Guitarist Reiner Voet returns to NativeDSD with Images, a new album from Sound Liaison. Images features the Reinier Voet Quartet which includes Voet on Guitar with Jelle van Tongerem on Violin, Mischa Kool on Double Bass and Harold Berghuis on Rhythm Guitar.
The album follows the earlier release Ballad For The Night, a 2019 Album of the Year at NativeDSD with Reiner Voet and Pigalle44 – also available in Stereo DSD (up to DSD 512) and DXD at NativeDSD.Com
Reinier Voet says “Sometimes your mind works as if it’s a camera, you see something and the image stays with you. The music on this album was inspired by images left behind in my mind. When I sit down to compose or arrange a piece of music, often an image appears and somehow helps me in the process, making sure that the purpose of the notes is to capture and convey a feeling.
The basic idea for a composition often comes to me when I am feeling relaxed and having no pressure from the outside world. I start improvising on my guitar and while doing so I keep my ear open for small motifs and melodic ideas as they appear.
The next stage is harder, this is when the actual composing starts, giving the ideas a structure and comprehensible form while trying to keep the freshness of the initial idea.”
Reinier Voet – Solo Guitar
Jelle van Tongeren – Violin
Mischa Kool – Double Bass
Harold Berghuis – Rhythm Guitar
TracklistPlease note that the below previews are loaded as 44.1 kHz / 16 bit.
Total time: 00:48:56
|Analog to Digital Converter
Horus, Merging Technologies at DXD (352.8 kHz)
Frans de Rond (DXD), Tom Caulfield (DXD to DSD Transfers)
Horus, Merging Technologies
Main system: Josephson C700S, DPA 4006 (2x) Reinier (guitar amp): Josephson C700A Jelle (violin): Josephson C715 Misha (bass): C700A Harold (rhythm guitar): Josephson C700A
HiFiMan HE1000se & Sennheiser HD800S
|Original Recording Format
Frans de Rond
Dutch Music Center of Broadcasters (MCO), Studio 2 in Hilversum, The Netherlands on November 4, 2021
TAD Compact Evolution
|June 17, 2022
This album is everything I look for in a live jazz album: spontaneous, explorative, complex, occasionally playful, and supremely well recorded. There is nice depth to the interactions of the musicians—nothing superficial, but still engagingly fresh. It is one of those albums that you start playing and don’t want to stop. Plus, I find myself always trying to look around the corner to see where they will be taking me next.
This Album entrances me and I recommend that everyone take time to listen to it.
But be warned! Once you start, you can’t stop listening, because if you close your eyes and sit well in relation to your speakers, you will experience a beautiful concert right in front of you.
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