Misterrious (kk017)

by Andrey Kiritchenko

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Text by Andrey Kiritchenko
When I started to think about new album, I wanted to keep up with what I have started to explore in “True Delusion” release and continued in “Stuffed With/Out”. I wanted to introduce something new to the sound – make it more acoustic than electronic. Believe me or not, I wanted to make a jazz record (my way of course) - cinematic, naive and visionary album.
In the new album I choose piano as the main and solo instrument and wanted to make it sound in minimalist, melodic and overtone way. So, when I had some amount of free time in rehearsal rooms of Stockholm’s student chummery I started to make first piano sketches. After those sessions and also collecting piano outlines I made later in Kharkov I decided to continue with an appropriate jazz attribute – drums. After few unsuccessful conversations with local drummers I decided to ask Jason Kahn and Martin Brandlmayer for their participation as I really appreciate their stuff and approach. After their part was done I still had some tracks that wished to have a percussion part too, so I decided to try that out myself and bought a snare and a set up of cymbals. By that time I had wonderful field recordings of insects I made on half-island of Crimea (Ukraine) and they fitted very well with the rest and also with my usual instruments: guitar, glockenspiel, mouth harmonica, auto-harp, Tibetan bowls and objects.

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released November 18, 2008

Piano, guitar, bells, glokenspiel, autoharp, drums, objects, field recordings, electronic by Andrey Kiritchenko

Played and recorded in Kharkiv / Ukraine 2007 - 2008

Drums by Jason Kahn tracks 3, 7, 8
Drums by Martin Brandlmayer track 4.
Thank you Jason Kahn, Martin Brandlmayer, Olga Indovina

Label SPEKK
Catalogue# KK017

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