A legendary meeting of free jazz talents – and one of those records that completely changed the game during the 70s! Both guitarist Derek Bailey and drummer Han Bennink work here at a level that seems completely divorced from American roots in jazz – about as strongly in the post-68 ... (Jazz) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A seminal meeting between two of the most important modern jazz talents of the 70s – reedman Anthony Braxton, whose roots in the Chicago AACM scene were already expanding to a huge influence on the European world of free jazz – and guitarist Derek Bailey, the British player who ... (Jazz) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A large version of the Company concept – and one that continues all the experiments of their recorded legacy in a really great way! As with the others, guitarist Derek Bailey is at the core here – working sonic magic on both acoustic and electric guitar – in a lineup that also ... (Jazz) read moreCD
(Out of print 2001 pressing – in great shape!)
Once ... CD Incus (UK), 1987. Used ...
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Performances from a shifting lineup that includes Lee Konitz on alto, Richard Tietelbaum on keyboards, Barre Phillips on bass, Derek Bailey on guitar, Steve Noble on percussion, and Tristan Honsinger on cello. (Jazz) CD
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Company (Evan Parker, Derek Bailey & others) —
Company 6 & 7 ... CD Incus (UK), 1978. Used ...
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Lol Coxhill on soprano saxophone, Anthony Braxton on soprano and alto saxophone, flute, and clarinet, Evan Parker on soprano and tenor saxophone, Leo Smith on trumpet and flute, Derek Bailey on guitar, Tristan Honsinger on cello, Maarten van Regteren Altena on bass, and Han Bennink on drums, ... (Jazz) read moreCD
The "one" here is the soprano saxophone – used exclusively by Evan Parker on the six improvised tracks on the set – each one very different than the other, and really showing the diversity and variation that Parker can bring to a performance! Often, the sound is very dense ... (Jazz) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A genius pairing of these two legendary improvisers – two artists who really had an amazing sense of tone and timing on their instruments! By the time of the recording, Evan Parker had lept far ahead most of his improvising contemporaries on tenor and soprano sax – using the horns in ... (Jazz) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A landmark album in the British avant garde – the first set ever issued on Incus Records, and a monumental set of improvisations between Evan Parker on saxes, Hank Bennink on percussion, and Derek Bailey on guitar! The album followed from some great energy on the British scene of the ... (Jazz) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Groundbreaking improvisations from the British scene of the early 70s – a set that stands as a key demonstration of the tonal genius of Evan Parker on reeds, and one that also marks a seminal mix of percussion and electronics from the great Paul Lytton! Parker blows soprano and tenor saxes, ... (Jazz) read moreLP, Vinyl record album