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CAROLINA CHOCOLATE DROPS - LUMINISCENT ORCHESTRII (EP) (USA, 2011) @ [256k]

30/01/2011 03:11 0 Comentarios Lectura: ( palabras)

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CAROLINA CHOCOLATE DROPS - LUMINISCENT ORCHESTRII

(EP) (USA, 2011) @

El prestigioso sello norteamericano Nonesuch edita el segundo disco de Carolina Chocolate Drops, el grupo folk de cuerda procedente de Carolina del Norte. Para grabar este disco han contado con la colaboración de Luminiscent Orchestrii, formación de música punk zíngara procedente de la ciudad de Nueva York.

imageEl nuevo proyecto, un Extended Play de cuatro canciones, nació el día en el que las dos bandas que se admiraban mutuamente desde hacía tiempo, actuaron en el festival Folk Alliance de Memphis, en Tennessee. Esta unión surge de una historia realmente curiosa. Todos los días, los Lumiis se colocaban frente al ayuntamiento de la ciudad estadounidense y tocaban para los transeúntes. Un día, Sxip Shirey, uno de los miembros de los Lumiis, se dio cuenta de que era Rhiannon Giddens de los Drops el que estaba observando y le pidió que se uniera a ellos. Lo siguiente fue "magia... uno de esos momentos extraños del festival que no volverán a suceder", decía Shirey.

Rápidamente, invitaron a los Chocolate Drops en Brooklyn para que se unieran a su amigo beatboxer Adam Matta y grabar "Knockin'", del disco Too Hot to Sleep (2005) de los Lumiis, y "Hit 'Em Up Style", una canción del álbum Genuine Negro Jig (Nonesuch Records, 2009) de los Drops. Después, los Lumiis y Matta viajaron a Winston-Salem, en Carolina del Norte, para grabar una nueva versión del clásico de jazz "Short Dress Gal" de Sam Morgan, y la canción "Escoutas (Diga Diga Diga)" de los Lumii. El resultado, Carolina Chocolate Drops/Luminiscent Orchestrii (Nonesuch Records, 2011), cuatro cautivadoras canciones en formato EP.

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Nonesuch releases its second record from North Carolina-based string band the Carolina Chocolate Drops—a four-song EP—on January 25. The record is a collaboration with the New York City–based Romanian gypsy punk band Luminescent Orchestrii; it was co-produced by that group's sound engineer, Joseph "Bass" DeJarnette, with the Carolina Chocolate Drops and Luminescent Orchestrii. This self-titled EP is available for pre-order here in the Nonesuch Store, where the first 100 copies of the CD and the first 100 copies of the 10" vinyl EP will be signed by the Carolina Chocolate Drops. All pre-orders include an instant digital download of the record's opening track, "Short Dress Gal." (As always, purchases from the Nonesuch Store include a high-quality digital download of the record at no additional charge, available release day.) To pre-order now on CD and vinyl, click here.

The project began when both the Luminescent Orchestrii and the Carolina Chocolate Drops, longtime admirers of each others' music, were performing at the Folk Alliance festival in Memphis, Tennessee. Every day in Memphis, the Lumiis would set up in the hall and do a short set for the passersby. One day the Lumiis' Sxip Shirey noticed that the Drops' Rhiannon Giddens was watching and asked her to join them. What followed was "magic ... one of those rare festival moments that never happens again, " as Shirey said.

The Chocolate Drops were soon invited to Brooklyn to join the Luminescent Orchestrii and their friend human beatboxer Adam Matta to record "Knockin', " from the Lumiis' record Too Hot to Sleep, and Blu Cantrell's "Hit 'Em Up Style, " which was on the Drops' album Genuine Negro Jig. Next the Lumiis and Matta went down to Winston-Salem, North Carolina, to record a new version of the Sam Morgan jazz classic "Short Dress Gal" and the Lumii song "Escoutas (Diga Diga Diga)." These four songs comprise Carolina Chocolate Drops / Luminescent Orchestrii.

imageThe Carolina Chocolate Drops formed after band members Dom Flemons, Rhiannon Giddens, and Justin Robinson met at the Black Banjo Gathering in Boone, North Carolina, in 2005; they have toured continuously since the band's inception. All three trained in the Piedmont banjo and fiddle musical tradition under the tutelage of Joe Thompson. The members come from diverse musical backgrounds, sharing singing duties and swapping instruments throughout their sets. Flemons has immersed himself in the music of the past, with a prodigious record collection and an immense knowledge of the different playing styles of the blues, country, and string band traditions. In addition to her work with Joe Thompson, Giddens—a Piedmont native—studied opera at Oberlin Conservatory, performs with a Celtic band and is also an avid contra dancer and caller. Robinson, the group's main fiddler, also plays banjo; he grew up in a house full of musicians—his mother is a classically trained opera singer and cellist, his sister a classical pianist and his grandfather a harmonica player.

The Luminescent Orchestrii's music features Romanian gypsy melodies, punk frenzy, salty tangos, hard-rocking klezmer, haunting Balkan harmony, hip-hop beats, and Appalachian fiddle, all eaten and spit out by two violins, resophonic guitar, bullhorn harmonica, and bass. The band members are from different scenes in New York City, yet come together through their love of Balkan and Gypsy music. Sxip Shirey is an international circus composer, Sarah Alden is an old-time fiddle player, Rima Fand is an experimental theater composer, and Benjy Fox-Rosen is a free-jazz bassist. It is not uncommon to find Shirey playing with the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus, Fand composing music for a Lorca puppet show, Fox-Rosen at a jazz gig, or Alden fiddling away at an all-night old-time session. Since 2002, when the band was formed, the Luminescent Orchestrii has toured the East Coast, England, Scotland, and Germany.

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