℗ 2009 ECM Records GmbH under exclusive license to Universal Music Classics, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
Released March 20, 2009
Duration 1h 03m 44s
Genre Jazz
 

Last Night The Moon Came Dropping Its Clothes In The Street

Jon Hassell

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1.1
Aurora
Jon Hassell; Peter Freeman; Jan Bang; Rick Cox; Jamie Muhoberac
5:16
1.2
Time And Place
Jon Hassell; Peter Freeman; Kheir-Eddine M’Kachiche; Jan Bang; Rick Cox; Jamie Muhoberac; Pete Lockett
3:47
1.3
Abu Gil (Live)
Jon Hassell; Peter Freeman; Kheir-Eddine M’Kachiche; Jan Bang; Eivind Aarset; Helge Norbakken
13:04
1.4
Last Night The Moon Came
Jon Hassell; Peter Freeman; Kheir-Eddine M’Kachiche; Jan Bang; Rick Cox; Thomas Newman; Jamie Muhoberac
11:16
1.5
Clairvoyance
Peter Freeman; Kheir-Eddine M’Kachiche; Jan Bang
1:05
1.6
Courtrais (Live)
Jon Hassell; Peter Freeman; Jan Bang; Dino J. A. Deane; Steve Shehan
5:44
1.7
Scintilla
Peter Freeman; Kheir-Eddine M’Kachiche; Jan Bang; Rick Cox; Dino J. A. Deane
0:50
1.8
Northline (Live)
Jon Hassell; Peter Freeman; Jan Bang; Eivind Aarset; Helge Norbakken
6:44
1.9
Blue Period
Jon Hassell; Peter Freeman; Jan Bang; Rick Cox; Jamie Muhoberac; Elvind Aarset; Steve Shehan
7:59
1.10
Light On Water (Live)
Jon Hassell; Peter Freeman; Jan Bang; Eivind Aarset; Helge Norbakken
7:59
Digital Booklet
"... offers up an impeccable sound world which gradually reveals a sense of deeply meditative interaction from a group of individuals listening intently to one another. The music repays similar attention from the listener." - BBC Music "Four Stars ... this is no ordinary listening experience. It's an album that slips under the radar of conventional listening: not jazz, though it's largely improvised; easy to absorb, yet not at all dumbed down. You can lose yourself in the leisurely (but never static) title track ... subtly mixed, the tracks recorded sound quite magical." - The Guardian Recorded in 2008, Last Night The Moon Came Dropping Its Clothes In The Street marks the return to ECM for trumpeter and electronic music pioneer Jon Hassell after a 20-year absence. The album, which takes its title from 13th century Persian poet Rumi, is atmospheric, blending world music influences with electronics and Hassell's unique trumpet style.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM Records Studio Masters

Produced by Manfred Eicher and Jon Hassell Co-produced by Peter Freeman Mixed by Peter Freeman in Los Angeles, Nov. / Dec. 2008 Digital editing: Peter Freeman Recording engineers: Gérard de Haro and Nicolas Baillard, Studios La Buissonne, Pernes-les-Fontaines Concert recordings by Arnaud Mercier “Courtrais” recorded live in Courtrais, Belgium “Abu Gil”, “Northline” and “Light On Water” recorded live at Kings Place, London, November 2008 Cover Photo: Gérald Minkoff Liner Photos: Jenafer Gillingham (p. 5), Peter Freeman (pp. 7, 10) Gérard de Haro (pp. 8), Jean-Marc Lubrano (p. 12) Design: Sascha Kleis
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-5.36
-19.07 to -0.31
-25.43
-41.77 to -20.02
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11 to 13
1
Aurora
-0.39-20.0213
2
Time And Place
-0.31-20.4613
3
Abu Gil (Live)
-2.78-22.7912
4
Last Night The Moon Came
-3.72-23.3712
5
Clairvoyance
-14.63-33.4211
6
Courtrais (Live)
-5.08-24.0812
7
Scintilla
-19.07-41.7711
8
Northline (Live)
-0.85-20.8713
9
Blue Period
-1.63-21.6413
10
Light On Water (Live)
-5.12-25.8513

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