Kip Hanrahan – Crescent Moon Waning (2018)

Kip Hanrahan - Crescent Moon Waning (2018)
Artist: Kip Hanrahan
Album: Crescent Moon Waning
Genre: World Fusion
Origin: USA
Released: 2018
Quality: mp3, 320 kbps
Tracklist:
She Can Measure The History Of Dreams 5:30
Lucia’s Young Night 2:00
Dancing With Sweetness, Tonight 4:32
Perfect Math, In A Model Bronx Childhood 2:23
Our Reflection In The Turbulent Heat (It’s Really You…) 1:27
Silvana Laughs At The Film Noir Shadows (For Silvana DeLuigi) 3:33
Andy Laughs At One Of The Few Golden Veins In Our Bronx Childhood (For Andy Gonzalez) 6:06
We Were Not Alone (Fernando Looks For Closure – But There’s Never Any…)(For Lou And Jack) 6:38
Name Us Light 2:34
Sometimes I Can Go For Nights, Forgetting 2:03
She And He Describe The Exact Same Intimate Moment 6:38
A Naked Woman, Comfortable (1- Giacomo And Kip, With The Clarity Of Lucy, Explain The Recording Techniques Of The Rekid) 0:30
A More Naked Man, Frightened (2 – Giacomo And Kip, With The Clarity Of Lucy, Explain The Recording Techniques Of The Rekid) 0:29
The Dusk Coming To A Moving Rest (3- Giacomo And Kip, With The Clarity Of Lucy, Explain The Recording Techniques Of The Rekid) 1:01
Somewhere In The Deepest Blue, There’s A Woman Who Knows… (Grayson’s Grasp Of The Light Of The Dreamless Moon, And Sings It Through The Next Take Of “She Can Measure The History Of Dreams”… ) A.K.A. Alternate Understanding / Take Of “She Can Measure The History Of Dreams…” 4:31
The Heat Changed The Colors Of My Eyes 1:37
The Night Finding It’s Form 1:54
Some Scottish Lullaby 0:43
In Olinda, She Calmly Explained The Use Of The Reflexive…. 3:48
All Us Working Class Boys 5:11

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The enigmatic producer-composer-percussionist Kip Hanrahan developed his own idiosyncratic style in New York during the ‘80s. Hanrahan’s new Crescent Moon Waning is another sensuous and intoxicating blend of jazz harmonies (bass is the place), Latin rhythms, and sexy poetics among more timely zones of nostalgia, anger and resolve. Hanrahan wrangles musicians like a casting director, and his editing process is equally complex. “Andy Laughs at One of the Few Golden Veins in Our Bronx Childhood (For Andy Gonzalez)” may say it all—or not—but don’t miss the late Jack Bruce leading a wild charge of congas and saxophones in the live “All of Us Working Class Boys.”
by Richard Gehr

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