Pure beauty centred around acoustic guitar and grand piano. Very calming music in the best sense! Plus a highly unforseeable cover of Deep Purple's Burn (btw, my favourite song of their Coverdale era)!
Favorite track: Dark.
Yagull's official debut for MoonJune Records, Kai, finds the band expanding its post-rock chamber soundtrack concept to great effect. The result is a simmering sonic bouillabaisse, chocked full of choice ingredients which delectably merge to blur the lines drawn by traditional genres -- delightfully teasing the palette, while appealing to an expansive range of music aficionados!The group delivers twelve songs on this joyous outing: eight brand new compositions; two tunes from Films, reworked and revisited; plus, two tastefully-revised classic rock covers. The tracks showcase Yagull's considerably potent stylistic capacity, making for a savory, finely-polished sophomore release.This new effort finds Yagull now launching itself from a duo framework -- with Sasha Markovic being joined by the extraordinary pianist, Kana Kamitsubo -- this most special of occasions is perfectly accentuated by a host of guest contributors; featuring fellow Moonjune international recording maestros, Beledo (guitar, lute), Dewa Budjana (guitar) and Marko Djordjevic (drums), and many other great musicians.
With “Kai,” Sasha, Kana & company have embarked on a majestic journey that will appeal to a broad range of listeners ... and carry them along for the ride!
released June 25, 2016
Sasha Markovic – guitar, bass, percussion
Kana Kamitsubo – piano
Marko Djordjevic – drums, percussion (8, 9, 11)
Beledo – classical guitar (11), lute (7), electric guitars, bass ( 11 )
Dewa Budjana – guitars (4)
Wen Chang – violin (2, 6, 11)
Gabriel Nat – clarinet, whistle (7)
Yoshiki Yamada – double bass (2, 4, 8)
Lori Reddy – flute (9, 11)
Anthony Mullin – guitar (6 - the last solo)
Jackson Kincheloe - harmonica (8)
Produced by Sasha Markovic
Executive production by Leonardo Pavkovic