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The Thirteen Bar Blues

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
Track listing: Dis-moi Blues; Black Cat Bone; Work Song WorkOut 1; Blues For Pierre Schaeffer; Lite The Fuse; The Thirteen Bar Blues; Work Song WorkOut 2; Africanized Milking Cow; Work Song WorkOut 3; If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day; The Death Of Robert Johnson; Riot In Cell Block #9; Work Song WorkOut 4; Mad Man Blues.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Luc Houtkamps's pow3: The Thirteen Bar Blues

Read "The Thirteen Bar Blues" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Finally a blues record that Philip K. Dick would love! The science fiction writer would surely have dug The Thirteen Bar Blues, subtitled New Developments In Electronic Jazz by saxophonist, software engineer, and electronics tinkerer Luc Houtkamp. Known for his recorded duets between real time saxophone and computer generated improvising software, Houtkamp has moved ...

Beyond The Edge

Label: X-OR
Released: 2003

The Field Recordings No. 1/6/7

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Released: 2001
Track listing: (1)Towards A Definition Of Flow, part 1 (Geneve Version); Towards A Definition Of Flow, part 2; Variations On The Art Of Erasure, part 1; Variations On The Part Od Erasure, part 2; Towards A Definition Of Flow, part 1 (Luzern Version). (6) Is It Elm? (7) Rendand Heat Wave; De Pijp; Bubble & Squeak; Kickin

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Luc Houtkamp: The Field Recordings No. 1/6/7

Read "The Field Recordings No. 1/6/7" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The mostly self-taught saxophonist of The Netherlands Luc Houtkamp reveals a style spawned in the freedom of the 1960s but beholden to no one period. Houtkamp, born 1953, has collaborated with Han Bennink, Ernst Reisjeger, Jon Rose, and Eugene Chadbourne. Last year he was featured on the American release Luc Houtkamp In Chicago (Entropy Stereo) along ...

In Chicago

Label: Entropy Stereo
Released: 2000

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Luc Houtkamp: In Chicago

Read "In Chicago" reviewed by Mark Corroto

It’s interesting how one’s path of jazz listening arrives at a particular artist. My personal discovery of Netherlands-born saxophonist Luc Houtkamp came via Chicago. Well, actually Germany and Peter Brötzmann. The 1960s free-jazz flame-thrower was travelling to the windy city to play a series of concerts and mentioned the thriving scene that grew up around Ken ...

Duo Improvisations

Label: X-OR
Released: 1981


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