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Burn

Lisa Gerrard & Jules Maxwell

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Over a four-decade career, vocalist, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Lisa Gerrard has worked with an astonishing range of collaborators, from film composers Hans Zimmer, Ennio Morricone, and Zbigniew Preisner to producer/musicians including Klaus Schulze, Patrick Cassidy, and master percussionist David Kuckhermann. Her work with keyboardist and composer Jules Maxwell dates back to 2015, when he joined Dead Can Dance as keyboardist for their reunion tour. In 2015, Maxwell was also recruited to provide original music for women's choir Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares and asked Gerrard to collaborate with him. They composed and recorded numerous songs for the project, and their leftovers became the raw source material for Burn. Maxwell also recruited producer James Chapman (aka Maps) because of his expertise with electronic soundscapes and rhythms. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the trio worked in separate countries: Gerrard in Australia, Maxwell in England, and Chapman in France. Burn comprises seven emotionally resonant compositions that weave drama, dynamics, lush textures, and musical discovery into a sumptuous whole. Opener "Heleali" commences with droning keyboards, sampled strings, and seemingly breathing whooshes of electronic sound. Gerrard's iconic, wordless vocals rise with benevolence atop her gauzy, mysterious backing before a drum kit and electric guitars majestically crash in. "Noyalain" weds staggered, primal chants from Gerrard and Maxwell atop roiling percussion, ambient washes, and ever-encroaching layers of echo and reverb. Piano and cymbals introduce strings, drum loops; the more formal instrumental architecture adds cinematic flair. "Deshta" could easily be a DCD number. The relationship between Gerrard's operatic vocal approach, layered electronics, and rhythm tracks is gothic and otherworldly. "Aldavyeem" is actually danceable. Its piano vamp frames an undulating electronic pulse as Gerrard's delivery moves between a cooing, seductive croon and throaty passion. "Orion" sounds influenced by Gerrard's profound 2018 performance of Henryk Gorecki's Symphony of Sorrowful Songs with Yordan Kamdzhalov's Genesis Orchestra and the Music Laboratory of the Man ensemble and choir. Though it transcends classical notions with forceful, hooky electronic and rock rhythms, Gerrard's singing illustrates the tension between flesh, spirit, and the eternal. "Keson" offers Gerrard's layered call-and response vocals amid bountiful reverb and droning keys before gated loops and beats buoy her dolorous contralto as it reaches for the ether. Closer "Do Yo Sol" commences as a folk song. Gerrard's alto meets waves of kalimba, plucked electric guitars, organ, and drums in a hypnotically melodic round; it expands dynamically and texturally around a circular motif before ascending in rhythmic waves while her vocal governs it all. Burn is less "orderly" than some of Gerrard's collaborations. Maxwell and Chapman coaxed more unrestricted emotion from her; she goes deep by directly embodying her accompaniment even as she goes wide in soaring above it. The end result is as spiritually, sensually, and emotionally enveloping as it is captivating.
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1
Heleali (The Sea Will Rise)
00:05:48

Simon Gibson, MasteringEngineer - Lisa Gerrard, Composer, MainArtist - James Chapman, Producer - James Orr, ArtistVocalEngineer - Jules Maxwell, Composer, MainArtist - James Chapmann, Composer, StudioProducer

(C) 2021 Lisa Gerrard, Jules Maxwell & James Chapman. Under exclusive license to Schubert Music Europe GmbH / Atlantic Curve (P) 2021 Lisa Gerrard, Jules Maxwell & James Chapman. Under exclusive license to Schubert Music Europe GmbH / Atlantic Curve

2
Noyalain (Burn)
00:04:12

Simon Gibson, MasteringEngineer - Lisa Gerrard, Composer, MainArtist - James Chapman, Producer - James Orr, ArtistVocalEngineer - Jules Maxwell, Composer, MainArtist - James Chapmann, Composer, StudioProducer

(C) 2021 Lisa Gerrard, Jules Maxwell & James Chapman. Under exclusive license to Schubert Music Europe GmbH / Atlantic Curve (P) 2021 Lisa Gerrard, Jules Maxwell & James Chapman. Under exclusive license to Schubert Music Europe GmbH / Atlantic Curve

3
Deshta (Forever)
00:05:13

Simon Gibson, MasteringEngineer - Lisa Gerrard, Composer, MainArtist - James Chapman, Producer - James Orr, ArtistVocalEngineer - Jules Maxwell, Composer, MainArtist - James Chapmann, Composer, StudioProducer

(C) 2021 Lisa Gerrard, Jules Maxwell & James Chapman. Under exclusive license to Schubert Music Europe GmbH / Atlantic Curve (P) 2021 Lisa Gerrard, Jules Maxwell & James Chapman. Under exclusive license to Schubert Music Europe GmbH / Atlantic Curve

4
Aldavyeem (A Time To Dance)
00:04:36

Simon Gibson, MasteringEngineer - Lisa Gerrard, Composer, MainArtist - James Chapman, Producer - David Kuckhermann, Composer - James Orr, ArtistVocalEngineer - Jules Maxwell, Composer, MainArtist - James Chapmann, Composer, StudioProducer

