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The strings themselves add a complex layer to the inspired playing by Frisell.
Also, for anyone who enjoys listening to music that is the sum of all of its parts, not just one instrument, this is a CD you would enjoy.
The album has a good balance of dance-like tracks and some nice earthy, ambient-like tracks.
This guy has made more albums than I can count. I haven't heard them all, but I do own at least half a dozen. I know of no artist who is so consistently high quality in his output. Read morePublished on October 25, 2011 by Brad Smith
All the other reviews say it all. I just want to inform you of ALL the musicians on the CD.
Frisell with Hal Willner (turntables also known as record player scratching, CD... Read more
As I've said in a number of my other reviews, I'm not a big jazz guitar fan. That's probably because the first jazz guitar music I really listened to was the waiting room music of... Read morePublished on May 16, 2008 by Eric C. Sedensky
This 2004 gem is without a doubt, one of the most exciting and interesting jazz albums I own. Frisell has an incredibly unique voice with a truly eclectic range and it's impossible... Read morePublished on January 30, 2007 by Olukayode Balogun
I think I've figured out the "Unspeakable" part. These sound like demos or backing tracks to singing or spoken word parts (some of the titles refer to poets) that never got... Read morePublished on January 11, 2007 by bluejim
Frisell's "Unspeakable" recording is smooth and relaxing to listen to. It is the type of music where you can simply relax and get lost in the hypnotic quality, or you can listen... Read morePublished on March 14, 2006 by Robert M. Underwood, Jr.
Of course, I am a hugely biased fan of Bill Frisell, own several of his CDs and have seen him play live on several occasions in a variety of musical contexts. Read morePublished on February 21, 2006 by Ken Kingery
Grammy-winning "Unspeakable" continues Bill Frisell's style of putting emphasis on song over solo. The music is very structured. Read morePublished on December 23, 2005 by Anthony Cooper
To the one-star reviewers of this album, I have one suggestion: Grab another wine cooler and put that Kenny G album back in the CD player. Feeling better? Good! Read morePublished on October 8, 2005 by Steve Vrana