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Raymond Strid

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Born Stockholm, 1956; drums, percussion. Raymond Strid started to play the drums relatively late. As he had become addicted to listening to music, sometimes spending eight ours a day in front of the stereo, he was encouraged to start playing himself (and to this day, he is still a dedicated listener and audiophile). With no musical background he thought the drums would be the easiest instrument to learn. He was particularly inspired by some of the European master drummers like Han Bennink, Paul Lytton and Tony Oxley. Strid's first concert was 30 September 1977 and he subsequently performed in a variety of local groups in Stockholm

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The Knapsack, The Hat, and The Horn

Label: Gotta Let It Out
Released: 2024
Track listing: Hörnlein; Ouvertüre; Sack; Ranzen; Hütlein; Knap; Hathörn; Als Cowboy Verkleidet; Koda.

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Westgaard / Hernandez / Strid: The Knapsack, The Hat, and The Horn

Read "The Knapsack, The Hat, and The Horn" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


The Knapsack, The Hat, and The Horn is a compelling exploration of free improvisation and acoustic sounds. The album, recorded in a single day in Gävle, Sweden, features Hein Westgaard on acoustic steel string guitar, Katt Hernandez on violin and Raymond Strid on drums. It dives into a rich soundscape that merges elements of hypnotic folk ...

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Trespass Trio featuring Susana Santos Silva: Live In Oslo

Read "Live In Oslo" reviewed by John Sharpe


Although Swedish saxophonist Martin Küchen is the toast of festival-goers across Europe for the variously sized Angles ensembles he fronts, which revel in sometimes exuberant, sometimes heart-rending riff-fuelled anthems, he also pursues somewhat more somber strands of expression. One involves the sort of adventurous sonic explorations heard on Animal Quotes (Relative Pitch, 2022). But ...

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Trespass Trio featuring Susana Santos Silva: Live in Oslo

Read "Live in Oslo" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Adding Portuguese trumpeter Susana Santos Silva to Swedish saxophonist Martin Küchen's Trespass Trio for the 2018 Blowout Festival in Oslo, Norway was “a no-brainer." The inclusion of her trumpet, which features in ensembles led by Mats Gustafsson, Fred Frith, and Torbjörn Zetterberg, to name but a few, requires little or no thought. It is as if ...

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Live in Oslo

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: A Desert on Fire, a Forest; The Spirit of Pitesti; A Different Koko; Sounds & Ruins; In Tears.

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Live In Oslo

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: A Desert On Fire, A Forest; The Spirit Of Pitesti; A Different Koko; Sounds & Ruins; In Tears.

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Bagman Live At Cafe Oto

Label: 577 Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Bagcut; Cutbag; Catbug; Bugcat.

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Pat Thomas: Bagman Live At Cafe Oto

Read "Bagman Live At Cafe Oto" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Cacophony! Cataclysm! Clamor! Construction! Reconstruction! Deconstruction! These are some of the signposts that lie ahead while listening to the relentless siege of Bagman Live at Cafe Oto. The sonic destroyer, British pianist Pat Thomas—who at age 60 is beginning to cut a wider swath through the free jazz world then ever before— spearheads fellow ...

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Sture Ericson / Pat Thomas / Raymond Strid: Bagman Live At Cafe Oto

Read "Bagman Live At Cafe Oto" reviewed by John Sharpe


An improvised set from London's Cafe Oto in 2019 by an Anglo/Swedish trio brings together the piano and electronics of Pat Thomas (Derek Bailey's Company, Blacktop, Shifa), the saxophones of Sture Ericson (Position Alpha, The Electrics) and drums of Raymond Strid (Gush, Tarfala Trio, Barry Guy New Orchestra). After years of familiarity they united under the ...


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