Tracks: Overture; Bridge SoloKeefe; Was Ist Kultur?; My TIme Is My Own; Pasturale; There Is No Language Without Deceit; Hierarchy Follies; Round Goal; Bridege SoloDave; Neither Spin Nor Weave; Roses.
Personnel: Wacław Zimpel: clarinet, alto clarinet; Peter A. Schmid: bass clarinet, e flat clarinet, sopranino saxophone, baritone saxophone, bass saxophone; Marc Stucki: bass clarinet, tenor saxophone, harmonium); Keefe Jackson: bass clarinet, tenor saxophone; Mars Williams: sopranino saxophone, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone; Thomas K.J. Mejer: sopranino saxophone; Dave Rempis: alto saxophone, baritone saxophone.
Look Like You're Not Looking
Tracks: Look Like You're Not Looking; Stay Here, I'll Come To You.
Personnel: Jonah Parzen-Johnson: baritone saxophone, vocals, analog synthesizer.
Personnel: August Rosenbaum: piano; Thomas Morgan: bass; Mads Forsby: drums; Joel Gjærsbøl: guitar, effects layering; Jakob Bro: guitar; Lars Greve: saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet; Otis Sandsjö: saxophone; Victor Dybbroe: percussion.
Coin Coin Chapter Two: Mississippi Moonchile
Tracks: Invocation; Humility Draws Down Blue; All Nations; Twelve Sighed; Spares Of The World; Secret Coven; River Ruby Dues; Confessor Haste; Amma Jerusalem School; For This Is; Responsory; The Labor Of Their Lips; Was The Sacred Day; Lesson; Woman Red Racked; Thanks Be You; Humility Draws Down New; Benediction.
Tracks: Cold Blue Sky; Old Feet Feet Out The Path; A Sudden Shift Missed; As The Moon Dips In Nettles; Hundred Of Wings Steel the Sun; River Willows Sway; One Side Of My Face Is Colder Than The Other; Stone Fog.
Personnel: Wacław Zimpel: bass clarinet, alto clarinet, Bb clarinet, tarogato, overtone flute; Krzysztof Dys: piano; Christian Ramond: double bass; Klaus Kugel: drums, percussion.
At The Plough Stockwell
Tracks: Free Blow Segue / Ann; Just A Matter Of Time; Relative Space / What's That; Whoops A Daisy: Home / What's That.
Personnel: Robert Calvert: saxophones; Jon Corbett: trumpet; Nick Stephens: electric bass; Nigel Moyse: guitar; Martin Holder: guitar; John Stevens: drum.
Colorado At Clinton
Tracks: Devil's Side (for Javier Chavez); Shadows; Wind Streaks In Syrtis Major; Shades Of India; Constellations On The Ground (for Chris Whitley); Dokonori Shīīto.
Personnel: Dennis González: C trumpet, Bb trumpet; Aakash Mittal: alto saxophone; Aaron González: bass; Stefan González: drums;
Personnel: Paul Stapleton: bonsai sound sculpture; Simon Rose: baritone saxophone, alto saxophone.
Tracks: DragonFlys; Cerial Killer Moms; Solitary; The Art Of Poetry; Black Leather & Connies; The Revolution; Flux.
Personnel: Albey Balgochian: bass, vocals; Jane Grenier B.: spoken word.
Beyond The Lines
Tracks: Vogio Una Donna; Celtico; River Spirit; Freak In Freak Out; The Clockwork; Bale Con La Uno; The Judge Says You Are Not Innocent; Days of Old; The Lost Call; The South Song; The Easy Whistler.
Personnel: Personnel: Ratko Zjaca: guitars; Simone Zanchini: accordion; Martin Gjakonovski: bass; Adam Nussbaum: drums.
Tracks: Onnellinen; Shallow Water; I Thank You Jesus; Nighty Night; Francis P; Indian Red; Rain Rain Rain; Meniscus; Wizards; Israfil; Indians; Don't Stand Up; Zubr Dubr.
Personnel: Tom Challenger: saxophone, clarinet; George Crowley: saxophone, clarinet; Dan Nicholls: bass clarinet, saxophone; Rory Simmons: trumpet; Alex Bonney: trumpet; Nathaniel Cross: trombone; Theon Cross: tuba; John Blease: drums, percussion.
Tracks: Part One (Invitation); Part Two; Part Three; Part Four; Part Five; Part Six; Part Seven (slow); Part Seven (medium); Part Seven (fast); Part Eight; Part Nine; Part Ten; Part Eleven; Part Twelve (Universal Mother).
I love jazz because, even after many years as a professional performer, teacher and author on the subject, this music still possesses the element of deep mystery and surprise. I recently heard somebody say that if you can explain something, you take the mystery out of it
I love jazz because, even after many years as a professional performer, teacher and author on the subject, this music still possesses the element of deep mystery and surprise. I recently heard somebody say that if you can explain something, you take the mystery out of it. Not in this case! It seems that with every explanation, new questions arise exponentially! It's like the universe is constantly inviting (challenging) you to grow musically.