Patrick Brennan / Sudani - Sudani flac mp3
Brennan offers a unique Gnawan world music fusion where his Ornette Coleman-like alto sax is juxtaposed against percussive beats and melodic strains by village musicians from Morocco. Trap drummer Nirankar Khalsa and guinbri player M'allim Najib Sudani comprise the core group, supplemented by qarqabeb alists Bujmaa and M'barek Sudani, Larbi Faud, Yassine Lekuni, and rhythm oudist Tola Cohia Brennan. The result is a distinctly jazz oriented, at times swinging, but mostly deeply spiritual mix of fiery music that must be heard to be fully appreciated.
Patrick Brennan: Sudani by Rex Butters, published on January 15, 2005. Blowing in like a hot dry desert wind, Sudani takes you aboard a Moroccan caravansari whose cargo includes soulful New York free alto sax and Mississippi blues. The Sudanis-Njib, Bujmaa, and M'barek-provide the Gnawa, playing hand drums and the guinbri, a low pitched string instrument. Their music provides soundtrack for an ancient night long ecstatic ritual, and jazz musicians from Pharoah Sanders to Maceo Parker have sought to jam with other musicians in the lineage.
Alto Saxophone – Patrick Brennan. Castanets, Vocals – M'Barek Sudani. Castanets, Vocals, Drum – Bujmaa Sudani. Drums, Vocals, Flute – Nirankar Khalsa. Guimbri, Vocals, Drum – M'Allim Najib Sudani. Liner Notes – Tim Fuson.
Patrick Brennan, alto saxophone; Najib Soudani, Guinbri, Vocals, Tabal; Nirankar Khalsa, drums, bamboo flute, vocals; Bujmaa Soudani, vocals, qaraqeb, tabal; M'barek Soudani, vocals, qaraqeb. Sudani by Rex Butters.
Jazz goes to Morocco or vice versa on Sudani’s self-titled album. The raw-sounding sessions, recorded live to DAT in villages outside of Essaouira, freely blend the hypnotic sway of Gnawan music with the jazz codification of Patrick Brennan’s alto sax and Nirankar Khalsa’s loose, swinging energy. The underlying cultural logic is that both musics stem from African bases of radically different sorts, but from a purely musical point of view, they meet on a common ground of improvisatory abandon.
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Tasa; Night Ark; Patrick Brennan & Sudani; Nass Marakech. In: JazzTimes: America's Jazz Magazine, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 143-144. View it in the Music Periodicals Database.
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Title: Sudani from Nigeria (2018).
|1||Marhaba Ya Marhaba||Patrick Brennan / Sudani feat: Brennan||14:20|
|2||In the Tagine...||Patrick Brennan / Sudani feat: Brennan||4:37|
|3||Timarmalia Blues||Patrick Brennan / Sudani feat: Brennan||5:44|
|4||...Greasin||Patrick Brennan / Sudani feat: Brennan||3:25|
|5||T'Bal'n'tumble||Patrick Brennan / Sudani feat: Brennan||6:19|
|6||Around Sidi Hammu||Patrick Brennan / Sudani feat: Brennan||8:25|
|7||The Wind and Najib||Patrick Brennan / Sudani feat: Brennan||2:52|
|8||...With Ma'abud Allah||Patrick Brennan / Sudani feat: Brennan||5:58|
CreditsBrennan - Primary Artist
Patrick Brennan - Primary Artist, Producer, Sax (Alto)
William Hohauser - Graphic Coordinator
Gene Perla - Mastering
Sudani - Primary Artist