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Gisler, Dave Trio (w/ Jaimie Branch / David Murray): See You Out There (Intakt)

Expanding on his live album "Zurich Concert" with trumpeter Jaimie Branch, Swiss guitarist Dave Gisler's trio with Raffaele Bossard on bass and Lionel Friedli on drums release this studio album with Branch returning, and adding New York tenor saxophonist David Murray for a mix of demanding jazz and introspective improv environments, a beautifully balanced album of avant jazz.
 

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Includes a 16 page booklet with liner notes, discography and band images.

UPC: 7640120193782

Label: Intakt
Catalog ID: ITK378.2
Squidco Product Code: 31659

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2022
Country: Switzerland
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold 3 Panels
Recorded at Rotfarb Recording Studio, in Uznach, Switzerland, on November 1st and 2nd, 2021, by Lara Persia.


Personnel:

Dave Gisler-guitar

Raffaele Bossard-bass

Lionel Friedli-drums

Jaimie Branch-trumpet

David Murray-tenor saxophone

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Artist Biographies:

Dave Gisler (b 1983 Switzerland) is a jazz guitarist, ans has led or been a member of the groups Christoph Irniger Pilgrim, Dave Gisler Trio, Dave Gisler's Shizzle, Gregor Frei ASMIN, Gregor Frei Asmin Sextet, Lucerne Jazz Orchestra, Markus Lauterburg Mumur, No Flores, Notebook Large Ensemble, Pilgrim, Raffaele Bossard's Junction Box, Sonar Ensemble, Weird Beard.

-Discogs (https://www.discogs.com/artist/1999162-Dave-Gisler)
5/23/2022

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"Raffaele Bossard (* 1982 in Los Angeles ) is a Swiss jazz musician ( double bass ).

Bossard, who grew up in Zug, had first piano lessons, then switch to electric bass. From 1999 to 2001 he received lessons on the double bass with Bobby Burri at the music school Zug, to then complete the preliminary course at the Jazz School Lucerne, where he studied from 2003 to 2008 with Heiri Känzig, Patrice Moret and Peter Frei. In addition, he took in New York hours with Ron Carter. He leads his own quartet Junction Box, with whom he introduced in 2012 his debut album Adumbration. [1]

Bossard belongs since 2008 to Mats-Up, the band of Matthias Spillmann, and to the band of Joe Haider. Since 2011 he plays in the quartet of Matthias Tschopp and in the collective NoReduce, and since 2013 he belongs to Christoph Irniger's Pilgrim, with whom he also plays in the trio. He can also be heard on albums by Jochen Baldes, Dominic Egli, Gregor Frei, Matthias Tschopp, the Sonar Ensemble and the Lucerne Jazz Orchestra. He also worked with Feya Faku, Ohad Talmor, Jeff Davis, Joey Baron, Nasheet Waits, Ziv Ravitz, Dave Douglas, Nils Wogram, Nat Su, Andy Scherrer, Glenn Ferris, Bert Joris, Johannes Enders, Sandy Patton, Claus Reichstaller, Roberto Bossard, Christian Münchinger, Chris Wiesendanger, Elmar Frey, Claudio Puntin, Domenic Landolf, Jean Paul Brodbeck and VEIN.

Bossard was the winner of the 2013 Moods Blues and Jazz Award with Mats-Up; In the following year he received the ZKB Jazzpreis with the Matthias Tschopp Quartet. With the band of Florian Egli and Gileno Santana he was in the same year winner in Transnational Be-Jazz."

-Wikipedia (Translated by Google) (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raffaele_Bossard)
5/23/2022

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Lionel Friedli (born 1975 in Moutier) is a Swiss jazz percussionist. He has performed with Christoph Stiefel Inner Language Trio, Christy Doran's Bunter Hund, Christy Doran's New Bag, Heiri Känzig Quintet, Le Pot, Lucien Dubuis Trio, Manuel Mengis Gruppe 6, Nicolas Masson Parallels, OZMO, Qoniak, Sarah Buechi's THALi, Vera Kappeler Trio, Whisperings

-Squidco, Discogs 5/23/2022

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"Jaimie Breezy Branch (born 17 June 1983) is an American jazz trumpeter and composer.

Branch was raised in Red Hook, Brooklyn and started playing trumpet at age nine. At 14, she moved to Wilmette, a suburb of Chicago, before attending the New England Conservatory of Music (graduating in 2005). Later she moved back to Chicago, working as a musician, organizer and sound engineer on the local music scene, including with Jason Ajemian (on The Art of Dying, 2006), Keefe Jackson's Project Project (on Just Like This, 2007), and Tim Daisy' s New Fracture Quartet (on 1000 Lights, 2008), Anton Hatwich and Ken Vandermark. She has performed in Chicago and New York with her trio Princess, Princess, with bassist Toby Summerfield and drummer Frank Rosaly, and in trios with Tim Daisy and Daniel Levin, Matt Schneider and Jason Adasiewicz, and with Chris Velkommen/Sam Weinberg. Together with Jason Stein, Jeb Bishop and Jason Roebke, she founded the band Block and Tackle. To jazz she has contributed on five albums between 2006 and 2008.

