Der unermüdliche Andy Moor .. Wenn ich hier all seine Projekte aufzählen würde, der Platz würde kaum reichen. Es ist schon der Wahnsinn was der Mann leistet !!!
Hier ein kraftvolles und hochenergetische Trio !
On April 21 Spanish label Repetidor released on vinyl and digital formats Duot & Andy Moors‘ new album ‚Food‚. It’s being performed by Albert Cirera (saxophone) and Ramon Prats (drums) with the guitar player Andy Moor from the legendary Dutch band, The Ex.
‚Food‘ is an exceptional record, which journalist Yahvé M. de la Cavada describes brilliantly:
„They’ve been a stalwart of the Spanish jazz scene for over a decade, nonstop. No safety net. It was a possibility and they did it. And Duot still continues: you’ve kept your own voice and demonstrated that in Spain you can concentrate on your career in free improvisation as well as constructing a discourse of your own.
Duot & Andy Moor – Food (al Jamboree) from Repetidor on Vimeo.
Now Duot joins Andy Moor, and they are no longer a duo. They are something else. Bigger, stronger, richer. It’s as if your music had always been a crossroads that someday had to converge to provide some different meaning. Moor is a universe unto himself, both with The Ex and with his dozens of projects and musical adventures, and his encounter with Duot is a controlled explosion of influences, lineups, and disparate ages; yet you resonate together in the same frequency, nonetheless.
This is a disc to be listened to with your eyes closed, insulating your consciousness so that nothing else can enter, and also so that nothing goes unnoticed: not a single note, nor sound, nor the faint echo of the last whisper at the end of each track. The music contained in Food is stunningly sincere. Cirera, Prats, and Moor speak the same language, their own, which is not that of Duot with a guest, but that of a trio. Though newly born, they express themselves as a singular force that, between them, brings decades of experience. Something seductive and magnificent has been captured here, and Duot now feels the overwhelming need to share it on those same terms (…).“
released April 21, 2017