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Henry Cow: Jazz Interpretations

Bob Osborne By

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Henry Cow were an English avant-rock group, founded at Cambridge University in 1968 by multi-instrumentalists Fred Frith and Tim Hodgkinson. Personnel fluctuated over their decade together, but drummer Chris Cutler, bassist John Greaves, and bassoonist/oboist Lindsay Cooper were important long-term members. Michel Edelin has recently released an album on RogueArt celebrating the music of the band-on this show I compare the original Henry Cow music with Edelin's new interpretations. In between other recent releases.

Playlist

  • Michel Edelin Quintet Special Guest John Greaves "War" from Echoes of Henry Cow (RogueArt) 00:00
  • Henry Cow "War" from In Praise of Learning (Virgin) 05:10
  • Evan Parker, Matthew Wright Trance Map + "Crepuscule in Nickelsdorf Part 1" from Crepuscule in Nickelsdorf (Intakt) 09:00
  • Ethan Iverson Quartet with Tom Harrell "Jed from Teaneck" from Common Practice (ECM) 17:02
  • Matt Lavelle Quartet "Sideline" from Hope (Unseen Rain) 23:38
  • Michel Edelin Quintet Special Guest John Greaves "Half the Sky" from Echoes of Henry Cow (RogueArt) 33:29
  • Henry Cow "Half the Sky" from Western Culture (Broadcast Records) 40:34
  • Duot "Infection" from Duot (Repetidor) 45:55
  • Carla Marciano Quartet "Theme from Taxi Driver (Betsy's Theme)" from Psychosis, Homage to Bernard Herrmann (Challenge Records) 50:24
  • Henry Cow "Ruins" from Concerts (Compendium Records) 1:00:00
  • Michel Edelin Quintet Special Guest John Greaves "Ruins" from Echoes of Henry Cow (RogueArt) 1:16:41
  • From Wolves to Waves "Spaarne" from Strandwal (Aerophonic Records) 1:27:22
  • Bambi Pang Pang featuring Andrew Cyrille "Isme" from Drop Your Plans (El Negocito) 1:56:31

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