälg

by Siiri Sisask & Kristjan Randalu

Siiri Sisask, one of the most intriguing stars of Estonia, sings about life, death, and love.
Genre: World: Eastern European
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hommikupuu / Morning Tree
4:24 $0.99
2. Surma nimi / Death´s Name
7:22 $0.99
3. Kummastav vaikus / Astonishing Silence
7:13 $0.99
4. Imelikult ilus / Strangely Beautiful
9:17 $0.99
5. Sinu laul / Your Song
6:44 $0.99
6. Jälg / Footprint
7:47 $0.99
7. Ma ei maga, ma ei söö / I Don´t Sleep, I Don´t Eat
7:20 $0.99
8. Igaühel oma pill / To Each His Own Instrument
15:23 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Siiri Sisask - voc

Kristjan Randalu - piano

Carsten Netz - woodwinds & live electronics

Pascal Niggenkemper - bass

Bodek Janke - drums & percussion

"It now appears that the multifaceted résumé of Siiri Sisask for the last decade and a half has been but a dress rehearsal for a return to her true musical home, a house shared by wonderful partners who have adopted her words and melodies as if they were their own.

In his intricate arrangements Kristjan Randalu captures the subtle shadings and emotional hinterlands of her lyrics.

At times his layers of lyrical minimalism create a medium for her message, at other times they ramp up the emotional content. The songs themselves are more like poems than ballads. The dynamic range of the music is extraordinaly wide: quiet nuanced passages are pitted against dramatic and surging figures as dictated by the structural development of the piece. Randalu´s piano playing, always unexpected and refreshing, and Netz´s at times dreamlike saxophone and clarinet sound provide the singular shading of the walls of this house, all framed by Lange´s meditative and rock-steady bass. The record is a surprisingly effective whole, the journey of a woman who has felt the sear of love and loss, and who after feelings of hopelessness and other tribulations has found an inner light, a connection to a wellspring of natural energy."

Anne Erm

Artistic Director

Festival "Jazzkaar", Tallinn



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Keto Soosaar

Extraordinarily interesting and beautiful.