This Is Not A Miracle (CD, Album). ECM Records, ECM Records.
Whatever poetry This is not a miracle might inspire, it is, as the title implies, a practically molded object. The band has since taken these constructions as cohesive compositions, performing them as such in live concerts. But their democratic foundation remains audibly intact, and is perhaps the greatest force keeping them from being sucked into the black hole of countless other albums vying for your attention. This one tugs as the moon does the ocean, leaving shores refreshed and glistening beneath its light.
Food (established 1998) is an experimental jazz band initiated by British woodwind t Iain Ballamy and Norwegian percussionist Thomas Strønen after a coincidental meeting first in Trondheim, Norway and later in Molde in 1997 Food is highlighting the delicate balance between Ballamy’s melodic and lyrical playing and the electronic soundscapes and grooves from Strønen. They play as duo, as well as with invited guests, such as on the second album, Organic and GM Food. Christian Fennesz, Eivind Aarset, Prakash Sontakke & Nils Petter Molvær. 2015: This Is Not a Miracle (ECM), feat.
Food - This Is Not A Miracle (2015) FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz Time - 47:31 minutes 967 MB Studio Master, Official Digital Download Artwork: Digital booklet The British/Norwegian Food duo of Iain Ballamy and Thomas Strønen are joined again 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 . They craft something more akin to "songs," though improvisation remains. The basic recordings for This Is Not a Miracle were done in the summer of 2013.
THIS IS NOT A MIRACLE by FOOD. Food has altered its recipe again, and the results are delicious. This is not a miracle. The British/Norwegian Food duo of Iain Ballamy and Thomas Strønen are joined again 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.
fip. Popular Songs of Artist/Band. Food - Exposed to Frost. Food - Where Dry Desert Ends. Food - Age of Innocence. Food - This Is Not a Miracle.
The Miracle’ is the third track to Queen’s The Miracle album, released in 1989. It also gives the album it’s name. The album was recorded during guitarist Brian May’s marital issues, and is also the first album produced following frontman Freddie Mercury’s diagnosis confirming he was AIDS positive in 1987. The idea for the song came from Mercury and bassist John Deacon, who wrote the basic chord structure for the song.
|2||Where Dry Desert Ends||4:18|
|3||This Is Not A Miracle||4:08|
|4||The Concept Of Density||2:55|
|5||Sinking Gardens Of Babylon||4:22|
|6||Death Of Niger||3:43|
|7||Exposed To Frost||3:27|
|9||Age Of Innocence||4:27|
|10||The Grain Mill||4:59|
|11||Without The Laws||5:07|
|ECM 2417, 473 9039||Food||This Is Not A Miracle (CD-ROM, Album, Promo)||ECM Records, ECM Records||ECM 2417, 473 9039||Germany||2015|