℗ 2013 Songlines Recordings
 

No Difference

Gordon Grdina, Mark Helias, Kenton Loewen, Tony Malaby

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"... Grdina's visceral approach is as eclectic and raw as any guitarist of his generation ... variety is celebrated here ... should have six string aficionados eager for more!"
- CriticalJazz.com

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1
Hope in Being
Gordon Grdina; Mark Helias; Kenton Loewen; Tony Malaby
7:03
2
Limbo
Gordon Grdina; Mark Helias; Kenton Loewen; Tony Malaby
5:49
3
The Throes
Gordon Grdina; Mark Helias; Kenton Loewen; Tony Malaby
8:33
4
Leisure Park
Gordon Grdina; Mark Helias; Kenton Loewen; Tony Malaby
4:49
5
Fast Times
Gordon Grdina; Mark Helias; Kenton Loewen; Tony Malaby
5:54
6
Nayeli Joon
Gordon Grdina; Mark Helias; Kenton Loewen; Tony Malaby
7:06
7
Cluster
Gordon Grdina; Mark Helias; Kenton Loewen; Tony Malaby
5:16
8
Fierce Point
Gordon Grdina; Mark Helias; Kenton Loewen; Tony Malaby
6:34
9
Visceral Voices
Gordon Grdina; Mark Helias; Kenton Loewen; Tony Malaby
7:33
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    58:37
"... takes place at the crossroads of the known and unknown, expected and surprising, fenced in and free. More importantly, it's an album built upon the bonds of shared experience. These four, as individuals and a team, are afraid of nothing and open to everything."
- All About Jazz

Vancouver-based guitarist and oud player Gordon Grdina has been involved in many collaborations over the years with creative improvisers, among them double bassist Mark Helias. In June 2012 they went into the studio for a day to record this album with drummer Kenton Loewen and saxophonist Tony Malaby and played a gig at ShapeShifter Lab, which yielded the two live duo tracks here. The pieces, all written by Grdina, range from searching, delicate duos on oud or guitar to denser, more energetic guitar quartet tracks, where a striving towards collective abandon is held within fairly tight structures.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Songlines Recordings Studio Masters

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