CD Masada: Live in Sevilla 2000 (CD 985471),
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Masada: Live in Sevilla 2000

  • 1. Ne'eman
    2. Katzatz
    3. Hadasha
    4. Beeroth
    5. Yoreh
    6. Hazor
    7. Nashon
    8. Lakom
    9. Bith Aneth
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 7327

  • Credits
    ProducerKazunori Sugiyama; John Zorn
    EngineerJose Maria

    Masada: John Zorn (alto saxophone); Dave Douglas (trumpet); Greg Cohen (bass); Joey Baron (drums).
    Recorded live in Sevilla, Spain in March 2000.
    Personnel: John Zorn (saxophone); Dave Douglas (trumpet); Joey Baron (drums).
    Recording information: Concert, Sevilla, Spain (2000); Sevilla (2000); Teatro Central, Sevilla Junta De Andalucia (2000).
    Unknown Contributor Role: Joey Baron.
    Live in Sevilla, recorded and released in the year 2000, is arguably the finest document in this extremely prolific jazz quartet's catalog. If there's anyone who still believes that John Zorn is nothing more than an avant-garde screamer, look no further. The interplay between Zorn's alto and the trumpet of Dave Douglas is nothing short of amazing, and each one's soloing is focused and intense. Joey Baron and Greg Cohen are a fantastic rhythm section; Cohen acts as anchor while Baron playfully dances around the beat, simultaneously supplying a driving pulse. Even when Zorn and Douglas enter the realm of extended techniques (as on the end of "Ne'eman"), Cohen and Baron keep things firmly grounded. Of course, the real stars of the show are Zorn and Douglas; their solos are never less than dazzling, and each has an utterly unique style. Zorn's trademark alto wails are delightful and Dave Douglas has a warm and buttery tone all his own. This might also be the best recorded of the live Masada releases, making it a real jewel in an already glittering discography. Live in Sevilla proves that Masada is one of the most exciting jazz ensembles in the world, bar none. ~ Sean Westergaard

  • Critic Reviews
    Entertainment Weekly (8/4/00, p.87) - "...[A] singular mix of explosive energy and pungent, minor-key lyricism....[strutting] their best stuff..." - Rating: A-
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