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✨✧ Full Blast (Peter Brotzmann)Farewell Tonic (with download) ... LP
Trost (Austria), 2007. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Full Blast really live up to their name here – as the trio comes on with a searing power that almost recalls the early FMP work of reedman Peter Brotzmann! Brotzmann's part of the group, playing a variety of saxes – alongside the drums of Michael Wertmueller and electric bass of Marino Pliakas – who tumble along with really frenetic energy that also brings out the same in the saxophonist – blowing hard, fast, and with machine gun-like intensity as the group improvise freely over five different selections recorded at New York's Tonic club in 2007. Titles include "Tonic 1", "Tonic 2", "Tonic 3", "Tonic 4", and "Tonic 5". LP, Vinyl record album
(Hand-numbered limited edition of 500 – with bonus download!)

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✨✧ Full Blast & Friends (Peter Brotzmann)Crumbling Brain ... LP
Okka Disk, 2010. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Excellent work from Full Blast – a trio who really live up to their name, joined here by another trio of guests – with a sound that's even more of a full blast than before! The core group features Peter Brotzmann on saxes, Marino Pliakas on bass, and Michael Wertmuller on drums – moving in territory that really lives up to the Brotzmann legacy – but then expanded with work from Keiji Haino on guitar, Peter Evans on trumpet, and Mars Williams on tenor and alto – all players with nicely different aspects in their music, which find a way to resonate strongly with the group in this sextet performance recorded at Jazzfest Berlin in 2008. Titles include "Crumbling Brain", "Battle Of Visions", "Have Your Eyes", "Pull Up Pull Up Terrain Terrain", and "Deathbop". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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