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At Quartier Latin

Label: FMP Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Black Holes; Three Nails Left, for P.L.; The Hidden Peak I; The Hidden Peak II; The Hidden Peak III; The Hidden Peak IV; The Hidden Peak V.

Piano Solo

Label: FMP Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Sharp Wie Ein F In Berlin; Chiens Chauds Stimés; Sagen Sie Einfach Free Music Und Es Gibt Frühstück; Joost Mag Het Weten; Grote Tremolo Met Klap; Other Piece; Toespraak; Zizque D'anvers (voor G.R. uit L.); Prosper Wals; Die Letzte; Iest; Twits; Dards; Lest.

Wolk In Hosen

Label: FMP Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Brunches; Two birds In A Feather; Piece For Two Clarinets; Wolke In Hosen; Der Grieche; Blue Balls; Scrambag; Piece For Two clarinets; Humpty Dumpty; Jack-In-The-Box; Twee(D)didum; Eine Kleine Marschmusik.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Fred Van Hove: Piano Solo

Read "Piano Solo" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Belgian pianist Fred Van Hove has always been identified with the European free music movement, but he also stands outside the cadre of players that formed the FMP label. This rerelease (first time on CD) of two solo LPs, Prosper (1981) and Die Letzte (1986), reaffirm his personality and uniqueness as an improvising player.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Peter Brötzmann: Wolk In Hosen

Read "Wolk In Hosen" reviewed by Mark Corroto

In a blindfold test--and not knowing he was but 11 years old when this solo session was recorded in 1976--the sound heard on Wolk In Hosen might be mistaken for that of Swedish saxophonist Mats Gustafsson. But no, it is, indeed, Gustafsson's hero and musical role model, the fire-breathing Peter Brötzmann. Also released as ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Schlippenbach Quartet: At Quartier Latin

Read "At Quartier Latin" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Released as part of the limited edition box FMP im Rückblick--in Retrospect (1969 - 2010), this recording by pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach's Quartet, At Quartier Latin, is an incomparable time capsule that documents a crucial period in European improvisation and the development of today's jazz luminaries. Available separately from the 12-CD box, this disc ...

Trio

Label: FMP Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Something More; Something More; Something More; Something More; Something More; Something More; Something More; Enough Is Not Enough.

Tr!o

Label: FMP Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Something More; Something More; Something More; Something More; Something More; Something More; Something More; Enough Is Not Enough.

Lost & Found

Label: FMP Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Internal Rotation; Lost & Found; Universal Madness; ...Got A Hole In It; Turmoil.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gunter Christmann / Mats Gustafsson / Paul Lovens: Trio

Read "Trio" reviewed by Nic Jones

The language of free improvisation is decades old now and its power to shock has arguably diminished accordingly. If there's something in the contention that everything once radical is eventually co-opted by an ever broadening mainstream, free improvisation still gives the lie to it. Still the creative process behind it can appear inscrutable, and the very ...


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