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✨✧ Mark NauseefPersonal Note ... CD
CMP/GAD (Poland), 1981. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
Sharply angular fusion from the early 80s European scene – from that moment when some of the players on the scene had moved strongly past their roots in jazz and were open to a range of different styles! This doesn't necessarily mean rock – although Thin Lizzy's great Phil Lynott makes a fantastic appearance on one track – it's almost as if the music is in a jazz-plus mode – a bit like some of the New York downtown experimentation of the period. Mark Nauseef plays drums and percussion, and even uses his voice as an instrument at times – and the core group also features piano, keyboards, and great alto sax from Joachim Kuhn – plus keyboards from George Kochbeck, and some great percussion from Trilok Gurtu, who also vocalizes a bit. Jan Akkerman plays guitar, and maybe the album's like some of his best post-fusion experiments of a few years before – much more compelling than you might expect, and surprisingly timeless at points. Titles include "Doctor Marathon (parts 1 & 2)", "Chemistry", "Talking Drum", "Fillmore", and "Corsica". CD

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✨✧ Mark NauseefPersonal Note ... LP
CMP (Germany), 1981. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Sharply angular fusion from the early 80s European scene – from that moment when some of the players on the scene had moved strongly past their roots in jazz and were open to a range of different styles! This doesn't necessarily mean rock – although Thin Lizzy's great Phil Lynott makes a fantastic appearance on one track – it's almost as if the music is in a jazz-plus mode – a bit like some of the New York downtown experimentation of the period. Mark Nauseef plays drums and percussion, and even uses his voice as an instrument at times – and the core group also features piano, keyboards, and great alto sax from Joachim Kuhn – plus keyboards from George Kochbeck, and some great percussion from Trilok Gurtu, who also vocalizes a bit. Jan Akkerman plays guitar, and maybe the album's like some of his best post-fusion experiments of a few years before – much more compelling than you might expect, and surprisingly timeless at points. Titles include "Doctor Marathon (parts 1 & 2)", "Chemistry", "Talking Drum", "Fillmore", and "Corsica". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light edge wear.)
 
 
 



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