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Live At Cafe Oto

Label: Bo'Weavil
Released: 2009
Track listing: Spellbound; Recoil.

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Alan Wilkinson / John Edwards / Steve Noble: Live At Cafe Oto

Read "Live At Cafe Oto" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


The audacity of free jazz is its tightrope balance between chaos and control, music almost without boundaries. Vociferous and untamed, maybe, but certainly not undisciplined, it takes a certain skill and ingenuity to create music such as heard on Live At Cafe Oto. To the contrary, the UK free jazz trio--Alan Wilkinson (reeds), John Edwards (bass), ...

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Noah Howard: The Black Ark

Read "The Black Ark" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk


Noah Howard's 1969 album The Black Ark has, in an unintended way, lived up to its name in recent years. It has become, to free jazz obsessives, a sort of Ark of the Covenant, a fabled and much sought after grail and jazz message boards lit up when it was announced that the British label Bo'Weavil ...

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Obliquity

Label: Bo'Weavil
Released: 2008
Track listing: Obliquity; Drag Head; South of 4; Cuttin' the P Nut; Kwakm'bababli stomp.

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The Black Ark

Label: Bo'Weavil
Released: 2008
Track listing: Domiabra; Ole Negro; Mount Fuji; Queen Anne.

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Steve Noble / John Edwards / Alan Wilkinson: Obliquity

Read "Obliquity" reviewed by John Eyles


Just reading the lineup of this release started the adrenalin pumping and the pulse racing. All three are exciting, high-energy players who give their all every time they play. And here they are, together as a trio for the first time on disc. Although it is a match made in heaven, it ...

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The Black Ark

Label: Bo'Weavil
Released: 2007
Track listing: Domiabra; Ole Negro; Mount Fuji; Queen Anne.

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Noah Howard: The Black Ark

Read "The Black Ark" reviewed by Chris May


Like “rarely performed" operas, “hard to find" recordings are often obscure for a prosaic reason: they're no good. Here's a monumental exception to the rule. The Black Ark--released in small numbers on the Freedom label in 1969, out of print almost overnight, and a holy grail for collectors practically ever since--is forty minutes of passionate and ...


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