Steuart Liebig - Return And Departures mp3 album
Bass Guitar – Steuart Liebig. these are two series of improvisations, from two different days. they were inspired by seeing steve swallow play on 9 august, which reminded me that he is a true individual voice on the instrument and an american treasure who might be easily overlooked as he is not flashy. all the improvs were recorded using one bass (flatwound strings tuned A-Bb) straight into the mixer into ableton live with minimal processing (reverb) and eq. live improvs recorded 10 and 11 august 2014.
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RETURN and DEPARTURES. culver city, autumn 2014.
A very talented improviser and jazzman with a ferocious electric bass playing, Steuart Liebig attempts to renovate the chamber-quartet format. The quartet consists of Ellen Burr on flutes, Jeff Gauthier on (electric) violin, Jeanette Kangas on percussion, and Liebig on electric contrabass guitars. If Gauthier's playing remains mostly anchored into the concert violin tradition, despite the amplification, Liebig's is strongly influenced by jazz and rock techniques. Sound-wise, the result is a four-legged beast attempting to walk straight while one leg is constantly going sideways.
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Steuart Liebig: Pomegranate by AAJ Staff, published on August 1, 2001. Even in its quieter moments, Steuart Liebig's new ensemble effort, Pomegranate, projects a sense of excitement. Sometimes it's the spark of discovery, other times it's the joy of companionship, and often (not to be underrated) it's the unexpected pleasure of getting lost and then finding the way back home. and in the end, the path itself bears just as much interest as the destination.
Bassist Steuart Liebig, an accomplished player who specializes in the electric six-string bass, has been circulating on the inspired, avant-jazz fringes of the Los Angeles music scene for years. To say only that he plays bass would be misleading. As an improviser, he commands a shocking array of effects.
Departures is the second solo album by Australian musician Bernard Fanning, a followup to his 2005 Australian charting album Tea & Sympathy, and the first since Fanning's band Powderfinger was disbanded in 2011. The album was released on 7 June 2013. The album heralds a departure from Fanning's debut 2005 effort of folk and roots in favour of a rock sound, more akin to his Powderfinger origins. Tell Me How It Ends" – 3:41. Grow Around You" – 4:20.
- Bass Guitar [Solo 6-String Bass Guitar] – Steuart Liebig
Notesthese are two series of improvisations, from two different days.
they were inspired by seeing steve swallow play on 9 august, which reminded me that he is a true individual voice on the instrument and an american treasure who might be easily overlooked as he is not flashy.
all the improvs were recorded using one bass (flatwound strings tuned A-Bb) straight into the mixer into ableton live with minimal processing (reverb) and eq.
recorded 10 and 11 august 2014