Led Zeppelin (arr. Haimovitz/Woolf)

  1. 1) Kashmir

    7.52


Arcade Fire (arr. Christopher O'Riley)

  1. 2) Empty Room

    2.56


Radiohead (arr. Christopher O'Riley)

  1. 3) Pyramid Song

    4.37


Socalled

  1. 4) Figlude for overlaid and beat-up cellos

    3.10


Cocteau Twins (arr. Christopher O'Riley)

  1. 5) Fotzepolitic

    3.24


Pussy Riot

  1. 6) Punk Prayer - Virgin Mary, Put Putin Away

    2.51


John McLaughlin (arr. David Sanford)

  1. 7) Open Country Joy

    5.57


Viktor Tsoi

  1. 8) Kukushka

    4.42


Jimi Hendrix / Haimovitz

  1. 9) Anthem

    4.48


Lennon-McCartney

  1. 10) Back in the U.S.S.R

    3.08


Blonde Redhead (arr. Christopher O'Riley)

  1. 11) Melody

    5.05


Jimi Hendrix (arr. Matt Haimovitz)

  1. 12) Machine Gun

    12.55


Blonde Redhead (arr. Christopher O'Riley)

  1. 13) Misery is a Butterfly

    5.55


Cocteau Twins (arr. Christopher O'Riley)

  1. 14) Athol Brose

    3.02


Lennon-McCartney (arr. Luna Pearl Woolf)

  1. 15) Helter Skelter

    4.36


Arcade Fire (arr. Christopher O'Riley)

  1. 16) In the Backseat

    4.57


Radiohead (arr. Christopher O'Riley)

  1. 17) Weird Fishes/Arpeggi

    5.34


DJ Olive/Haimovitz

  1. 18) Goulash

    5.06


A Perfect Circle (arr. Christopher O'Riley)

  1. 19) 3 Libras

    3.25


Cocteau Twins (arr. Christopher O'Riley)

  1. 20) Heaven or Las Vegas

    4.59


Socalled

  1. 21) Meanwhile...

    8.49

CD information

Cello rebel Matt Haimovitz takes an exhilarating, genre-bending tour of the rock side of his instrument, revisiting some of his wildest and most whimsical tracks, with favorite collaborators like Christopher O’Riley, Socalled, DJ Olive, and his ensemble, Uccello. Cello ROCK spans the sensuous intensity of Radiohead’s Pyramid Song, the lush tones of John McLaughlin’s Open Country Joy, and the vigorous exclamation of Pussy Riot’s Punk Prayer. Highlights also include allcello arrangements of Led Zeppelin's Kashmir and Jimi Hendrix's Machine Gun, with Haimovitz’s own notorious take on Hendrix’s Anthem showing us why the cello, in his hands, knows no bounds.

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