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Vol. 14-Ipos: the Book of Angels

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  • Audio CD (March 23, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Tzadik
  • ASIN: B00354NAP0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #143,751 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Sunlight on April 3, 2010
Format: Audio CD
This is the third CD by The Dreamers, and I think it is their strongest presentation to date. They have obviously been playing together and the band is tighter than ever. All of the six players are virtuosos in their own right, but know Zorn's work intimately and play together as a band under his leadership, coming forward when they need to, staying in the background when they need to. There is plenty of killer soloing from Ribot, Saft and Wollesen, and plenty of tricky Masada lyricism and Dreamers charm. With ALL of Zorn's music, there is a high level of musicianship involved, and a high degree of LISTENING between the players.

Since all the compositions are from the Masada songbook, Ipos has a special kind of focus, and the sequence works really well. The arrangements are incredibly varied. The cd begins and ends with dynamite surf tracks, and in between are loopy minimal pieces, beautiful piano jazz, moody exotica pieces, in fact all the mixture of styles that make The Dreamers cds so much fun to listen to. The hypnotic track Ezriel is one of my personal favorites, but all the tracks are amazing, Galizur, Oriel, Zortek and Qalbam have incredible Ribot solos, in fact he is really on fire throughout this album so if you are a Ribot fan this is an absolute MUST.

Highly suggested that you get the CD on this instead of a download. The artwork is gorgeous, and included as a bonus is a beautiful card in the style of the previous Dreamers releases by Tzadik designer Heung-Heung Chin who continues to prove herself one of the best and most creative graphic designers working today.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jan E. Callne on November 15, 2011
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This CD is one that you put on when your going to take drive but watch out it most likely will get you speeding! Ipos is part of John Zorn's Dreamers series of CD's, and a good one at that with all of the musicians expressing their incredible talent on their instruments. Some of the tracks are like Surf's up, and others are an incredible blend of surf, punk, jazz and a world sounds swirling in a very tight and professional production. John Zorn has commissioned the usual Dreamer's suspects: Marc Ribot - guitar, Kenny Wollensen - vibraphone, Jamie Saft - keyboards, Trevor Dunn - bass, Joey Baron - drums and Cyro Baptista on percussion. Everyone that I've played this CD for has just said - Wow, this is just amazing! Who are these guys? I just tell them that these guys are some guys that can really play their instruments and very well together! This is definitely a keeper and music that everyone should be able to get something out of when listening to it...
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Michael Stack VINE VOICE on April 2, 2010
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Perhaps the only one of John Zorn's ensembles that can be characterized as "endearing", The Dreamers take their turn tackling Zorn's Book of Angels on "Ipos". The downtown all-star band (Marc Ribot on guitar, Kenny Wollesen on vibes, Jamie Saft on keyboards, Trevor Dunn on bass, Joey Baron behind the drum kit and Cyro Baptista on percussion) Zorn assembled to tackle his urges in surf and exotica is in their second life, he originally brought them together as Electric Masada. Tackling Zorn's second Masada songbook, the band eschews their previous life and sticks to the sounds of The Dreamers and O'o, albeit with a somewhat different vocabulary. That said, while the album bears a distinct Masada stamp around the edges, it seems to have more in common with the band's previous dates rather than the songbook's.

All of this is apparent right from opener "Tirtael", with its driving beats, theme statement by Ribot doubled by Wollesen and brief, fierce solos, this one could have come straight off The Dreamers and none of us would have assumed it was a Masada piece. That aside, "Tirtael" is a great performance and sets the stage for a record of diverse performances, from the liquidy bassline of "Galizur" to the moody "Qalbam" and the slinky "Zortek", "Ipos" continually provides quite a bit to grab onto, wrapping up with a surf workout that could be an unreleased Dick Dale cut in closer "Kutiel"..
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