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Peter Brotzmann - Sweet Sweat & The Brain of the Dog in Section

Read "Peter Brotzmann - Sweet Sweat & The Brain of the Dog in Section" reviewed by Ted Gordon


Peter Brotzmann / Paal Nilssen-Love Sweetsweat Smalltown Superjazz 2008 Peter Brotzmann / Fred Lonberg-Holm The Brain of the Dog in Secton Atavistic 2009 This is healthy music--the sounds of vim ...

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Label: Atavistic Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Machine Gun; Responsible (for Jan van der Ven); Music for Han Bennink I; Machine Gun (second take); Responsible (for Jan van der Ven) (first take); Machine Gun (live)

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Article: Extended Analysis

Peter Br

Read "Peter Br" reviewed by Clifford Allen


Peter Brötzmann The Complete Machine Gun Sessions Atavistic 2007 Almost forty years have passed since the 1968 recording of German reedman Peter Brötzmann's Machine Gun at the Lila Eule in Bremen. The session, now regarded as one of the cornerstone records of European free improvisation, was a combination ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

Peter Br

Read "Peter  Br" reviewed by Mark Corroto


The milestones of the 66 year old German saxophonist Peter Brötzmann's career are a useful device by which to review his prolific and passionate music making. From early experiments with Alexander von Schlippenbach and the Globe Unity Orchestra, he gained jazz infamy with an octet recording called Machine Gun (FMP, 1968). Aptly named, the unrelenting surge ...

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Article: Live Review

Peter Brötzmann & Joe McPhee Quartet in Tel Aviv

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Peter Brötzmann & Joe McPhee Quartet Levontin 7 Tel Aviv, Israel May 15, 2007 Writers tend to describe the blowing of German reed player Peter Brötzmann in terms of meteorological abnormalities. There is some truth in such metaphors, but such writers miss a much broader spectrum of articulations ...

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An Exhausting Broztmann and Bennink

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Peter Brötzmann and Han Bennink An Die Musik Baltimore, MD October 7, 2006 Few, if any, would claim that Peter Brötzmann is a tune meister. He has been referred to by some as a “sonic terrorist", while others describe his performances as “aural punishment". One story, perhaps fictional but ...

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Article: Album Review

Peter Br: FMP 130

Read "FMP 130" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk


22 years hence, these European masters have pretty well cemented themselves in their own corners of the free improv universe: the fury, sometimes restrained, of Peter Brötzmann; the madness of Han Bennink; and the elegant wandering of Fred van Hove. But when they got together in Bremen on February 25, 1973, it was with a sense ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Peter Br

Read "Peter Br" reviewed by Andrey Henkin


Since his first recordings in the mid '60s, German saxophonist Brötzmann can either be accused of being limited or extremely focused. Whatever the ruling, there has been no one player over the past decades who better encapsulates the upheaval of post-war Europe. Four “new discs with different groups, but with different sounds, are consistent with his ...

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Peter Br: Signs

Read "Signs" reviewed by John Kelman


Woodwind multi-instrumentalist Peter Brötzmann has never been one to shy away from extremes in a career that has spanned nearly forty years and nearly a hundred albums. He has been one of the strongest proponents to emerge from the Albert Ayler school of musical thought. While he's capable of extracting an incredible array of sounds from ...

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Peter Br: Still Quite Popular After All Those Years

Read "Still Quite Popular After All Those Years" reviewed by Alexander Vogel


It has been 24 years since these two musicians have engaged in a duo, or any other musical collaboration. The musical association of German multi-woodwind stalwart Peter Brötzmann with ever-eccentric Dutch drummer Han Bennink can be dated back to 1968, perhaps earlier. Together with Brötzman's octet, they would release one of the most overwhelming albums in ...


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