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Barre Phillips

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Barre Phillips (born October 27, 1934 in San Francisco, California) is a jazz and free improvisation bassist. A professional musician since 1960, he migrated to New York City in 1962, then to Europe in 1967.[1] Since 1972 he has been based in southern France. He studied briefly in 1959 with S. Charles Siani, Assistant Principal Bassist with the San Francisco Symphony During the 1960s he recorded with (among others) Eric Dolphy, Jimmy Giuffre, Archie Shepp, Attila Zoller, Lee Konitz and Marion Brown.[1] Phillips' 1968 recording of solo bass improvisations, issued as Journal Violone in the USA, Unaccompanied Barre in England, and Basse Barre in France, is generally credited as the first solo bass record

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Free Acoustic Supergroup

Label: Euphorium Records
Released: 2024
Track listing: CD1: Free Acoustic Supergroup I Kantate, Pt. I: Im Strahlen Der Trabanten; Phore I (2-5): Spridriger Feuertunkel, Tafft!; Globalhirtenrider: Eyes & Gliss; Streichprafater, Zug Von Zungenstuhl; Graben Jetzt, Alle Auf Nach Stoirhondur, Neun Kleine Feten Geh’n…; Kantate, Pt. II: Versandete Trompeten; Phore II (7-8): Zarte Klaster Drüber Winde Steh'n (Quintett No. 1); Conference At Olli's (Black Music GDR); CD2: Free Acoustic Supergroup II Kantate, Pt. III: Am Baustrand; Phore III (2-4): Briedwaht, Kleiheuer, Stuff (Zeitungszeugen Lesen Heuer Körner); 2 Trios In The Street (Microphistical Klee Der Raben); Throughout The New Mississippi Freedom Train, Mister Borgenthal Jumps Into The Rhythm Of Tastoraster In Gloria, Calms Down And Finally Vanishes; Phore IV (5-7): Chiclin Berago (Von Axelleo Da Schmidt-Wödarner); Garten Rüben Oben, Stoirihondurando Zehn; Langer Brueder Feitendarm? (American Successfully Amplified); Kantate, Pt. IV: Klonkern, Wieder Ulmanach; Phore V (9-10): Morning Hours Without Rice, But Rice (Haschbender Russenkatze); End Of Night, Enlighted Days Beyond (The Golden Trio's Todeshymne); Kantate, Fin: Orgel-Laib Am Bein.

Article: Live Review

Jazz & Dance: modi diversi di unire le due arti

Read "Jazz & Dance: modi diversi di unire le due arti" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Sebbene gran parte del jazz nasca dalla musica da ballo e nella sua storia non manchino importanti collaborazioni di musicisti con danzatori --il primo che viene in mente è Steve Lacy --, oggi i rapporti tra questa musica e l'arte della danza non sono frequentissimi. Da un po' di tempo, tuttavia, qualcosa dalle nostre ...

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Danze degli scorpioni

Label: We Insist! Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Dance Of The Scorpions no. 1; Little Speech + Dark Moon Dance One; Dark Moon Dance Two; Dance Of The Scorpions no. 2.

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Free Acoustic Supergroup

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2023
Track listing: Im Strahlen der Trabanten; Spridriger Feuertunkel, Taffft!; Globalhirtenrider: Eyes & Gliss; Streichprafater, Zug von Zungenstuhl; Graben jetzt!, alle auf nach Stoirihondur, neun kleine Feten geh’n…; Versandete Trompeten; Zarte Klaster drüber Winde ’steh’n (Quintett No. 1); Conference At Olli’s (Black Music GDR); Am Baustrand; Briedwaht, Kleiheuer, Stuff (Zeitungszeugen lesen heuer Körner); 2 Trios In The Street (Microphistical Klee der Raben); Throughout The New Mississippi Freedom Train, Mister Borgenthal Jumps Into The Rhythm Of Tastoraster In Gloria, Calms Down And Finally Vanishes; Chiclin Berago (von Axelleo da Schmidt-Wödarner); Garten Rüben oben, Stoirihondurando zehn; Langer Brueder Feitendarm? (American Successfully Amplified); Klonkern, wieder Ulmanach; Morning Hours Without Rice, But Rice (Haschbender Russenkatze); End Of the Night, Enlighted Days Beyond (The Golden Trio’s Todeshymne); Orgel-Laib am Bein.

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Article: Album Review

Peter Brotzmann / Sabu Toyozumi: Triangle – Live at OHM, 1987

Read "Triangle – Live at OHM, 1987" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Triangle--Live At OHM, 1987 is a recording of Peter Brotzmann in Japan. Here he is performing with master free jazz drummer Sabu Toyozumi. This is not the musicians first meeting. The pair have released a couple nearly impossible to find discs such as Live In Japan 1982 (Improvised Company, 1999) and Live In Okayama 1987 (Improvised ...

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Article: Album Review

Mark Dresser: Tines of Change

Read "Tines of Change" reviewed by Jeff Schwartz


Since his arrival as a member of Anthony Braxton's mid-1980s quartet, Mark Dresser has been expanding the sonic palette of the upright bass. Like Barre Phillips, Barry Guy, and Joëlle Léandre before him, Dresser drew from both the classical avant-garde of players such as Bertram Turetzky and Fernando Grillo and the more intuitive improvisational approaches of ...

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Article: Album Review

Jacques Demierre: The Hills Shout

Read "The Hills Shout" reviewed by John Eyles


Swiss pianist Jacques Demierre has a relatively small recording history considering that it dates back to June 1984. Along the way, it includes collaborations with such luminaries as Cyril Bondi, Sylvie Corvoisier, d'incise, Barry Guy, Insub Meta Orchestra, Hans Koch, Urs Leimgruber, Lucas Niggli, and Barre Phillips, in such fine recordings as Brainforest (Intakt, 2006) by ...

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Mototeru Takagi / Kim Dae Hwan / Choi Sun Bae: Seishin - Seido

Read "Seishin - Seido" reviewed by John Sharpe


Seishin-Seido represents another heads up on the depth of the Japanese free jazz community from the Lithuanian NoBusiness imprint as part of its partnership with Chap Chap Records. They raid the archives for a live date from 1995 in the southern city of Hofu, which actually unites two Korean musicians, trumpeter Choi Sun Bae and percussionist ...

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Joëlle Léandre: Zurich Concert

Read "Zurich Concert" reviewed by Mark Corroto


A solo concert by the double bassist Joëlle Léandre is a happening, an event of the highest order. She is very much like a writer or poet who starts with a blank sheet of paper, bringing to life characters and places seemingly drawn from thin air. Of course, like the writer, Léandre's alchemy is born out ...


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