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ICP TentetICP Tentet In Berlin ... LP
FMP/Be! (Germany), 1977. New Copy (reissue)... $22.99
A late 70s session on FMP, but one that really shows the dynamic, boundless sense of imagination that we love from the ICP organization – led here by madman Misha Mengelberg on piano and at the helm of the operation! The sounds are free, but with a different quality than some of the more familiar FMP modes – even though the lineup here features some of that label's artists – in a lineup that also includes Tristan Honsinger on cello, Han Bennink on drums, Maarten Altena on bass, Peter Brotzmann on reeds, and John Tchicai on alto sax! The tunes are shortish, and almost feel like they have a sense of structure at times – even though the players go pretty far out at others – a great tension between composition and spontaneous creation, held together beautifully under the leadership of Mengelberg. Titles include "Polizei", "Ansange", "In Memoriam J Hodges", "La Madelon", "Rumbone", "Kiwk Kwek Kwak", and "Ludwig's Blue Note". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 200 copies!)

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✨✧ ICP TentetTetterettet ... CD
Instant Composers Pool/Corbett vs. Dempsey, 1977. New Copy Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
A landmark record from the Dutch jazz scene – one that takes all the strong 70s years of free improvisation in that world, and helps it find a new sort of focus! As fans of the scene know, ICP stands for Instant Composers Pool – writing while improvising on the spot – a notion that's applied here to a completely amazing tentet, with a lineup that moves even beyond the core scene – to include Misha Mengelberg on piano, John Tchicai on alto and soprano, Gilius Bergeyk on alto, Peter Bennink on alto and sopranino, Peter Brotzmann on alto and tenor, Bert Koppelaar on trombone, Tristan Honsinger on cello, Alan Silva on bass, Han Bennink on drums and bass clarinet, and Michel Waisisz on the very cool "crackle box". The force of the individual players is already amazing – but the way they come together here is breathtaking – sometimes with a full blast that should be chaos, but which finds an amazing sense of song, thanks in part to the strength of Mengelberg on piano. Titles include "Valse Trovee", "Ludvig's Blue Note", "Dank", "Alexander's Marschbefehl", "Rumboon", and five "Tetterettet" selections. CD

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