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The London Concert

Label: Psi
Released: 2006
Track listing: First half solo; Part 1; 1A; 2; 2A; Second half solos; Part 3; 4.

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Derek Bailey / Evan Parker: The London Concert

Read "The London Concert" reviewed by AAJ Staff


By Ken Waxman The London Concert, recorded in the mid-'70s, is a historical document which preserves mature manifestations of Bailey's sound, which continues to shape British improv. The Psi reissue adds thirty-odd minutes to the previously released 1975 LP version on the Incus label, boosting its length to more than 69 minutes. Still in their honeymoon ...

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Derek Bailey / Evan Parker: The London Concert

Read "The London Concert" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


"I suoni che produce volano come farfalle"... (Min Tanaka). La creativita' di Derek Bailey pare meglio rappresentata dalle parole di un noto danzatore butoh - che con il chitarrista ha condiviso brevi, ma significativi, tratti del suo percorso terreno in ambito performativo - piuttosto che da uno dei tanti ricordi post - mortem. Testimonianza ancor piu' ...

Album

The London Concert

Label: Psi
Released: 2005
Track listing: First half solo; Part 1; Part 1A; Part 2; Part 2A; Second Half solos; Part 3; Part 4.

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The London Concert

Label: Fuzzy Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: Intro Applause; Heart of Darkness; Band Intro; Or Come Fog; Five Bars; Spot That Man; Don Alias Intro; What is This Thing Called Love

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Derek Bailey & Evan Parker: The London Concert

Read "The London Concert" reviewed by John Eyles


"Historic" is a very overused word in many contexts, so much so that it is devalued and I am loath to use it here. Nonetheless, it fits this release perfectly. Consider the facts: Derek Bailey and Evan Parker are without doubt the two most prolific, influential, and renowned improv players in the history of the music. ...

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Don Grolnick Group: The London Concert

Read "The London Concert" reviewed by John Kelman


When Don Grolnick passed away in '96 at the age of 48, the music world lost a figure perhaps better known to his peers than a larger fan base. And yet, while you may not recognize the name, if you've listened to Steely Dan, Paul Simon, Michael Brecker, John Scofield and, in particular James Taylor, for ...

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The London Concert

Label: Fuzzy Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1. Intro applause 2. Heart of Darkness 3. Band intro. 4. Or Come Fog 5. Five Bars 6. Spot That Man 7. Don Alias intro 8. What Is This Thing Called Love

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Don Grolnick Group: The London Concert

Read "The London Concert" reviewed by David Adler


Until his death from lymphoma in 1996 at age 48, pianist Don Grolnick made his living in both the jazz and pop worlds. He worked so extensively with the likes of James Taylor and Steely Dan that he had little time to pursue his own brilliant jazz playing and writing. But thank goodness he managed to ...

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The London Concert

Label: JJ-Tracks
Released: 1995


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