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The Moat Recordings

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Released: 2007
Track listing: CD 1 01. Orchard - 11:27; 02. Condensation - 8:50; 03. Crookesmoor - 16:49; 04. Campo - 6:51; 05. Fermata - 11:41; 06. Radio Bossa - 8:01; 07. Mappin - 4:56. CD 2 01. Holderness - 12:47; 02. Cord - 9:53; 03. Tenter - 8:20; 04. Edinburgh - 12:10; 05. Cortical - 10:20; 06. Chiuso - 4:56; 07. From Bar Seven - 11:40; 08. Matilda - 2:48.

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Joseph Holbrooke Trio: The Moat Recordings

Read "The Moat Recordings" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il trio composto dal chitarrista Derek Bailey con Gavin Bryars al contrabbasso e Tony Oxley alla batteria è uno dei grandi “miti" dell'improvvisazione, mito che affonda le sue radici negli anni Sessanta, quando i tre musicisti fecero evolvere la propria musica da un jazz armonico/modale verso forme di improvvisazione più libera. Di quegli anni ci resta ...

The Moat Recordings

Label: Tzadik
Released: 2006
Track listing: CD1: Orchard; Condensation; Crookesmoor; Campo; Fermata; Radio Bossa; Mappin. CD2: Holderness; Cord; Tenter; Edinburgh; Cortical; Chiuso; From Bar Seven; Matilda.

The Moat Recordings

Label: Tzadik
Released: 2006
Track listing: CD1: Orchard; Condensation; Crookesmoor; Campo; Fermata; Radio Bossa; Mappin. CD2: Holderness; Cord; Tenter; Edinburgh; Cortical; Chiuso; From Bar Seven; Matilda.

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Joseph Holbrooke Trio: The Moat Recordings

Read "The Moat Recordings" reviewed by Marc Medwin

May is Derek Bailey memorial month at The Stone. It's fitting, then, that these Joseph Holbrooke recordings emerge now, as we mourn the fact that Bailey isn't physically with us anymore. The notes indicate that he was involved in the choice of material up to the end, happy that it was finally going to be released ...

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Joseph Holbrooke Trio: The Moat Recordings

Read "The Moat Recordings" reviewed by Alex T.

The Moat Recordings fills in a gap in the story of free improvised music. Bassist Gavin Bryars, drummer Tony Oxley and guitarist Derek Bailey (who passed away in December 2005) met in Sheffield, England in the mid-'60s and started out stretching the limits of modal jazz toward freer forms of musical expression, increasingly moving away from ...


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