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Wolfram Trio

Wolfram Trio is a group that seeks inspiration in acoustic free jazz, as well as modern contemporary improvised music. With heroes such as {{m: Albert Ayler = 3538}}, {{m: Peter Brotzman = 5331}} and {{m: Barry Guy = 7303}}, some listeners claim to recognize these roots, but still admits that the trio has managed to create their own original sound. Wolfram plays improvised music and the result often tends to be spontaneous, fearless and explosive. The band has excisted in this format since 2008, but the three members in Wolfram has been very good friends from way back. Therefore it is very fun for them to play together, as if the musical amusement should not be enough

Wolfram

Label: Va Fongool
Released: 2012
Track listing: 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10.

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PGA: Corrections

Read "Corrections" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

PGA--Norwegian bassist Fredrik Luhr Dietrichson and drummer Jan Martin Gismervik--has played together for many years as the rhythm section of Wolfram Trio, which released its self-titled debut earlier this year on the Va Fongool imprint, as well as the yet-to-record Shotgun trio (also called Gismervik Gruvedrift). On their debut as a duo, they decided to delve ...

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Wolfram Trio: Wolfram

Read "Wolfram" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Wolfram Trio is a new Norwegian outfit that adds its own version to the existing European mix of acoustic free jazz and free improvisation. The trio claims its roots in the pioneering work of saxophonists Peter Brötzmann and Evan Parker, as well as bassist Barry Guy--saxophonist Albert Ayler, even--but does not demonstrate any overt reverence to ...


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