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Alan Purves: Hide and Squeak

Read "Hide and Squeak" reviewed by Vic Albani

Tredici anni dopo il precedente lavoro solistico, lo “scozzese" ormai da molti anni trapiantato in Olanda (a ruota degli amici e compagni di mille avventure sonore Ernst Reijseger, Sean Bergin, Albert van Veenendall, e altri ancora) Alan “Gunga" Purves, da alle stampe un nuovo creativo lavoro completamente concepito nella sua Amsterdam. Ciò che colpisce ...

Hide and Squeak

Label: Brokken Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Who's There; Ghost Ship; 7 ate 9; In a Place in Space; Zombie Wackers; Under the Bramble Tree; Speeding Down & Slowing Up; Crystal Eyes; Pig Happy; Gunga's Din; Amar Rock'n; Still Standing Still (at 694 km/s); Till Squeak Shuts Up; Hide & Squeak.

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The Two Al's: And the cowgirls kept on dancing

Read "And the cowgirls kept on dancing" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

The Two Al's are Dutch explorers of the prepared piano Albert van Veenendaal and Scottish, Amsterdam-based percussionist Alan Purves. Both offer a wild ride of inventive, bizarre, cheerful, squeaky, absurd and freaky spontaneous improvised songs on their first recorded collaboration. Both musician are experienced in solo and intimate, chamber formats with adventurous ...

The Pretty Original Brainstormers

Label: Unknown label
Released: 1998


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