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Between - 'Dharana' (Yvp) 4 1/2 stars
2006年2月15日 - (Amazon.com)
Originally released in 1978, looks to be Between's third proper release. Personally, I like their first album, 'And The Waters Opened' a tad better. Tough to describe, but try experimental / kraut-like. Some just might simply tag it as 'World Music'. Two best tracks are the title cut "Dharana" and the seventeen minute epic "The Voice Of Silence" (nearly worth the price of admission alone). Line-up: Peter Michael Hamel - keyboards & organ, Robert Detree (Embryo) - acoustic guitar, Gary L. Todd (worked with Terry Riley, Stan Kenton) - bass Robert Eliscu - oboe and Cotch Black - Drums & percussion. A nice piece to own.
On Dharana's "Between"
2000年3月22日 - (Amazon.com)
I love this recording because it has a variety of instrumental timbres over the course of the album and never fails to create a mood of sacred time and space. Although one of the artists is known for his overtone singing, its icing on the cake. One song has classical guitar playing a Japanese melody. Another is Indian classical chant. Another piece is Indian takadi rhythm syllables performed with real feeling. My favorite song has oboes interweaving in aparent improvisation stylistically reminiscent of Palestrina but without the arrogant edge I seem to feel from most classical music. The oboe parts seem to be approached from a more middle eastern influence.
William J. Wagner Jr.
Group Between Hamel found
2005年7月16日 - (Amazon.com)
Trust this aging hippie. I looked for this title for years. Peter Michael Hamel showed up but not Group Between. Between worked go figure!