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Sean Malone - Cortlandt (1996) MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 140.17 Mb | Scans | Time: 1:11:39 Genre: Progressive Rock, Jazz Fusion, Instrumental | Label: Audioimage Records | Cat.№: AIRCD 64
Cortlandt (1996) is the first solo CD by bassist/composer Sean Malone. It features a rich tapestry of musical styles, from fusion, to world music, to the Baroque. It contains, as Sean puts it "a lot of the bits and pieces that never made it to the setlists of the groups I've played in" with a focus on fusion melody and harmony (Controversy, Splinter, Giant Steps). As much as it is a showcase for performance, Cortlandt is the freshman offering of Sean's composition and arranging skills, utilizing an array of textures and instrumentation.
Fans of Cynic and Gordian Knot have sought out this little-known disc, but should be warned that it doesn't serve as a 'prequel' to Gordian Knot; it's a chance to hear Sean stretch out as a bassist and début as a composer in a fusion setting.
1. Controversy (4:16) 2. Splinter (3:21) 3. Fisher's Gambit (5:17) 4. Hand Full of Earth (6:20) 5. Giant Steps (2:55) 6. At Taliesin (4:09) 7. Big Sky Wanting (6:00) 8. The Big Idea (6:15) 9. Sinfonia (Hidden track) (33:06)
Produced by Scott Burns and Sean Malone Executive Producer: Bob Snieckus
Sean Malone - Cortlandt (1996)
Sean Malone (Cynic, Gordian Knot, Aghora, Dream Theater, Cygnus, Gary Willis, Mike Portnoy, Paul Gilbert, Steven Wilson, John Wesley) - bass guitar, chapman stick, keyboards Trey Gunn (King Crimson, The Trey Gunn Band, Quodia, TU, KTU, UKZ) - warr guitar Reeves Gabrels (The Dark, Life on Earth, Rubber Rodeo, The Bentmen, Modern Farmer, David Bowie, Tin Machine, The Magnificent Others, The Cure, Sonic Mining Company, gODHEAD, Jeebus) - guitars Bob Brunin - guitars Geoff Caputo - guitars Glenn Snelwar - mandolins Sean Reinert (Cynic, Æon Spoke, Death, Gordian Knot, Aghora) - drums, percussion
Sinfonia (Hidden track) a.k.a. Three-Part Invention in D minor Contains approximately 30 minutes of silence, then Bach's Sinfonia number 4 in D minor