The trio of pianist Jobic Le Masson, drummer Didier Laserre and bassist Benjamin Duboc in four stretched out and understated ballads filled with subtlety and nuance.
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Catalog ID: aylCD-092
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Packaging: Cardstock Gatefold Sleeve
Recorded by Free Unfold Trio at Gael Mevel's, Abbeville-la-Riviere, France on July 9, 2009. Mixed and mastered by Benjamin Duboc and Jobic Le Masson.
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"Benjamin Duboc is a very strong voice on double bass, born 1969, studied with JF Jenny-Clark & Bernard Cazauran, and has played with many great musicians (as Ernest Dawkins, Bertrand Denzler, Roy Campbell, Jean-Luc Cappozzo, Sabir Mateen, Byard Lancaster, Daniel Erdmann, Abdelahaï Bennani, Michel Doneda, Daunik Lazro, Sunny Murray, John Betsch...). And also with Henry Grimes for a great duet in Paris. He leads the "Nuts" quintet with Itaru Oki & Rasul Siddik on trumpets, & Makoto Sato & Didier Lasserre on drums. He plays in "The fish" with Jean-Luc Guionnet on alto sax & Edward Perraud on drums (double cd on Ayler Records) and Rocks in the Sea with Mario Rechtern, Eric Zinman and Didier Lasserre. Benjamin has a beautiful and big sound, you really feel the ground while hearing him... it's somethin' ! He also is recorded on Amor Fati, Futura Marge, Creative sources, le petit label, sansbruit."-Benjamin Duboc Website (http://benjamin.duboc.free.fr/biography.htm)
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2. Les Oiseaux 8:16
3. Seulement L'air 7:26
4. Seulement L'air 5:05
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"The Free Unfold Trio ventures, and we with them, where many would instead turn round and go back : to the edge of the unknown, to secret places where an underlying depth permeates every gesture; where it feels good to lose oneself now and again. On the razor's edge, in the open air, wandering about between silence and what's unplayed. Four stretched out ballads, their melodies in dotted lines, as if diffracted, of dazzling brightness - gleaming seen as an art form."-Ayler Records
European Improv, Free Jazz & Related
Piano Trio (Piano Bass Drums)
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