This Is Not a Miracle Food
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- 1First Sorrow03:05
- 2Where Dry Desert Ends04:18
- 3This Is Not a Miracle04:08
- 4The Concept of Density02:55
- 5Sinking Gardens of Babylon04:22
- 6Death of Niger03:43
- 7Exposed to Frost03:27
- 8Earthly Carriage06:55
- 9Age of Innocence04:27
- 10The Grain Mill04:59
- 11Without the Laws05:07
Info for This Is Not a Miracle
The British/Norwegian Food duo of Iain Ballamy and Thomas Str nen are joined by Austrian guitarist and electronics player Christian Fennesz for a new album of powerful grooves, evocative textures and exploratory improvisation, sometimes hypnotically insistent, sometimes turbulent.
The project was recorded with engineer Ulf Holand (who has worked with David Bowie, Satyricon and Motorpsycho) and mixed together with Manfred Eicher the first time Eicher and Holand have collaborated since Nils Petter Molvaer's 'Khmer', almost 20 years ago. Thomas Str nen describes the sound of 'This Is Not A Miracle' as "heavier, dryer, connecting more with how we actually sound live".
Since its formation in 1998, Food has been a moveable feast, metamorphosing into diverse forms, sometimes quite drastically. The group began as a quartet but now comprises the duo of Ballamy and Str nen, intermittently joined by guests as here and on their previous two albums for ECM, 'Quiet Inlet' and 'Mercurial Balm'.
'This is not a miracle' is one of two ECM albums featuring music of Thomas Str nen issued close together. The other is 'Time is a blind guide', the debut recording of Str nen's acoustic ensemble of the same name. Iain Ballamy has also been busy in recent months touring with Quercus, his trio with pianist Huw Warren and the great British folk singer June Tabor, as well as with the reformed big band Loose Tubes.
Iain Ballamy, saxophones, electronics
Thomas Strønen, drums, electronics, percussion, Moog, Fender Rhodes
Christian Fennesz, guitar, electronics
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is highlighting the delicate balance between Ballamy’s melodic and lyrical playing and the electronic soundscapes and grooves from Strønen. Food plays as duo as well as with invited guests.
Food is curently working on a new record for ECM Records together with Christian Fennesz.
The studio recording will take Food to a new musical space, working with sound- master Ulf Holand (A- ha, Satyricon, David Bowie) and making more stuctured groove oriented compositions. The result will be out on both vinyl as well as cd and download.
Food is highlighting the delicate balance between Ballamy’s melodic and lyrical playing and the electronic soundscapes and grooves from Strønen.
Food plays as duo as well as with invited guests. Guests appearing with Food lately have been Christian Fennesz (AU), Nils Petter Molvær, Morten Quenild, Prakash Sontakke (In), Eivind Aarset and Jan Bang.