- Performer:Harris Eisenstadt September Trio
- Title:The Destructive Element
- Recording date:September 29, 2012 - September 30, 2012
- Recording location:Grande Auditorio, Portalegre, Portugal
- Size FLAC version1986 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1248 megabytes
- Size WMA version1616 megabytes
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Album · 2013 · 9 Songs. Here Are the Samurai (feat. Harris Eisenstadt, Ellery Eskelin & Angelica Sanchez). Released: 20 May 2013. 2013 Clean Feed Records.
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The second album of the trio founded by drummer and composer Harris Eisenstadt with Ellery Eskelin (tenor saxophone) and Angelica Sanchez (piano) is a climb of several steps towards brilliancy. And part of the reason resides in the fact that Eisenstadt enables his phantoms (his personal references) to float, like writer Joseph Conrad in the title-track, The Destructive Element, composer Arnold Schoenberg in the two parts of From Schoenberg, and film director Akira Kurosawa in Here Are the Samurai .
Harris Eisenstadt: September Trio by Glenn Astarita, published on August 23, 2011. The trio generates a lightly buoyant plot that may emanate from an inspirational fact or idea, with Eisenstadt dancing and darting across the kit to accentuate Eskelin's yearning notes amid a spirited discussion. September 1" is an impressionistic piece, funneled through the looking glass of art. Personnel: Harris Eisenstadt: drums, compositions; Ellery Eskelin: tenor saxophone; Angelica Sanchez: piano. Title: September Trio Year Released: 2011 Record Label: Clean Feed Records.
The trio of bassist Torsten Muller, drummer Harris Eisenstadt and trombonist Paul Rutherford performing live at The Center for Contemporary Art in Sante F. Harris Eisenstadt-drumset. Paul Rutherford-trombone. The formation was documented on a double album from Incus, later reissued with much bonus material on the 3-CD set Chapter One (Emanem, 2000). A film soundtrack was separately released as Buzz Soundtrack.
CreditsJoseph Conrad - Quotation Author
Harris Eisenstadt - Composer, Drums, Producer
Ellery Eskelin - Sax (Tenor)
Harris Eisenstadt September Trio - Primary Artist
Ziga Koritnik - Photography
João P. Miranda - Engineer, Mastering, Mixing
Angelica Sanchez - Piano
|1||Swimming, then Rained Out Harris Eisenstadt||Harris Eisenstadt September Trio||4:23|
|2||Additives Harris Eisenstadt||Harris Eisenstadt September Trio||6:20|
|3||From Schoenberg, Pt. 1 Harris Eisenstadt||Harris Eisenstadt September Trio||7:41|
|4||Back and Forth Harris Eisenstadt||Harris Eisenstadt September Trio||7:01|
|5||Ordinary Weirdness Harris Eisenstadt||Harris Eisenstadt September Trio||6:19|
|6||The Destructive Element Harris Eisenstadt||Harris Eisenstadt September Trio||2:36|
|7||Cascadia Harris Eisenstadt||Harris Eisenstadt September Trio||6:47|
|8||From Schoenberg, Pt. 2 Harris Eisenstadt||Harris Eisenstadt September Trio||4:23|
|9||Here Are the Samurai Harris Eisenstadt||Harris Eisenstadt September Trio||4:01|