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Night Harvest

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 28, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Global Fusion Music
  • ASIN: B000066AOZ
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #500,901 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By J. Gabrielson on June 30, 2013
Format: MP3 Music Verified Purchase
I first heard Dogole on KCSM, the Bay Area's jazz station and ordered the CD right away. I loved it so much that I ordered the Amazon MP3 just recently. There are so many good tracks, new sounds and other virtues that I expect I will listen often. It's too bad that there are so few recordings. He should do more.
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By A Customer on July 6, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Percussionist Ian Dogole (former Ancient Future) is joined by some world-class masters on Night Harvest including Oregon's Paul McCandless and Nubian oud player Hamza El Din for some very interesting (and entertaining!) world-flavored workouts on what is essentially traditional jazz material. My favorites are their take on McCoy Tyner's "Message From The Nile" and Thelonius Monk's "Bemsha Swing." Fans of both world music and jazz are wise to check out Dogole's global fusion...
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I recently got turned on to Ian Dogole's "Night Harvest" cd, while driving. I actually, got off the freeway, parked, turned the motor off, and enjoyed the music. This is some of the best music I've heard in years. It's sort of like listening to a combination of Sun Ra, The Jazz Messangers, Olatunji, based in soul, funk, fusion, and jazz. I also play percussion, keyboards, and harmonica and have been practicing along with Ian, over, and over, and over. ...and I'm still not tired of listening. Check it out. ENJOY ! Make more music, Ian!
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I became quite interested in the music and the assortment of
world percussion instruments that Ian offers in both concert
performance, educational enlightenment, and superb recording
work as found on the Night Harvest CD. He takes great care
to offer top notch performing, stimulating arranging of
both jazz classic and world music idioms as well as outstanding
original composition; all the ingredients for a CD that should
find itself spinning quite often for the appreciative ears of
those of us who really acheive fullfillment from a master of his genre.
That also applies to the wonderful lineup of top drawer musicians
who perform in the ensemble along with him. Their individual
talents blend to create a cohesive whole to the body of the
seven pieces on this disc.
It's great to hear the work of a musician who also grew up
in the greater Philadelphia area as I did. His tribute
piece to Wilt Chamberlain is a truly great solo percussion
piece that captures the very essence of the beloved big
dipper. The special arrangements of the great jazz classic
pieces are also quite refeshing to hear and even more enjoyable
if you know the versions by the jazz composer/artists from
earlier recorndings they made.
Every piece on this CD had my headsets glued to my ears.
I listened to it at work the day I picked it up at my
post office box and it was pure dynamite. After hearing
it the first time and finding my brains blown up in shear
pleasure I played it again so I could blow my brains up
again. Its great to have all the sawdust shaken up that
way sometimes.
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