In 2012 Branch moved to Baltimore, where she earned a master's degree in Jazz performance from Towson University. At this time she also founded the record label Pionic Records, where she releases the music of her group Bomb Shelter. In New York she has worked with Brandon Lopez, Fred Lonberg-Holm and Mike Stolthet among others. In addition, she performed on albums with the independent rock groups Never Enough Hope, Local H and Atlas Math. Currently, she works in a quartet with Chad Taylor (drums), Jason Ajemian (bass) and Tomeka Reid (cello), as well as with Brandon Lopez, Mike Pride, Shayna Dulberger and Weasel Walter, and with Yoni Kretzmer and Tobey Cederberg. She names Don Cherry, Axel Dörner, Booker Lite and Miles Davis among her musical influences. In 2017 she released her debut solo album, Fly or Die, with Tomeka Reid, Jason Ajemian, Chad Taylor, Matt Schneider (guitar), Ben LaMar Gay, and Josh Berman (cornet)."

-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaimie_Branch)
5/23/2022

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"David Keith Murray (born February 19, 1955) is an American jazz saxophonist and composer who performs mostly on tenor and bass clarinet. He has recorded prolifically for many record labels since the mid-1970s.

Murray was born in Oakland, California, United States. He attended Pomona College, graduating in 1977. He was initially influenced by free jazz musicians such as Albert Ayler and Archie Shepp. He gradually evolved a more diverse style in his playing and compositions. Murray set himself apart from most tenor players of his generation by not taking John Coltrane as his model, choosing instead to incorporate elements of mainstream players Coleman Hawkins, Ben Webster and Paul Gonsalves into his mature style. Despite this, he recorded a tribute to Coltrane, Octet Plays Trane, in 1999. He played a set with the Grateful Dead at a show on September 22, 1993, at Madison Square Garden in New York City. His 1996 tribute to the Grateful Dead, Dark Star, was also critically well received.

Murray was a founding member of the World Saxophone Quartet with Oliver Lake, Julius Hemphill and Hamiet Bluiett. He has recorded or performed with musicians such as Henry Threadgill, James Blood Ulmer, Olu Dara, Tani Tabbal, Butch Morris, Donal Fox, McCoy Tyner, Elvin Jones, Sunny Murray (no relation), Ed Blackwell, Johnny Dyani, Fred Hopkins, and Steve McCall. David Murray's use of the circular breathing technique has enabled him to play astonishingly long phrases."

-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Murray_(saxophonist))
5/23/2022

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track listing:


1. Bastards On the Run 4:53

2. Can You Hear Me? 5:11

3. See You Out There 5:18

4. The Vision 6:48

5. Get It Done 2:09

6. Medical Emergency 6:25

7. What Goes Up 4:19

8. High As A Kite 5:22

9. Get A Doner 3:00

10. Better Don't Fuck With the Drunken Sailor 5:41

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descriptions, reviews, &c.

"Two years after the acclaimed live album Zurich Concert, which featured trumpeter Jamie Branch, the Dave Gisler trio adds another guest for a studio album - the giant of modern jazz - David Murray. Just as the trio immediately hit it off with Branch, Murray is furiously integrated into the band's punchy music, with the presence of both the trumpeter and tenor saxophonist opening up the group's sound. The resulting body of sound, propelled by punkish energy and the driving force of rock, the free-form aesthetics of the sixties and the cadences of modern jazz, navigates into open musical realms. But there's no doubt that as Branch's final note resounds, Gisler and his collaborators will soldier on driven by a need to make music together"-Peter Margasak, from the liner notes



"The extroverted Swiss trio led by guitarist Dave Gisler is powerfully augmented here with the wealth of experience and blaze brought by saxophonist David Murray and the creative musical sensibilities of trumpeter Jaimie Branch. Even probing other moods, the stylistic predominance on the trio's third outing, See You Out There, can be specified as acute avant-jazz meets raw-boned punk rock.

The boisterous opener, "Bastards on the Run", ensures an explosive start. Played at a blistering tempo, the piece shows off an aggressive and pliable rhythm section - composed of bassist Raffaele Bossard and drummer Lionel Friedli - paving the ground for concurrent spontaneous incursions of guitar, saxophone and trumpet. A cacophonous noise delirium comes out of the speakers at full force, inundating the surroundings with ferocious energy. Other punkier tracks include "Medical Emergency", which, inspired by true Covid events, revels in horn unisons, muscular drumming, and fiery solos from guitar and tenor; and "What Goes Up...", whose pummeling rhythmic drive and loud guitar strumming are in a position to defy The Sex Pistols. This number, together with the closing 3/4 bluesy cut "Better Don't Fuck with the Drunken Sailor", originally appeared on the 2020 album Zurich Concert, which also featured Branch.

"Can You Hear Me" and "Get a Doener" have strong improvisational flairs. The former, with unaggressive chordal work and sharp trumpet notes pointing to the sky, becomes heavier, then darker and then percussive; the latter, squeezing a hip-hop feel out of its rhythmic fragmentation, has Gisler and Murray engaged in an uproarious dialogue. At odds with these ambiences yet with distinct natures, we have the eerily atmospheric title track and "The Vision", whose irresistible theme plays like a spiritual hymn. Over the course of the tune I just mentioned, one finds melodious trumpet lines set against a fuzz-painted wall of noise, an inside/outside guitar improvisation delivered with hammer-ons and resolute phrases, and Murray's volcanic blows over a prodding krautrock rhythm. This captivating album is a squall of musical intensity and puissant improvisation."-Filipe Freitas, Jazz Trail


Includes a 16 page booklet with liner notes, discography and band images.

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