℗ 2015 Songlines Recordings
Released October 1, 2015
Duration 50m 51s
Catalogue No. SGL 1614-2
Genre Jazz (Avant-garde)
 

Canada Day IV

Harris Eisenstadt, Nate Wooley, Matt Bauder, Chris Dingman, Pascal Niggenkemper

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1.1
After Several Snowstorms
Harris Eisenstadt; Nate Wooley; Matt Bauder; Chris Dingman; Pascal Niggenkemper
7:12
1.2
Sometimes It's Hard to Get Dressed in the Morning
Harris Eisenstadt; Nate Wooley; Matt Bauder; Chris Dingman; Pascal Niggenkemper
4:28
1.3
Let's Say It Comes in Waves
Harris Eisenstadt; Nate Wooley; Matt Bauder; Chris Dingman; Pascal Niggenkemper
7:38
1.4
Life's Hurtling Passage Onward
Harris Eisenstadt; Nate Wooley; Matt Bauder; Chris Dingman; Pascal Niggenkemper
9:09
1.5
What Can Be Set to the Side
Harris Eisenstadt; Nate Wooley; Matt Bauder; Chris Dingman; Pascal Niggenkemper
4:08
1.6
What's Equal to What
Harris Eisenstadt; Nate Wooley; Matt Bauder; Chris Dingman; Pascal Niggenkemper
10:26
1.7
Meli Melo
Harris Eisenstadt; Nate Wooley; Matt Bauder; Chris Dingman; Pascal Niggenkemper
7:50
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"With each new release, Canada Day is developing into a more intriguing ensemble as well as an ideal, malleable outlet for Eisenstadt’s distinctive concepts." - JazzTimes.com "Four Stars. With their keen ability to transform notated material into adventurous but accessible variations, these five artists manage to balance convention with experimentation in a manner that remains palatable to mainstream sensibilities. Building on an already strong discography, Canada Day IV is far more exceptional than its unremarkable title suggests." - All About Jazz This fourth album from award-winning drummer Harris Eisenstadt and his longest-running band Canada Day is their most accomplished album yet, a thoroughly entertaining, provocative programme of original compositions that blends swinging modern jazz and spikier, off-center avant-jazz styles. The band’s idionsyncratic sound world features close percussive and textural interplay between the vibes and drums. Eisenstadt leads the quintet from his drum kit almost like a modern day Art Blakey. "I do think we’re at our best when there’s a palpable sense of high-wire negotiation of written and improvised materials happening. There’s a congeniality amongst us that is also palpable. I value that looseness and trust within the group very much. If you’re not enjoying yourselves together, why bother?" - Harris Eisenstadt
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Songlines Recordings Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.18
-0.20 to -0.14
-15.96
-19.02 to -12.88
-12.87
-15.20 to -10.60
9
8 to 11
1
After Several Snowstorms
-0.19-15.48-12.99
2
Sometimes It's Hard to Get Dressed in the Morning
-0.20-14.76-12.18
3
Let's Say It Comes in Waves
-0.19-15.98-13.610
4
Life's Hurtling Passage Onward
-0.19-17.12-13.710
5
What Can Be Set to the Side
-0.14-12.88-10.68
6
What's Equal to What
-0.16-19.02-15.211
7
Meli Melo
-0.18-16.49-12.08

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