Peter Golub Countdown to Zero
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- Released: August 17, 2010
- Originally Released: 2010
- Label: Lakeshore Records
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|Directed by||Lucy Walker|
|Screenwriting by||Lucy Walker|
|Composition by||Peter Golub|
|Director of Photography:||Robert Chappell, Nick Higgins, Bryan Donnell & Gary Clarke|
|Hosted by||Valerie Plame Wilson, Rolf Mowatt-Larssen, Lawrence Scott Sheets, Zia Mian, Pervez Musharraf, Mike Chinoy, Alexander Glaser, Matthew Bunn, Graham Allison, Pervez Hoodbhoy, Tony Blair, Andrew Koch, Ahmed Rashid, Joe Cirincione, Jeffrey Lewis, Bruce Blair, Roger Molander, Jimmy Carter, Mikhail Gorbachev, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Ira Helfand, Frank Vonhippel, R. Scott Kemp, Robert S. McNamara, Richard Cizik, F.W. deKlerk, Thomas d'Agostino, Richard Burt & James Baker, III|
CMJ - 4/17/00, p.18"...Hearkens back to the days when tango was played in brothels and bars, which is exactly what Piazzolla intended."
- $0.99 on iTunes1.Cities
- $0.99 on iTunes2.Electronic Backdoor
- $0.99 on iTunes3.Splitting the Atom
- $0.99 on iTunes4.Ship to Us
- $0.99 on iTunes5.Bomb Making
- $0.99 on iTunes6.Kitty Litter
- $0.99 on iTunes7.Until Seized
- $0.99 on iTunes8.A Rising Moon
- $0.99 on iTunes9.A Q Khan
- $0.99 on iTunes10.Algeria
- $0.99 on iTunes11.Ways
- $0.99 on iTunes12.Oleg's Story
- $0.99 on iTunes13.Launch Timeline
- $0.99 on iTunes14.Proliferation
- $0.99 on iTunes15.Reykjavik
- $0.99 on iTunes16.Missile Launch
- $0.99 on iTunes17.No Such Hope
- $0.99 on iTunes18.Scary Proliferation
- $0.99 on iTunes19.Aftermath
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Personnel: Astor Piazzolla (bandoneon); Rodolfo Alchourron (electric guitar); Fernando Suarez Paz (violin); Paquito D'Rivera (clarinet, alto saxophone); Pablo Zinger (piano); Andy Gonzalez (bass).
Engineers: Don Hunerberg, David Baker, Roger Moutenot.
Recorded at Radio City Studio, A&R Studio and Sorcerer Studio, New York, New York in August and September 1987. Includes liner notes by Fernando Gonzalez and Kip Hanrahan.
The follow-up to Astor Piazzolla's 1986 masterpiece TANGO: ZERO HOUR, THE ROUGH DANCER AND THE CYCLICAL NIGHT ranks alongside its predecessor as one of Piazzolla's finest achievements. With help from his proficient band (comprised of violin, piano, bass, and electric guitar), guest Paquito D'Rivera on alto sax and clarinet, and producer Kip Hanrahan (who helped craft TANGO: ZERO HOUR's soundscapes), Piazolla turns in another superior avant-tango outing.
THE ROUGH DANCER is somewhat different in feel than its precursor. As Piazzolla puts it in the liner notes, TANGO: ZERO HOUR "needed the clarity of a vision; this record need the darkness of a nostalgic dream. It's music meant to be played by half-drunk musicians in a bordello." There is, in fact, a strain of looseness and fun here, though the whole is still shot through with the lonely and bittersweet sound of Piazzolla's bandoneon. The compositions are among the master's best (and were used, incidentally, as part of TANGO APASIONADO, a stage production about the history of tango). Overall, this is an excellent album, and an essential purchase for Piazzolla fans.
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