(C) 2021 Lisa Gerrard, Jules Maxwell & James Chapman. Under exclusive license to Schubert Music Europe GmbH / Atlantic Curve (P) 2021 Lisa Gerrard, Jules Maxwell & James Chapman. Under exclusive license to Schubert Music Europe GmbH / Atlantic Curve

5
Orion (The Weary Huntsman)
00:06:11

Simon Gibson, MasteringEngineer - Lisa Gerrard, Composer, MainArtist - James Chapman, Producer - James Orr, ArtistVocalEngineer - Jules Maxwell, Composer, MainArtist - James Chapmann, Composer, StudioProducer

(C) 2021 Lisa Gerrard, Jules Maxwell & James Chapman. Under exclusive license to Schubert Music Europe GmbH / Atlantic Curve (P) 2021 Lisa Gerrard, Jules Maxwell & James Chapman. Under exclusive license to Schubert Music Europe GmbH / Atlantic Curve

6
Keson (Until My Strength Returns)
00:04:40

Simon Gibson, MasteringEngineer - Lisa Gerrard, Composer, MainArtist - James Chapman, Producer - James Orr, ArtistVocalEngineer - Jules Maxwell, Composer, MainArtist - James Chapmann, Composer, StudioProducer

(C) 2021 Lisa Gerrard, Jules Maxwell & James Chapman. Under exclusive license to Schubert Music Europe GmbH / Atlantic Curve (P) 2021 Lisa Gerrard, Jules Maxwell & James Chapman. Under exclusive license to Schubert Music Europe GmbH / Atlantic Curve

7
Do So Yol (Gather The Wind)
00:04:29

Simon Gibson, MasteringEngineer - Lisa Gerrard, Composer, MainArtist - James Chapman, Producer - James Orr, ArtistVocalEngineer - Jules Maxwell, Composer, MainArtist - James Chapmann, Composer, StudioProducer

(C) 2021 Lisa Gerrard, Jules Maxwell & James Chapman. Under exclusive license to Schubert Music Europe GmbH / Atlantic Curve (P) 2021 Lisa Gerrard, Jules Maxwell & James Chapman. Under exclusive license to Schubert Music Europe GmbH / Atlantic Curve

Descriptif de l'album

Over a four-decade career, vocalist, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Lisa Gerrard has worked with an astonishing range of collaborators, from film composers Hans Zimmer, Ennio Morricone, and Zbigniew Preisner to producer/musicians including Klaus Schulze, Patrick Cassidy, and master percussionist David Kuckhermann. Her work with keyboardist and composer Jules Maxwell dates back to 2015, when he joined Dead Can Dance as keyboardist for their reunion tour. In 2015, Maxwell was also recruited to provide original music for women's choir Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares and asked Gerrard to collaborate with him. They composed and recorded numerous songs for the project, and their leftovers became the raw source material for Burn. Maxwell also recruited producer James Chapman (aka Maps) because of his expertise with electronic soundscapes and rhythms. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the trio worked in separate countries: Gerrard in Australia, Maxwell in England, and Chapman in France. Burn comprises seven emotionally resonant compositions that weave drama, dynamics, lush textures, and musical discovery into a sumptuous whole. Opener "Heleali" commences with droning keyboards, sampled strings, and seemingly breathing whooshes of electronic sound. Gerrard's iconic, wordless vocals rise with benevolence atop her gauzy, mysterious backing before a drum kit and electric guitars majestically crash in. "Noyalain" weds staggered, primal chants from Gerrard and Maxwell atop roiling percussion, ambient washes, and ever-encroaching layers of echo and reverb. Piano and cymbals introduce strings, drum loops; the more formal instrumental architecture adds cinematic flair. "Deshta" could easily be a DCD number. The relationship between Gerrard's operatic vocal approach, layered electronics, and rhythm tracks is gothic and otherworldly. "Aldavyeem" is actually danceable. Its piano vamp frames an undulating electronic pulse as Gerrard's delivery moves between a cooing, seductive croon and throaty passion. "Orion" sounds influenced by Gerrard's profound 2018 performance of Henryk Gorecki's Symphony of Sorrowful Songs with Yordan Kamdzhalov's Genesis Orchestra and the Music Laboratory of the Man ensemble and choir. Though it transcends classical notions with forceful, hooky electronic and rock rhythms, Gerrard's singing illustrates the tension between flesh, spirit, and the eternal. "Keson" offers Gerrard's layered call-and response vocals amid bountiful reverb and droning keys before gated loops and beats buoy her dolorous contralto as it reaches for the ether. Closer "Do Yo Sol" commences as a folk song. Gerrard's alto meets waves of kalimba, plucked electric guitars, organ, and drums in a hypnotically melodic round; it expands dynamically and texturally around a circular motif before ascending in rhythmic waves while her vocal governs it all. Burn is less "orderly" than some of Gerrard's collaborations. Maxwell and Chapman coaxed more unrestricted emotion from her; she goes deep by directly embodying her accompaniment even as she goes wide in soaring above it. The end result is as spiritually, sensually, and emotionally enveloping as it is captivating.
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

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