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Chapters

Label: F-IRE Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: The Muybridge Line; Nothing Certain; Solar; Alone Together; The Marcellus Shale; Soon; A Chapter Ends; Wire Floor; Locomotive; Lazy Bird; Body And Soul; Someday My Prince Will Come; Cherokee; Augur In The Coal Mine.

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Jonathan Bratoeff & Chris Vatalaro: Chapters

Read "Chapters" reviewed by Chris May


Unexpectedly, a trend has been developing among musicians associated with London's F-IRE collective to revisit the standards repertoire. It's not an area this experimentally inclined body of players usually inhabits, but the results so far--all recorded by duos--make it an engaging diversion. Saxophonist Ingrid Laubrock and pianist Liam Noble were first off the block ...

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Points Of Perception

Label: F-IRE Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Farewell; Shrinking World; Starring At Stars; Blast Corruption; Reverie; Dialectic; Idiom; Cloud Shapes Over A Purple Sky; Rise; Pond At Dusk; Eulogyeyes; Forgotten Dreams.

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Jonathan Bratoeff: Points Of Perception

Read "Points Of Perception" reviewed by Chris May


London-based guitarist Jonathan Bratoeff's Between Lines (F-IRE, 2005) was a collection of edgy small group improvisations which delivered plenty and promised more. The recording placed Bratoeff's classically rooted but adventurous electric guitar--somewhere out of Jimmy Raney, heading in a more abstract direction--alongside the leaders of Acoustic Ladyland and Polar Bear, respectively: Pete Wareham (tenor saxophone) and ...

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Between Lines

Label: F-IRE Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Mr Palette; Far Away; Equilibre; Mood Change; NY; Lignes; Conscience (Part 123); Little Stream.

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Jonathan Bratoeff Quartet: Between Lines

Read "Between Lines" reviewed by Chris May


While it's most talked about right now for the thrilling fast-forward postmodernism of Pete Wareham's Acoustic Ladyland and Sebastian Rochford's Polar Bear, this album from French-born guitarist Jonathan Bratoeff is a reminder that London's F-IRE collective is neither monochrome nor monolith, but a multicoloured assembly of individuals and aesthetics. The twenty or so musicians at the ...


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