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  • Audio CD (8. Juli 2004)
  • Anzahl Disks/Tonträger: 1
  • Label: Bardo (Soulfood)
  • ASIN: B000031WQZ
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Hellborg shows some obscure folk influences on a polarizing, but brilliant album 13. Oktober 2015
Von Nobody important - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
How did this one slip through the cracks for so long with me? I've been listening to Hellborg for a long time, now, and I first heard this album more than a decade ago. It just didn't click with me until recently, even though the obvious points of comparison have also been on my radar for a long time.

So, Hellborg and Lane. As the other reviews have already pointed out, the restrained, acoustic sounds of this album are at stark contrast with the rip-roaring fusion of their other collaborations. What most listeners might not notice, though, is the folk roots of the album. Two names in particular come to mind: Sandy Bull, and Davy Graham. Sandy Bull was one of those 60's acoustic pickers sometimes lumped in with John Fahey and Leo Kottke, even though he had little in common with them. His palette was far more eclectic, and his albums tended to have a 20-minute-or-so improvisation with "Blend" in the title. These "blends" combined Middle Eastern and North African sounds with classical and jazz elements, frequently with none other than Billy Higgins himself on drums. Yes, Ornette Coleman's drummer. Sometimes Bull would play acoustic, sometimes electric, and he also was quite proficient with the oud. Most of this album sounds like a Sandy Bull "blend," but with acoustic bass guitar in the mix. Fans of this album really need to check out Sandy Bull. The licks are nearly as flashy, but absolute guarantee-- Hellborg was listening to Sandy Bull.

Then there's Davy Graham. You probably don't know him, but you know his indirect progeny. Jimmy Page's favorite guitarist: Bert Jansch. Bert Jansch's idol: fellow British folk guitarist Davy Graham. Graham traveled around a lot, and began incorporating Indian, Middle Eastern and north African sounds into his jazz/blues mix. Sound familiar? He was still more in the British folk tradition than anything else, so if you are basically a jazz/rock/fusion fan, Graham might not be your thing, unless you want to know where Richard Thompson, Pentangle and those types of people got their influence. But, I wonder whether or not Hellborg had been listening to Graham.

One way or another, this is a brilliant album, combining Middle Eastern and North African sounds with jazz in a dark, moody and tensely quiet set of improvisations. And every once in a while, Hellborg and Lane cut loose, just for a brief release before resetting the mood. Great stuff. And check out Sandy Bull's "blends."
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5.0 von 5 Sternen zen indeed! 17. Mai 2007
Von Trottin'-Butterz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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first off,if you want balls-out guitar theatrics looks elsewhere because this performance was all about subtle intricasies.some will become bored with zenhouse because the music lives in a place where time,volume,and voice have an unprecedented ebb and flow:it can seem long on one occassion,short the next,and what you think is repetitive droning actually has minute differences in texture,etc.this album is for people who like to look at shawn lane and hellborg's playing under the microscope because it demands a trained ear to catch every breeze of wind that takes them from one section to the next.i think i read that shawn never plays fast on the entire thing,but that person must've only listened to the first couple tracks before giving up because towards the end of the story shawn blazes up the frets with his usually intricate speed,but with a soft touch--like he has cotton balls on his fingers.i'd say give this one a try if don't have an attention disorder and can chill for an hour.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Shawn Lane is awesome! 7. März 2013
Von Robert E. Wojie - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
In the style of McLaughlin, with obvious Eastern musical influences, this CD delivers a beautiful snapshot of a special performance; the musicianship is top-notch, and the compositions are well rendered; Overall, a most enjoyable listen.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen The End... 4. Februar 2011
Von D.R.S. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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When I first learned of this remarkable duo, it was from an issue of Guitar Player magzine. Thier mind blowing dvd "Paris" was featured as a must have for all guitar players. As a huge fan of John McLaughlin's Shakti, I was immediately smitten by it and began looking for other collaborations from Hellborg/Lane. The cd's "Good People in Evil Times" and "Transcontinental Icon" were just as rewarding as the dvd. I also loved "Kali's Son" as well even though it was recorded after Shawn's untimely death. These releases all had one commune thread, V. Selvaganesh on Kanjeer. I believe that it was his unrelenting and driving south-Indian polyrythmic playing that inspired the two fret-board wizards to new heights.Unfortunately Selvaganesh is not on "Zen House".So for the better part of an hour, some guy, named for an apartment, tries invain, to inject some percussion and movement into the pieces. Don't get me wrong, I like ambient music and it deserves more listens but it won't make it into the car's cd player. I know it's an earlier release then the afore mentioned cd's but the magic just didn't happen that night. There's no movement until the last 6 - 7 minutes when Shawn tries to salvage the evening. My contemporaries will understand when I say that for almost an hour, I expected to hear Jim Morrison lament "This is the end..." D.R.S.
5.0 von 5 Sternen I have listened to this album several times and am amazed. You need to have a capacity to understand ... 3. Januar 2017
Von Ed Luhrs - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is world-class musicianship. I have listened to this album several times and am amazed. You need to have a capacity to understand how music slowly builds to appreciate this. Be willing to listen in a meditative or contemplative state that works with the music as it unfolds. It helps to have an appreciation of Indian raga, but the album stands on its own as a work of art.
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