No Shube Doobie Please! is a Pure DSD 256 Avant Garde Jazz recording from Hunnia Records. Recorded at Supersize Recording it features Dzsindzsa, a Jazz, Free Jazz, Ethno Jazz and Free Music Trio with Gabor Weisz, Erno Hock and Hunor G. Szabo. The album also features special guest musician on Mateusz Rybicki Clarinet and Tenor Saxophone.
The trio tells us “The 16-year-old Dzsindzsa band was named after the word “dzsindzsa” which means a bushy, swampy place. In our music, we display genuine rawness inspired by the black music of the 60s, jazz, to which other musical elements have been added over the years: e.g. folk music, raw funk elements.
Fulfilling our long-standing dream of adding the sound of the clarinet, an extremely versatile yet undeservedly neglected instrument in jazz circles, to our trio line-up (saxophone, bass, drums), we pursued an opportunity to make a record with Polish avantgarde clarinetist, Mateusz Rybicki.
The result of this collaboration is this album named No Shube Doobie Please!. This eloquent title symbolizes the work process as well as the musical material itself, the lack of equivocation, referring to the sound, the liveliness of the encounter.
We were curious to see how our music worked with the guest musician, what the sound was going to be like. We let each other unfold, preserving the unique raggedness that forms naturally during these encounters. We did not polish, we did not refine afterwards, we thrived in the truth and authenticity of our sound.”
The album is available in its recorded Stereo Pure DSD 256 bit rate as well as in Stereo DSD 512, DSD 128 and DSD 64 exclusively at NativeDSD Music. This is a DSD Exclusive, Not Available on SACD release.
Hunor G. Szabo – Drums
Gabor Weisz – Saxophones
Erno Hock – Double Bass
Special Guest Musician
Mateusz Rybicki – Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Total time: 00:53:49
|Original Recording Format|
Supersize Recording in Torokbalint, Hungary on August 24-25, 2021
Special Thanks to Polish Institute Budapest & Wojtek Kriston, Robert Hunka, Dexter and Gabor Halasz
|Release Date||February 11, 2022|
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