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U-EX(perimental)

Label: Evil Rabbit Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Ballet d'action; Serene; Operation Hercules; Hold; Rondo; Conclusion; Block 3; In the mouth; Moment; Punch; Inside; Blitzfish; The weight of air; On the other side; Beach life; The mammal thing; The fog; Open your eyes!; Pow pow; Movement and variation; Aria; Conversation; Recitativo; Drugstore manager; For Albert Hofmann; The golden fish.

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Lotz / Kneer: U-EX(perimental)

Read "U-EX(perimental)" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

In 2009, Dutch flautist Mark Alban Lotz and bassist Meinrad Kneer initiated a monthly creative music series, titled U-EX(perimental), at Centraal Museum in Utrecht, presenting performances of spontaneous free improvisations. After about 120 concerts Lotz and Kneer decided to document some of these unique musical meetings in a tiny studio in Amsterdam--so tiny that there was ...

U-ex(perimental)

Label: Evil Rabbit Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: ballet d’action #1; serene #2; operation hercules #3; hold #4; rondo #5; conclusion #6; block 3 #7; in the mouth #8; moment #9; punch #10; inside #11; blitzfish #12; the weight of air #13; on the other side #14; beach life #15; the mammal thing #16; the fog #17; open your eyes #18; pow pow #19; movement and variation #20; aria #21; conversation #21; recitativo #22; drugstore manager #23; for albert hofmann #24; the golden fish #25;


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