Over That Road I'm Bound Joachim Cooder

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Album Veröffentlichung:
2020

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
01.10.2020

Label: Nonesuch

Genre: Songwriter

Subgenre: Folk Rock

Interpret: Joachim Cooder

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  • 1Over That Road I'm Bound To Go03:44
  • 2When Ruben Comes To Town02:36
  • 3Come Along Buddy04:38
  • 4Oh Lovin' Babe03:07
  • 5Tell Her To Come Back Home03:44
  • 6Backwater Blues03:42
  • 7Rabbit In The Pea Patch02:54
  • 8Morning Blues03:40
  • 9All In Down And Out03:00
  • 10Heartaching Blues04:04
  • 11Molly Married A Traveling Man03:31
  • 12When The Train Comes Along05:16
  • Total Runtime43:56

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Auf seinem bei Nonesuch Records erscheinenden Debüt, Over That Road I'm Bound, nimmt Songwriter und Multi-Instrumentalist Joachim Cooder die unverblümten Songs von Countrymusik-Urvater und Banjospieler Uncle Dave Macon als Ausgangspunkt, um sodann mit den Lyrics zu spielen und die Melodien für das Instrument seiner Wahl umzuarbeiten: eine elektrische Kalimba (eine Variation des afrikanischen Daumenklaviers).

Cooder wählte Songs aus Macons riesigem Katalog aus und nahm sie mit seiner Band und besonderen Gästen auf: Ry Cooder (Banjo, Gitarre, Bass, Hintergrundgesang), Rayna Gellert (Violine), Juliette Commagere (Hintergrundgesang), Sam Gendel (Bass), Glenn Patscha (Piano und Harmonium), Amir Yaghmai (Yayli ambur), Dan Gellert (Banjo und Violine) und Vieux Farka Touré (Gitarre). Macon war für die Entwicklung der amerikanischen Musik vermutlich eine ähnlich entscheidende Figur wie Jimmie Rodgers, zuletzt wurde sein Platz in der ewigen Ruhmeshalle durch Ken Burns' Country-Dokuserie bekräftigt.

Joachim Cooder ist seit nunmehr zwei Jahrzehnten ein gefragter Percussionist, auf inzwischen legendären Aufnahmen wie den bahnbrechenden Buena Vista Social Club-Sessions mit seinem Vater Ry Cooder ebenso wie auf seinen eigenen mit Künstlern wie Ali Farka Touré, der Cooder zum Kalimbaspiel inspirierte. Er hat Alben für andere Künstler produziert, für Film komponiert und mit dem Choreographen Daniel Ezralow kollaboriert.

Joachim Cooder, vocals, array Mbira, percussion
Ry Cooder, banjo, guitar, bass, backing vocals
Rayna Gellert, fiddle
Juliette Commagere, backing vocals
Sam Gendel, bass on (“Come Along Buddy”, “Morning Blues”)
Glenn Patscha, piano on (“When The Train Comes Along”), Pump Organ on (“Molly Married A Traveling Man” & “All In Down And Out”)
Amir Yaghmai, Yaylı Tambu on (“Backwater Blues”)
Dan Gellert, banjo, fiddle on (“Over That Road I’m Bound To Go”)
Vieux Farka Toure’, guitar on (“Oh Lovin’ Babe”)

Recorded January - March 2019 at Zegema Beach, Santa Monica, CA & Wireland, Chatsworth, CA
Engineered, Mixed & Mastered by Martin Pradler
Mastered by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering
Produced & Arranged by Joachim Cooder




Joachim Cooder
Best known as a world-class percussionist — most famously with the Buena Vista Social Club, alongside his father Ry Cooder — Joachim Cooder approaches his solo career steeped in the roots of American and world music.

Accompanying himself on the electric mbira and other melodic percussion, he transforms Appalachian music and blues with a powerful aesthetic that draws the listener deep into the music. The same trance-inducing and transfixing experience informs his original compositions.

Joachim’s first instrument was the drums, playing with Ry both live and in the studio. These touring and recording projects allowed him to share stages and recordings with Johnny Cash, Ali Farka” Touré, V. M. Bhatt, Steve Earle, John Lee Hooker, Dr. John, Nick Lowe, and most notably the Buena Vista Social Club. Over the years, Joachim has maintained this close relationship with his father, solidifying his reputation as a lyrical drummer, and branching out on projects of his own.

Joachim produced Carly Ritter’s self-titled debut album (Tex Ritter’s granddaughter), and composed the score for films such as the cult surf classic Shelter and Charged: The Eduardo Garcia Story, which recently premiered at The Santa Barbara Film Festival (Winner, Audience Choice Award). His collaborations have taken him into the world of dance where he teamed up with choreographer Daniel Ezralow (Across The Universe, Spider Man: Turn The Dark Off) to compose and perform live in an Ezralow Dance career retrospective.

But it wasn’t until his wife and long-time collaborator Juliette Commagere became pregnant that he began writing and singing his own songs. “We were in Nashville to produce a friend’s record in January – it was snowing – every morning I would wake up and play my electric mbira I brought through a little amp and start singing,” Joachim says. It became the beginning of his solo project titled Fuchsia Machu Picchu. The songs are about longing, love, plants, and the inner life of inanimate objects.

The sound is very much inspired by the world music he grew up with. “I’m always hearing some sort of defunct cosmic ice cream truck in my head – that’s the sound I’m after with my mbiras and tank drums and other tuned percussion. Hopefully people will get that.”



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