Vinny Golia / Ken Filiano: Elongation (PFMCD098/NWCD0296)

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Vinny Golia and Ken Filiano
Elongation
\(ˌ)ē-ˌlȯŋ-ˈgā-shən\

Vinny Golia: Djura Gaida, Saxello, Sopranino and Tenor Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Turkish Ney and Kaval

Ken Filiano: Contrabass and Electronics

1. Prologue :44
2. Elongation, section A 5:40
3. Elongation, section B 1:58
4. Written in H2O (K.Filiano) 10:30
5. Elongation, section C 7:38
6. Your final Phone call arrives for Victoria Galli (V. Golia) 5:24
7. Elongation, section D 3:16
8. Elongation, section E 2:47
9. Siri (K.Filiano) 11:01
10. Elongation, section F 7:23
11. Epilogue 6:09

Recorded by John Baffa • May 19, 2009
Roy O. Disney Hall, California Institute of the Arts • Valencia, California

Mixed by John Baffa and Vinny Golia • June 2009
TV Tray Studios • Simi Valley, California

All compositions and arrangements by Vinny Golia and Ken Filiano except where credited

Your final Phone call arrives for Victoria Galli
©2009 Ninewinds (BMI)

Siri and Written in H2O
©2009 Flizmo Music (BMI)

Art and layout by Jeff Kaiser

A joint release of pfMENTUM and Ninewinds

pfMENTUM CD098
PFMCD098

Ninewinds CD0296
NWCD0296

Prologue

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“Prologue” from Elongation by Vinny Golia and Ken Filiano. Released: 2016. Track 1 of 11.

Elongation, section A

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“Elongation, section A” from Elongation by Vinny Golia and Ken Filiano. Track 2 of 11.

Bonnie Barnett Group: In Between Dreams (PFMCD063)

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Bonnie Barnett Group: In Between Dreams

1. Badinage 4:00
2. Matisse* 8:24
(verbatim text: Gertrude Stein)
3. In Between Dreams 5:21
4. Primordial 8:18
5. Nothingness† 10:27
(verbatim text: Jean-Paul Sartre)
6. Set In Stone 4:14
7. Shambala 8:01

TOTAL TIME: 49:15

Bonnie Barnett: vocals
Richard Wood: alto sax, flute, bass clarinet
Hal Onserud: bass
Garth Powell: percussion

All music FMZ Music Co. (BMI) All rights reserved.
All music © pfMentum
For more information: www.pfmentum.com

Bonnie Barnett is an improviser of unusual clarity. A cornerstone of the Los Angeles New Music scene, and the composer of the TUNNEL HUMs, Barnett has mightily contributed to the worlds of contemporary classical music and improvisation and is one of Los Angeles’ hidden treasures. Barnett’s impressive array of vocal extensions creates a personal world of sonic texture that is unrivaled. Barnett’s new CD finds her using texts, tone, and timbre in a stunning display of virtuosity that sends the listener towards worlds of subterranean as well as ethereal delights.

Vinny Golia–Los Angeles CA.–4/22/2011

Recorded (7/10) and mixed (9/10-2/11) by Scott Fraser at Architecture, Los Angeles
Mastered (2/11) by Wayne Peet at Newzone Studio, Los Angeles
*2. Matisse – text: Gertrude Stein’s portrait of the artist Henri Matisse. Permission granted by the Estate of Gertrude Stein, through its Literary Executor, Mr. Stanford Gann, Jr. of Levin & Gann, P.A.
†5. Nothingness – text: “The Origin of Negation”, excerpt from Jean-Paul Sartre’s Essay On Nothingness, courtesy of Philosophical Library, Inc.
Painting on cover: “In Principio”, acrylic on wood panels, by Peter Veblen Van Fleet, 2010.
Photos of the musicians: © Steve De Groodt 2011. All rights reserved.
Design: Ted Killian
© Bonnie Barnett 2011. All rights reserved.
All music FMZ Music Co. (BMI)

BONNIE BARNETT, vocalist, composer and improviser, resides in Los Angeles. She appears on two DICE compilations and has three releases on Nine Winds, including the 2006 “Trio For Two”, a duo with bassist Ken Filiano. She has been exploring the texts of Gertrude Stein, Jean-Paul Sartre and others, and also delights in improvising faux text.

RICHARD WOOD, alto sax, flute and bass clarinet, resides in Los Angeles. Founding member of The And Now Ensemble, he continues to amaze southern California audiences with his intense, yet zany, performances. He has a new CD, “Not Far From Here”, for quintet and septet, which will be released this year on pfMentum.

HAL ONSERUD, bass, currently resides in Santa Barbara. A long-time player on the New York scene, his improvising collaborators include Cecil Taylor, William Parker, Bill Dixon, Vinny Golia, Jackson Krall and many others.

GARTH POWELL, percussionist extraordinaire, resides in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has releases out on Rastascan, Roadcone, Nine Winds, Evander, Beak Doctor and Leo, and has recorded with, among others, Jaap Blonk, John Butcher, Nels Cline, Peter Kowald, Bert Turetsky, Saadet Turkos and the London Improvisors Orchestra.

pfMENTUM CD063

PFMCD063