Audiograph, the first album of drummer Luiz Ebert and pianist Fidel Cuellar, is an venture to musically capture contrasting portraits of life and people in New York City: a busy street in Harlem on a hot summer night, the quite contemplation of the Hudson river during winter, the fantasy and tension of a twirling ballerina, the chaotic roar of highway traffic. Playing with textures, layers, form and improvisation, yet rich in melodies, more than a jazz album, Audiograph is a call to see through our ears. Listen… What do you see?
About the art:
Audiograph's music will be beautifully complemented by the work of 6 artists who answered our call, and shared what they "saw" when listening to our music. Each artist worked on a song, and shot a series of pictures based on what they heard. These pictures will form a booklet that will become the packaging for our hard copy CD. If you wish to purchase a copy of this beautiful work, please visit www.audiographalbum.com. You can also share your audiographs with us: visit www.facebook.com/audiographalbum and upload your pictures. Listen, what do you see?
Luiz Ebert: drums, composition
Fidel Cuéllar: piano, keyboards, compositions and arrangements
Livio Almeida: Tenor and soprano saxophones, flute
Will Caviness: Trumpet and Flugelhorn
Bass: Ian Stapp
Recorded by Aaron Nevezie at Bunker Studio, Brooklyn, NY
Mixed by Jeremy Loucas
Mastered by Katherine Miller
Art design and direction by Daniel Arenas at Sunday Morning Studio
Artistic production by Vanessa Rueda at Sunday Morning Studio
Executive Producers Pedro Luiz Ebert and Lucia Lemgruber
To God for giving us the music and the sensitivity to bring it into this world; to our wives Mónica and Gabriela for their patience, support, and ideas; to our families for their invaluable support and for believing in our calling; to Vanessa and Daniel, your love for our music and devotion to this project was humbling and inspiring; to Nicolás, Vanessa, [other artist names] for contributing your audiographs, this wouldn’t have been the same without you; to all of you who lent us your