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Peter Brötzmann / Heather Leigh: Ears Are Filled With Wonder

Read "Ears Are Filled With Wonder" reviewed by John Sharpe

Iconoclastic German reedman Peter Brötzmann has appeared in almost every conceivable combination and circumstance over the years, from the maelstrom of Last Exit to the austere horn choir of Sonore, via hook ups with almost everyone in between, counting such free jazz luminaries as Cecil Taylor, Anthony Braxton and Evan Parker. However on Ears Are Filled ...

90s Groove Volume II

Label: Sonore
Released: 2013

Independent Sounds Of Yorkshire & The Humber 4

Label: Sonore
Released: 2011


Sonore: Ukrainian Debut

Read "Sonore: Ukrainian Debut" reviewed by Alex Martynov

SonoreMaria Zankovetska Drama TheatreLviv, UkraineDecember 14, 2008This year Jazz Bez, one of the biggest jazz festivals in Ukraine, had a final episode that was a performance by one of the most radical jazz projects--Sonore: three saxophonists, each representing his own generation, his own country, his own musical ethos. The ...

Independent Innovative Creative

Label: Sonore
Released: 2006

Japanese New Music Festival - Europe Tour 1999

Label: Sonore
Released: 1999

90's Japanese Independent Musics

Label: Sonore
Released: 1998

Independent World Vol. 2

Label: Sonore
Released: 1985

Japanese And Chinese Characters

Label: Sonore
Released: 0


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