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The world premiere of Barry Guy's new composition "The Blue Shroud"

The world premiere of Barry Guy's new composition "The Blue Shroud"

The world première of Barry Guy’s new composition “The Blue Shroud” will take place in jny: Krakow, Poland on November 21st. During the three preceding rehearsal days , there will be concerts every evening in the famous Alchemia Club. This will involve his new ensemble the “BLUE SHROUD BAND” Barry Guy – bass and director (GB) ...

Album

Alchemia

Label: Cpt. Sparky Publications
Released: 2008

Album

Alchemia

Label: Hat Hut Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Direction; Perrata; Menace; Giuffree; 4 x 4.

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Article: Album Review

Theo Jorgensmann & Oles Brothers: Alchemia

Read "Alchemia" reviewed by Chris May


Clarinetist Theo Jorgensmann's Alchemia is the third Hat Hut release in a row in which a free improvising, progressive musician has woven overt and telling references to past glories of the jazz tradition into his own, singular style. Cellist Daniel Levin's Blurry (Hat Hut, 2007) evoked the chamber jazz of the 1950s and 1960s ...

Album

Alchemia

Label: Not Two Records
Released: 2005
Track listing:
CD1 (Day One: Monday, March 15, 2004, Set One, 58:10) Telefon; Other Cuts; Staircase; Strata; Free King's Suite.
CD2 (Day One: Monday, March 15, 2004, Set Two, 58:09) Outside Ticket; Money Down; Camera; Roulette; Cruz Campo; The Black And Crazy Blues.
CD3 (Day Two: Tuesday, March 16, 2004, Set One, 57:51) Confluence; Rip Rig And Panic Suite; Camera; Both Sides; Knock Yourself Out.
CD4 (Day Two: Tuesday, March 16, 2004, Set Two, 65:25) The Cooler; That Was Now; Six Of One; Silverlization/Volunteered Slavery; There Is The Bomb.
CD5 (Day Three: Wednesday, March 17, 2004, Set One, 48:25) That Was Now; Seven Puls Five; The Bridge; Gyllene; Auto Topography.
CD6 (Day Three: Wednesday, March 17, 2004, Set Two, 72:25) The Freedom Suite, Part 2; Telefon; Initials; Camera; Other Cuts; The Black And Crazy Blues; Knock Yourself Out.
CD7 (Day Four: Thursday, March 18, 2004, Set One, 50:05) Money Down; Inflated Tear; Wherever June Bugs Go; Camera; Cruz Campo.
CD8 (Day Four: Thursday, March 18, 2004, Set Two, 62:24) Pieces Of The Past; That Was Now; Long Term Fool; Strata; Silverlization/Volunteered Slavery; The Bridge.
CD9 (Day Five: Friday, March 19, 2004, Set One, 53:53) Conquistador, Part 2; Knock Yourself Out; Pieces Of The Past; Camera; Cruz Campo.
CD10 (Day Five: Friday, March 19, 2004, Set Two, 79:16) That Was Now; Gyllene; Telefon; Ken's Final Remarks; Six Of One; Other Cuts; The Black And Crazy Blues.
CD11 (Jam Session One: Wednesday, March 17, 2004, 60:25) Free Jam 1; Free Jam 2; Free Jam 3; East Broadway Run Down, Elephantasy/Complete Communion; Theme For Alchemia; Bemsha Swing.
CD12 (Jam Session Two: Thursday, March 18, 2004, 65:56) Round Trip; Free Jam 5; Free Jam 6; Togo; Lonely Woman.

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Article: Album Review

The Vandermark 5: Alchemia

Read "Alchemia" reviewed by Andrey Henkin


People always asked why Grateful Dead fans used to tour with the band; the answer was that they never played the same show twice. This box-set recording of the Vandermark 5's five-night stand at the Alchemia Club in Krakow, Poland last March does not quite live up to that high standard, but it does offer a ...


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