Centrifuge

by Pranas Kentra 4tet

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1.
02:08
2.
05:28
3.
09:29
4.
5.
6.
08:06
7.
01:37

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Band led by Pranas Kentra and Stefan Goranov.

Eddy Determeyer:
“…a complete power plant on four square meters.”
“…calm as the eye of a hurricane."

Pranas Kentra - guitars
Hiske Oosterwijk - vocals
Mark Haanstra - bass on tracks 2, 3 and 6
Stefan Goranov - drums
Benson Enowben Itoe - bass on tracks 4 and 5
Dominykas Digimas - cellos on track 3

Label: Cantina Records
Recorded by Rasmus Zschoch at PCC studio, Groningen, the Netherlands, September, 2015
Some guitars and cello at Pranas's home studio
Intro track recorded by Oliver Schmidt at PCC studio, October, 2014
Mix and master by Leonardo Grimaudo
Artwork & graphic design by Igorizo
Produced by Pranas Kentra and Stefan Goranov for Cantina Records

Nardis written by M. Davis, (arr.P. Kentra)
My Favorite Things written by R. Rodgers, O. Hammerstein II, (arr. P. Kentra)
Now’s the Time written by Ch. Parker, (arr. S. Goranov)
LHF written by Stefan Goranov
Centrifuge written by Pranas Kentra

“Centrifuge is a song that I wrote in spring, 2014,
on the day when some news struck me and sitting down
with my instrument seemed like the only option for that day.
The song title is not about a washing machine.
It is about ego. I think that every human from his or her perspective is the centre of events and life sort of spins around each of us.
Some "centrifugal” forces in one’s mind could
spin things away from the centre and lower one’s ego. Constantly learning and remembering to move that ego away seems to me like a nice ideal of living life and doing one's job.
The song order on the CD and their moods
might hint a story of how one might perceive life:
starting with an easy, rockfish and party like arrangement of Nardis, moving on to the darker and complicated tune of Stefan, continuing with the song about one’s favourite things
which leads to Now’s the Time (time to change?)
and finishing with Centrifuge.”
P. Kentra

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released March 22, 2016

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Pranas Kentra 4tet

А combinаtion of contemporary jazz, classical and rock music with a hint of Bulgarian folk rhythms.

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