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Fragments

Label: Klangbad
Released: 2010
Track listing: Klagelied; The Very Last Blues; Honest; 7 Steps To Hell; Raga fur Vampire; Something Else; Wrong-Headed; Lullaby; SOS.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Fifty-Fifty: Fragments

Read "Fragments" reviewed by Nic Jones

Entering the territory mapped by reeds/drums duos is a surprisingly risky undertaking, given the precedents: John Coltrane with Rashied Ali, Evan Parker with Paul Lovens, and the line-up of AMM that featured percussionist Eddie Prévost keeping the company of tenor saxophonist Lou Gare. For all its undoubted merits, the German duo Fifty-Fifty maybe just isn't ready ...

Schlachtfest Session II

Label: Klangbad
Released: 2008
Track listing: Den Daumen einklemmen und mit dem Zeigefinger wackeln; Ich Kann

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

John Tchicai / Hans Joachim Irmler / Jan Fride / Roman Bunka / Hanna Tuulikki / Aby Vulliamy / Chris Hladowski / George Murray: Schlachtfest Session II

Read "Schlachtfest Session II" reviewed by Nic Jones

This isn't so much a meeting of minds as it is a meeting of generations; each individual intent on serving the perpetually slippery thing that is The Music. John Tchicai is the individual with the greatest heritage here, and the idea of him coming together with Hans Joachim Irmler of the sonic explorers Faust will always ...


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