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Iskra 1903: Goldsmiths

Read "Goldsmiths" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Si deve alla passione e alla tenacia di Martin Davidson la pubblicazione postuma di questo concerto, tenuto al londinese Goldsmiths College nel 1972 dal trio Iskra 1903, all'epoca composto da Paul Rutherford, Derek Bailey e Barry Guy. Come le precedenti incisioni del gruppo edite dalla Emanem (Chapter One e Buzz Soundtrack) anche questo CD non suona come omaggio nostalgico ...

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Iskra 1903: Goldsmiths

Read "Goldsmiths" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

Iskra is the name of a group comprised of ingenious British improvising musicians on the very edge what is idiomatically modern. Iskra is Russian for “spark," and also happens to have been the name of the paper that Lenin edited before the Russian Revolution. Add to the equation Goldsmiths, a venue for their breathless, expressive music. ...

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Iskra 1903: Goldsmiths

Read "Goldsmiths" reviewed by John Eyles

The years 2010 and 2011 have already been a bumper period for re-releases of '70s improvised music--notably Emanem's Teatime and Life amid the artefacts--plus unreleased Derek Bailey (on More 74, Concert in Milwaukee and Scrutables). Now, after some delay, comes Goldsmiths, which could well be the pick of the bunch. It consists of a 67-minute live ...