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Brant Bjork - Tres Dias (2007)
Brant Bjork (born March 19, 1973) is an American musician from Palm Desert, California. A drummer, guitarist, vocalist, and producer, he is perhaps best known as the drummer of the influential Californian stoner rock band Kyuss.
Bjork currently performs in Vista Chino, formerly Kyuss Lives!, along with former members of Kyuss. He is one of the more notable figures in the stoner rock and Palm Desert scenes.
Bjork began recording his first solo album, 1999's Jalamanta in February 1999. Bjork performed all instruments, including guitar and vocals. He would also perform guitar and vocals in the short-lived stoner rock band Ché - a side-project collaboration with former Kyuss and Queens of the Stone Age drummer Alfredo Hernández. Ché released their only album, Sounds of Liberation in October 2000. Bjork's next album, 2002's Brant Bjork & the Operators, named for Bjork's fictional backing band, 'the Operators', was recorded in November 2000 with Bjork again performing vocals and most instruments. He would continue to be the sole performer, except for a few guest spots, on 2003's Keep Your Cool and 2004's Local Angel.
Bjork would form the band Brant Bjork and the Bros in 2003, featuring guitarist Mike Pygmie, bassist Dylan Roche, and drummer Michael Peffer, with Bjork performing vocals and additional guitar. They toured Europe in October 2003, performing a mixture of Bjork's solo material and Ché's Sounds of Liberation. Pygmie was replaced by Scott Cortez for further touring in Europe and North America in 2004. This line-up went on to record the 2005 double album Saved by Magic. The album featured a return to the sound of Bjork's earlier sound from his Jalamanta/Sounds of Liberation era.
2006 saw the release of Sabbia, a feature film "visual soundtrack" by filmmaker Kate McCabe, featuring Bjork's music. Brant Bjork and the Bros would go on to record another album, 2007's Somera Sól, with Alfredo Hernández replacing Michael Peffer on drums. In the same year, Bjork released his fifth solo album, Tres Dias, an acoustic album featuring reinterpretations of older songs, as well as some new material. The title of the album (Three Days) comes from the purported amount of time that Bjork claimed it took to record it at producer Tony Mason's house in Joshua Tree, California.
Bjork also reported in 2007 that he had ended his label, Duna Records, citing that it took too much time and energy to run. Bjork soon created a new label, Low Desert Punk Recordings, and the Duna Records website now functions as a Brant Bjork community fansite and forum. The first release on the new label was Bjork's 2008 album, Punk Rock Guilt, made up of recordings from December 2005 referred to as the "New Jersey Sessions". This release was followed up with the 2010 album Gods & Goddesses. Recorded in LA in 2009, Gods & Goddesses was the first Brant Bjork solo album not to be primarily recorded by Bjork himself. Instead, Bjork recorded with a new line-up of musicians including guitarist Brandon Henderson, former Yawning Man bassist Billy Cordell, and former Mondo Generator drummer Giampaolo Farnedi.
A new solo record entitled Jacuzzi is mixed and planned for release in late 2013. The album will be all instrumental featuring jazz and funk influences with break beats.
Quote:Some days I just like to sit outside under the sun with my guitar and sing my songs to myself. It relaxes me. It also reminds me of what my songs are about.
...went to Tony's house when I got back to the desert last October...put up a mic and rolled tape. It took 3 days to make this recording...so we naturally called it Tres Dias.
Dig it. -Brant BjorkReview by ADD from Metal Set Lists:
Quote:Every so often I stumble upon an album that's extremely difficult to review, not because it's hard to classify or so deep that it takes a lot of dissecting to really get into, but because there is an intangible quality to it that only the best of reviewers can get across and put into words. In truth, Brant Bjork (former drummer of desert rockers KYUSS and FU MANCHU) has never been an artist that has done anything in his career that wasn't purely organic to the core; there's no time for frivolities with this guy, and his solo records are no different. Tres Dias is perhaps the most honest, real sounding record I have ever heard. Just a man with a guitar, some hand percussion, and his voice, recorded in three days (hence the title). I wish I could elaborate and communicate precisely my feelings on this utterly spell-binding music, but Brant doesn't give me a lot to go off on. Incredibly simple, yet with more depth than almost every other album I've ever heard. There are so many images I could try to conjure up to try and paint some kind of visual, but even if you haven't experienced a Palm Desert evening I have no doubts this music can connect with anybody. Some of the most fantastic lyrics I've ever heard as well, and Brant's voice is absolute gold. Dammit I give up on this review, can't do this any form of justice, but I can't recommend enough this and another one of Brant's solo albums Jalamanta (not an all acoustic effort). I'll try and do better when I review the new BRANT BJORK AND THE BROS. album which is full-band effort and features a few cuts off this album. Please listen. After some more consideration this might be my #1 album of 2007.Tracklist:
Quote:01 - Too Many Chiefs
02 - Love is Revolution
03 - Chinarosa
04 - The Native Tongue
05 - Video
06 - Right Time
07 - The Messengers
08 - The Knight Surrenders Today
"Too Many Chiefs" - Originally appeared on Jalamanta.
"Love Is Revolution" - Would later appear on Somera Sól.
"Chinarosa" - Would later appear on Somera Sól and as a vinyl bonus track on Punk Rock Guilt.
"The Native Tongue" - Would later appear on Somera Sól.
"Video" - Originally appeared on Keep Your Cool as "Gonna Make the Scene".
"Right Time" - Would later appear on Punk Rock Guilt as "Punk Rock Guilt" with slightly different lyrics.
"The Messengers" - Originally appeared on Saved by Magic.
"The Knight Surrenders Today" - Exclusive to the album.